On the other hand, the parents of the anti-vaccine movement do not vaccinate their children, while others choose the alternative vaccination schedule. Alternative schedules are likely to add a possible time of exposure to the viruses, “this increases the risks to the
Some believe that the virus that is being vaccinated against is alive in the vaccines, while others just have personal beliefs. Parents will let their unvaccinated child be treated for a brain infection, that was caused by a preventable disease, with weeks of IV antibiotics, yet still say no to vaccinations. If a parent did not provide their child with the right medical attention for a broken bone, child protective services would most likely apprehend the child and the parent could be charged with negligence. Many people have double standards when it comes to vaccinations and medical treatment. There is a very common misconception that vaccinations are optional.
A huge belief I have as to why these parents are not vaccinating is that they are not realizing the detrimental effects that measles had on children back when vaccines were not invented. The idea of childhood and infancy death is purposely being ignored because it is not relevant to this time period. Unvaccinated children are evidently more prone to catch and spread disease which is why this idea of not vaccinating children is unethical. Parents who refuse to vaccinate their children are making their children more susceptible these deadly diseases. This not only affects their children but children around them too.
How would you feel if you discovered that doctors were pushing flu vaccinations on patients just for financial reasons? That, along with many other, is one good point Claire Dowskin brings up in her article “The Truth Behind Flu Shot Mandates for Healthcare Workers”. In some hospitals flu vaccination funding for employees is out of the funding, and in some hospitals, will fire, or not hire, people if they have not, or refuse to receive a flu vaccination, wearing a mask is not even acceptable. Seeing how strict and forceful some hospitals are about flu vaccines would make one think they act this way for a payout for the vaccine distributers. Another way to look at this is how unethical mandatory vaccines are.
Unfortunately, the anti-vaccination movement is becoming increasingly popular due to individuals’ unfounded fears and imagined consequences associated with the idea of purposely inserting a disease into one’s body. However, despite one’s beliefs, vaccines are essential not only to a person’s well-being, but to the health of those around them. Mandatory vaccinations do not cause autism; rather, they save lives while upholding values of
What is the butterfly effect? The butterfly effect is a phenomenon whereby a minute complex system can have large effects elsewhere else. What would be the effects be if Planned Parenthood stopped getting their funding from the government? The reason people want to defund it is for the mere fact that Planned Parenthood does abortions and is federally funded by the government. People have religious reasons and personal reasons for not wanting Planned Parenthood funded.
Vaccines are injections given to provide immunity against a variety of diseases. They are designed to build your immunity without inducing the disease they are targeted for. For many years, there were a small number of vaccines available. In the past 10 years, this number has become much greater, creating concern in parents. In recent years, there have been vaccination bills introduced to end the ability for Americans to not vaccinate their children or themselves.
Vaccinations can simply save lives. It gets the immune system stronger to prevent viruses to affect our body. Vaccines do not make the body sick. Although, they do put a tiny dose of the disease in the person to strengthen the immune system to prevent an attack of a stronger dose of the disease. It is better to not have to deal with the disease at all than trying to deal with it after you
It does seem like murder and it does seem wrong, but sometimes things aren’t always what they seem. Meanwhile some people could be taking advantage of it, others seriously need it. It could be because of a case of incest or rape or in some cases where birth may be harmful to the mother. Yes, yes, I know; the baby isn’t the one who committed the crime. But how would you feel if every day you had to get up and take care of a child that was forced upon you?
Vaccinations have been promoted since 1781, vaccinations are injected for Americans to maintain a healthy life and not become ill due to disease caused from measles, mumps, polio and several other diseases. However, there are those that do not agree with getting their children vaccinated due to religious beliefs and there are some people believe vaccinations can cause birth defects. Although, those are their beliefs; however there are those that enter our nation without being vaccinated and it is ultimately putting our children at risk for contracting various diseases, for example the Disneyland measles outbreak of 2014.
People are using drugs either because they are depressed, in pain, or have a struggle they don’t want to face. Because these drugs are so addictive, people need money and resources to break the habit. This epidemic is a major social problem. Trump talks about how he wants to bring back Nancy Reagan’s idea about the “Just say no”program.
Vaccination of 20% of children would reduce the total number of influenza cases in the US by 46%; 80% coverage would reduce the total number of cases by 91%. Similar reductions were estimated to occur in influenza-related mortality and economic costs. Why Some Parents Are Against It A number of parents fear the government forcing them to vaccinate their children. These parents are anti-vaccine for a variety of reasons.
Donna Bradshaw says, “the more immunity we have in a community the better it is.” (Frontline: The Vaccine War. 45:56-45:59.) Bradshaw is saying that if every American gets vaccinated then infections from spreading could be stopped and a lot of lives could be potentially saved. The past has shown that vaccines have helped eradicate many diseases such as; poliomyelitis.
However, the anti-vax lobbies and groups believe that the “risks of vaccine outweigh the benefits, despite what science says” Mrs Suthers said.. “They have a strong belief that the pharma industry or the government is out to get them” she added. Ms Stephanie Messenger talks of her concerns of vaccinating children in her recent book “Melanie’s Marvellous