I Believe Children Should Be Vaccinated

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    i did get vaccinated today in school.

    i do not like needels but mummy said i had to take it
    sofiajon sofiajon
    13-15, F
    Dec 15, 2015

    another interesting one to spread around please,

    if you come across a numpty out there who doesn't have enough common sense to vaccinate their children: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/feb/10/listen-roald-dahl-not-jenny-mccarthy-vaccinate-children-measles?CMP=fb_gu
    jahosijhs jahosijhs
    26-30, M
    1 Response Feb 10, 2015

    Yes, But...

    Vaccines need to be cleaned up.  Take the poison out.  Why do they have to put mercury in them, and when they take the mercury out they replace it with aluminum....Toxic to adults.  Infants have smaller livers. 
    36-40, F
    16 Responses Apr 11, 2009

    I Think It Is Important To Protect Babies Against Diseases

    there has been much debate again over vaccinations ... I have heard bad things about the tripple antigen vaccination drug in Australia causing autism etc and that is risky. but I was not vaccinated as a child because at 1-2 months I got a bad case of whooping cough and it took a...
    czaristacrystals czaristacrystals
    36-40, F
    Jun 11, 2011

    Vaccines are created

    so that children's immune systems are strengthened. Ever see what the measles does to an unprotected child? I have. If you can avoid it there's no doubt you should!!!
    picklebobble picklebobble
    51-55, M
    Feb 2, 2015

    They Really Should

    because when you don`t you put not only their lives at risk but other kids in danger.as well as adults.i know their is concern about threr safety,but the risk of not vaccienating is much,much grater.
    ghostofmyself ghostofmyself
    1 Response Apr 13, 2009

    I read a comment from someone saying

    that she had never had a shot, and when She told her friends they freaked out. She then went on to say that their freak out wasn't needed, they were protected by the vaccinations, right? Yes, they are for the most part. But that doesn't mean they cannot get sick. And that doesn...
    Ginkofishin Ginkofishin
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Jul 7, 2015

    One excuse I heard to not vaccinate your

    children is, "The diseases they vaccinate against are obscure." Well, DUH! Diseases they vaccinate against are obscure BECAUSE of vaccines.
    gingershuman gingershuman
    41-45, M
    Sep 25, 2014

    Yes they should be. The vaccinations have shown

    to be effective against the diseases they are supposed to prevent; that's why cases of them resurfacing is cause for concern. There are two main phenomenon present when it comes to fears of a supposed "link" to autism: Anecdotal evidence and bad risk assessment. Not science...
    Ewashere Ewashere
    18-21, M
    May 1, 2015

    Measles Outbreak In Maryland

    There is a Measles outbreak in Maryland, USA right now.  One of the treating physicians went on the news and said, "This disease is 100% preventable if people are vaccinate and parents ensure their children are vaccinated."
    NoGodsNoMasters NoGodsNoMasters
    31-35, F
    Apr 14, 2009

    I hate when people don't vaccinate themselves

    and their children. I mean come on. It's enraging. First of all, you're endangering yourself and your children. But second, you're not only endangering yourself. You threaten the herd immunity. When the numbers of you grow high enough to screw up the proportion of immunized to...
    BroguesAndJeans BroguesAndJeans
    16-17, F
    Jan 26, 2015

    Important Resources

    Vaccinating your children should be one of those no-brain-er decisions unless there is a allergy to one of the ingredients within the vaccine.  Even then the benefit should be weighed against the risks.  I am no doctor just a mother.  I have included a...
    NoGodsNoMasters NoGodsNoMasters
    31-35, F
    14 Responses Apr 11, 2009

    Dear anti-vaxers: I appreciate your desire to

    make decisions for your children without the intervention of the government. Have you considered the population which does not make informed decisions, but only does what they have to do, by law? They don't do what they believe is best for their child based on the information at...
    Regrets472 Regrets472
    31-35, F
    Feb 2, 2015
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