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    Vaccine Coverage

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    Coverage in the Population Annually, immunization saves approximately three million lives worldwide from preventable illnesses (ABS, 2006). However, there are 22.6 million infants that are at risk of not survive past childhood as they cannot access vaccination. Immunization plays a crucial part in strengthening the immunity of young children as they usually have weak immune systems. Also, some immunizations usually provide a lifelong protecting against the disease targeted. The vaccine coverage…

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    not to vaccinate your child. Vaccination is the method we have used for years, to prevent diseases. Vaccinations help us prevent epidemic outbreaks. The center of disease control recommends getting 28 doses of 10 shots from the time you are newborn until age 6. Currently there are no laws saying that you have to get vaccinated. All 50 states require you to be vaccinated before entering a public school, most states will offer a medical or religious exemption. Vaccinations are safe and one of the…

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    Mandatory Vaccination Cons

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    Vaccinations, a mandatory process all kids need to complete in order to stay in schools. While there are laws that mandate the need for vaccinations, there are those who oppose them. Lately there has been a real uproar about vaccinations, making them seem controversial; like it infringes on their rights and how the vaccinations are just for profit and their main driving force creates autism and or permanent damages in children. Given these counter clams I believe they miss the point of why…

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    vaccinate children. An article by Health Affairs titled Confidence about vaccines in the United States: understanding parents’ perceptions states that the last ten years raised many controversies powered by parents using social media on whether to be pro or con vaccines. The article also names some of the valid concerns and questions parents have. The article names a few of those concerns like; “the best number of injections to be administered during a single visit” or what is considered safe…

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    Benefits Of Vaccination

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    This all could have been avoided if the parent would have had their child vaccinated. Vaccinations are what keep diseases…

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    Getting your vaccinations is almost a routine in most of our lives. At each birthday receiving particular vaccinations is required. Vaccinations maintain serious disease outbreaks from happening and keep the lives of Americans healthy. What comes as a shocker is that some Americans do not believe in vaccinating themselves or their children. According to Jane Fullerton Lemons, there is scientific evidence that vaccinations prevent deadly diseases from entering our body. Research published by…

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    The debate over whether people should receive vaccinations has been around for a long time. Public resistance to vaccinations has occurred for as long as vaccinations have been available. People who are opposed to vaccines worry that they cause health issues in individuals, especially children. Medical professionals worldwide, however, agree that vaccinations are safe, effective, and necessary. A vaccine is a substance used to create antibodies and boost the immune system against certain…

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    million children from preventable diseases every year” (Pg. 4). Although there are a few cons to getting your children vaccinated, the pros outweigh the cons with flying colors. Almost all of the disadvantages, such as vaccines causing autism, ADD, and IBS, have been scientifically proven to have no correlation. All children should be required to have vaccinations to be able to attend public schools or daycares. A vaccine is a substance that is injected into a person’s body to stimulate the…

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    Getting to the Point of the Matter Recent outbreaks of measles and whooping cough have brought the vaccination controversy to the forefront. The United States has never had a mandatory vaccination policy in effect. Each state has its own immunization policies which the states govern and regulate. All 50 states do require up-to-date vaccines to attend public schools, including many colleges and universities. There are, however, some exemptions granted, although, the governing of those…

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    Vaccines Pros And Cons

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    “From 1923 to 1953 before the vaccine was introduces the polio death rate in the united states and England had already declines on its own by 47 to 55 percent. From 1953 when the dead vaccine was introduced, to 1963 when the live vaccine was introduced the death rate decreased from 55 to 20 percent in the united states in ten years. The death rate of the disease decreased thirty five percent in ten years after a vaccine was introduced, whereas it decreased forty five percent in twenty years…

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