Vaccination Benefits

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Everyday, our health is what matters to us. We either feel up and ready or down and weak. However, there are ways to prevent ourselves from feeling ill. People have different mindsets in what they believe in when it comes down to sickness; natural healing or vaccinations. But most of all, what are vaccinations? Is it something that can help save people or is it a threat in which there are more consequences to come? With this intention, people should think twice about putting their lives into vaccinations.

Considering the question being asked in the beginning, what exactly is a vaccination? According to MedicineNet, vaccination is an “injection of a killed microbe in order to stimulate the immune system against the microbe, thereby preventing disease. Vaccinations, or immunizations, work by stimulating the immune system, the natural disease-fighting system of the body.” Although this world-renown definition sounds convincing, the definition itself contradicts the importance of the immune system; “natural disease-fighting system.” Rather, the function of vaccinations disrupts the purpose of what the immune system can do to the human body. Those who receive vaccinations are more prone to getting ill. In this case, the person
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As in today’s society, “all 50 states require vaccinations for children entering public schools even though no mandatory federal vaccination laws exist” says CDC. If vaccinations are a requirement, then why not make it a law? Well, this contradicts the bill of rights of having the freedom of speech. Not everyone are vaccination lovers, yet they still choose to take it when they feel socially pressured to do it. Culturally, people will follow others if it looks like majority of them are doing the action. Any physician who threatens people or show any negative attitude towards a patient should be dismissed due to their unethical

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