Why Vaccinations? Pros and Cons Of Vaccinations to Your Child

Why Vaccinations? Pros and Cons Of Vaccinations to Your Child

  To Vaccinate or not to, Mothers …that’s the Question? Not anymore! If you are struggling with the pros and cons of Vaccinations, here are a few good thoughts. 3 Million Lives are saved worldwide each year by Vaccines – which in effect means that 45 Billion Dollars of future healthcare costs were saved by preempting these diseases. A case in point Smallpox has been completely eradicated and polio is on the threshold of being eradicated by vaccination and early interventions. According to WHO (World Health Organization), “The two public health interventions that have had the greatest impact on the world’s health are clean water and vaccines” I am sure as a concerned parent, you wouldn’t want your children to be a part of this statistic – that, 1.5 Million Children die annually from Vaccination Preventable Diseases. At the heart of the debate are parents at both sides of the argument wanting the same thing, they want their children safe. Away from the concerns of corporate interests of big Pharma companies, should we risk the lives of our children based on a few arguments? Vaccination refusals were largely to be blamed 2010 break of whooping cough in USA! Such was the case with measles and mumps.  Measles is one of the most contagious diseases in the world and a small shot can save you from future complications! So here is the real scoop… A Little History First: Edward Jenner – An English scientist is known as the father of immunology discovered the smallpox vaccine which is the only effective preventive treatment of the fatal smallpox disease. He coined the term...