Why we need to vaccinate
Vaccinations don’t just help individuals they help everyone in society. If more and more people decide not to vaccinate, people will become sick. Vaccinations teach the body to recognize disease and stimulate body to fight antigens and pathogens. After receiving a vaccine your body builds an adaptive immune response.
*getting the vaccines with complications outweigh the risk of contracting the disease
- low-grade fever
- fever. headache
- pain, swelling, redness
- People have been vaccinating their children since the 18th century, why are people trying to change that now?
- childhood vaccines are 85%-95& effective, 0% effective if you don’t receive the vaccine.
Vaccines cause autism- false
Truth- there is no relationship between autism and vaccines, autism is already developed before the child is born.
Myth– vaccine schedule is too aggressive / Truth- Vaccination schedule determined by decades of medical evidence
Myth- vaccinations cause diseases they are made to prevent/ Truth- vaccinations stimulate the immune system and produce antibodies to protect us from the disease.
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