Being a part of a family that believes in vaccination, I also grew to believe it. Now that I am old enough to understand what it is and can find more reasons as to why we should have it. It made more a believer, that all children should be vaccinated. Children deserve to be safe and healthy. We are all entitled to our opinions, but there are many facts out there that can tell us reasons why vaccines are good for us. I think getting vaccinated would help many people in so many ways. I heard many arguments about vaccines and most of them are positive arguments. If I were to become a parent, I would definitely have my kid get vaccinated because I want my kid to be healthy and free from any illnesses that could come. This is my reason and belief of why people should get vaccinated. Although I believe children should get vaccinated, many believe that they should not. Some people are against it for various reasons. One …show more content…
After further research I was able to gain a better understanding of the good things that vaccines can give people. In one of my research I found more reason why vaccines are good for children and what type of vaccines children should have in schools. School-age children, from preschoolers to college students, need vaccines. Making sure that children receive all their vaccinations on time is one of the most important things you can do as a parent to ensure your children 's long-term health—as well as the health of friends, classmates, and others in your community. Flu vaccines are recommended for kids in preschool and elementary school to help keep them healthy. In fact, all children 6 months and older should get flu vaccines. Preteens and teens need vaccines, too! As kids get older, they are still at risk for certain diseases. Before heading back to school, three vaccines are recommended for 11-12 year olds—HPV, Tdap, and meningococcal conjugate vaccine—for continued protection (School Starts
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I picked vaccinations because I like reading articles about vaccinations and how everything is done or what vaccinations help every different type of diseases and cold to help people. Everybody has their own opinions, I'm showing my point too y'all and helping y'all learn about vaccinations. I support vaccinations and how they help kids because if they're were no vaccinations then it would be a lot of unsecured diseases and some diseases that could kill the whole world and grow and mutate. Every school is recommended to have kids too take flu shots or send their recent vaccinations shot up too date too let them know, that your not caring anything and your healthy.
Dear Editor, it is very important for all human beings to be properly vaccinated. Kids should be vaccinated because their immune systems are at a higher risk of getting sick. Teens should be vaccinated because they’re starting to get into the real world and realizing that there’s things out there that they don’t want to get. Adults should get vaccinated because they don’t want to pass it to their love ones. Kids should be properly vaccinated because they’re so young and they’re easy to get sick.
To begin with, I honestly didn’t know the importance of vaccination. After watching Calling The Shots, I truly believe that vaccines can save many lives and prevent a lot of diseases. I am now aware of the epidemics that are surfacing the air. It is mind-boggling that many of these diseases, travel in the air and anyone can be affected if they are not shielded. It is better to be safe than sorry.
Almost every child I know has been vaccinated because of school. All fifty states require vaccinations for children entering public schools. Schools have these requirements because they want to not only help the child with the vaccine but also the kids around you.
I agree with you 100 percent about children getting vaccinated. I 'm the mother of a 4 year old little girl who has always been vaccinated from day one of birth and thank goodness has never had any bad side effects from her vaccinations and I even get her a flu shot every flu season. And I like knowing that if she did have any complications I would want to know that if nothing else that my daughters medical bills would be taken care of. And i always found the information about the vaccinations and all the pros and cons are very helpful and easy to read. I think that the national childhood vaccine injury act is a good thing
It is important for all people to be vaccinated to protect themselves from contracting communicable diseases, from spreading these diseases, and from the high cost of treating these preventable diseases. It would make sense to do so. No one wants to contract diseases, or be laid up if they can prevent it. Getting vaccinated will prevent anyone from spreading contracted diseases to others. It can also be very costly when trying to treating a communicable disease that could have been prevented with a vaccine.
Immunizations can save a child’s life; due to the medical advances that have taken place, kids are now protected from many illness/ diseases. At one point in time, Polio was a horrible illness that is now preventable by simply receiving a shot (USDHHS, n.d.). Immunizations protect not only the individual receiving the vaccination, but others as well. Certain individuals are not suitable for specific vaccinations, therefore, if everyone else has the vaccination, the people who cannot are more likely to be safe from the illness (USDHHS, n.d). Generally, immunizations are safe, effective, cheaper in the long run, and can save families time.
I think that mandatory vaccinations are vital for a reason. We mostly get these shots in attempt to prevent illnesses and sometimes it is necessary to get these vaccinations before attending school. I think that the vaccinations should be mandatory for little children because they are the ones who are mostly exposed to unsanitary conditions within the public. Since children are not fully developed, a disease might trigger their immune system and cause further complications. An adult would be affected by it too, but the consequences are more harmful towards minors.
Children are the future. That is why it is important for them to receive the best healthcare as possible. However, there are some questions as to what is included in the best healthcare, including whether or not it is safe for children to be vaccinated. Questions arose when an article was published with alarming results that indicated vaccines could be the cause of autism in children. The disputed article lead to many anti-vaccine movements.
Required Immunity Mandatory vaccinations for children in public schools have been the center of much debate since laws were first developed to regulate immunization. Fears from parents about side effects and adverse reactions have steered many away from wanting to vaccinate their children despite the numerous infectious diseases they prevent. These debates have gotten in the way of progression in schools for preventing the spread of disease. To me, the risks of not vaccinating children are far greater than the risks of adverse reactions.
I do believe that Vaccinations should be required because of my personal experiences with vaccinations. While I was a young child many of the vaccinations really helped me strengthen my immune system. I believe that it depends on the type of vaccination if it should be required or not. There is fear and controversy in this because the faith the people put into the government and the medical field. I will go into more details on why or why not we should be required to have vaccinations.
According to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Education Center, every year in the United States around 700 children (younger than 5 years old) got meningitis, 17,000 had infected bloodstream, and 71,000 got pneumonia from pneumococcus. Despite the parents’ fear of letting their children get vaccinated, they are vital to a child’s - and everyone else’s - healthy life. Everyone should be required to get the basic immunizations because vaccines can protect weakened immune systems from uncommon infections and lower the risk of people catching common infections. As well as keep it safe for people to travel international without the worry of becoming sick.
The parents think they are doing good for their children but they are decreasing the chances of their child surviving of sicknesses it also helps the virus from spreading because all they would all be immune to if all parents agreed with it. Doctors say they should get vaccinated to save life’s and they tell the parents that it is safe because the reason some parents don’t want their kids to get vaccinated because they don’t think it is safe.
Do you know why it is important to get children, teens, and adults vaccinated? Well I’ll let you know why it is important. The first reason why to get vaccinated is because you have a less likely chance to catch a disease. The second reason why it is important to get vaccinated is because a disease can turn into a worldwide epidemic. The last and third reason is so you can maintain a healthy life.