Why do we find it so important to vaccinate our kids & give them booster shots, but as adults we never go & get them for ourselves?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:14 PM on Mar. 19, 2009 in General Parenting
This is one of the many issues I have with vaccinations. NONE of them are good for life. So we are not allowing our children to build a natural immunity to thes illnesses and then as adults our bodies have no immunity to them and we rarely are kept up on our adult vaccinations. Chickenpox for example, is a simple, yet annoying, illness for a child. - As an adult it's deadly. But the vaccinations are only good for up to 7 years. So even if you keep your child up to date their entire childhood they are mostlikely not going to keep up with them as an adult and are now in real danger of dieing from something that would have been a minor illness as a child...
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