Harmful invaders can take over the immune system and make one sick. Although, vaccinations are available to make the body resistant to cell intruders. When given a vaccine, a weakened or dead version of the disease will be injected into the body. This will potentially spark a slight illness in order to make cells impervious to the sickness the next time it enters the immune system. Whether or not infants, children, teenagers, and even adults should be vaccinated is an extremely controversial matter; however, they are necessary in certain situations, such as attending public school.
According to CDC, or Center of Disease Control, vaccines have reduced and, in some cases, eliminated many diseases that killed or severely disabled people just a few generations ago. Being vaccinated is very important and very effective. Children should have to be vaccinated, especially when it could cause such a huge impact on others if they do not. The cost of the vaccines are just a small price to pay for the prevention of future illnesses and diseases. It should be a moral and legal obligation to vaccinate all children.
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 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.
Learning about vaccinations and their correlations this past week reminded me of a high school class I had long ago. There was a unit on eugenetics in the eighth grade where my teacher Mr. Howk showed us the movie Gattaca. Gattaca exists in a fictional world where parents can choose what traits they want their children to have and scientists can alter the zygote so that can happen. Mr. Howk explained that this would be the greatest thing scientists could achieve, if this were to become real. “We could get rid of mental and physical disorders while children are still in the womb!
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.
In the first article I read listed the vaccine laws for all fifty states, and the pros and cons of making it mandatory for every to get certain vaccines. Some of the pros where saving parents money in the long run if the child contracts an illness there is a vaccine for, they protect unborn children is a mother has gotten these vaccines, and they can save children’s lives. Come of the cons are there are ingredients that are morally wrong in some cultures, the Sid effects of these vaccines can have serious of fatal side effects, and some vaccines have harmful ingredients. There is a lot of concern among parents and schools because if student are going to school with another student who is not vaccinated there can be an outbreak of a certain
There are numerous evidences present in the literature to support the usefulness of vaccination for the treatment of viral infections such as Polio, Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Small Pox (Public Health Agency of Canada, 2013). A person is given a shot once for these diseases and seldom need another shot. Health agencies are now able to make statement such as the eradication of Small Pox, Polio and Measles (College of Phycisian of Philadelphia, 2015). The efforts toward polio and measles eradication in the Americas have been possible only mainly because there was a very high level of political commitment and collaboration among governments of the region (Knobler, Lederberg, & Pray, 2002).
When I was six years old, my mom asked me, how about eating a hamburger outside? and I answered “Yes!” and went out with her. But instead I went to a public health center, not fast food restaurant and got vaccinated. It was very painful and I cried. Many people may have an experience like me.
Colorado Children require vaccinations for schools Injecting diseases in children in order to prevent diseases. Though it sounds bad; It immensely beneficial. Vaccination had it expunged specific life threatening diseases that affected and killed thousands of people and people will never have to treat these life threatening diseases again. Colorado require all parents to vaccinate their children but, there are an increasing amount of parents who exempt their child from the vaccines. Their are 3 types of exemptions of vaccinations; medical, religious, and philosophical reasons.
In the news we often here about children who are suffering from disease and illness that take the lives of many at an early age. Disease among little ones can spread quickly as children can also be called mini Petri dishes. Bacteria and viruses spread fast among children. How can we lose young lives when vaccinations are made possible for all? The CDC provides a vaccination for almost every childhood disease known to man.