Pros And Cons Of Vaccination

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Vaccinations for Children It has been a topic of discussion for many years, on whether or not children should get vaccinated. Vaccination shots are injection used to kill or weaken the body’s immune system in order to fight back deadly disease. Immunizations are typically given to children and infants during their early life stage. There are many different types of vaccination that medical researchers use and can affect one individual. Vaccines have impacted the world in many ways, both in positive and negative ways. Whether it is from treating diseases to stopping world wide spread epidemics. Vaccines were first introduced into the world by Edward Jenner in 1796. His successful method quickly went widespread; it included him using “cowpox material to create immunity to smallpox”. Because of this method going underway, it allowed…show more content…
For example, when a flu shot is given, a small dosage of the flu is injected into the patient. With that happening, there is a small percentage of the patient getting sick from the actual flu. There are symptoms that come with getting a flu shot. The patient may get a low-grade fever, muscle aches, and other milder symptoms for about a few days. The flu shot may take a few weeks to become completely effective. Another reason why some do not get the yearly flu shot is because it seems as if the flu shot is similar to the annual cold that comes around every year. Every year, approximately 36,000 people die every year due to the flu. Medical workers are trying to ensure that number decrease in the next 5 years. How they plan on working on that is by recommending flu shots to everyone and anyone. Although only 85% of the world’s children get their annual vaccination, workers are still trying to make sure that percentage can increase to 15% one day in the future. Study done

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