I've noticed in some people's signatures that they say something about always immunizing or something else that sounds proud of immunizing. Why would that be so important to someone that they would want to put it in their signature?
If you understand immunizations you would know that they are good for the population and not necessarily good for the individual. The public health goals are for a certain percentage of the population to be immunized. For an individual infant, depending on the family's situation, it may be in the baby's best interest to change the recommended immunization schedule. The baby may not need some immunizations at all.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:07 PM on Jul. 25, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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Why are people proud that they don't immunize, or that their 4 y/o is still sleeping in their bed, or that their 5 y/o is breastfeeding, or that they think BFing is nasty, or that they circumsized their baby boy. You should be proud of decisions you make for your family, if your not proud than you probably should not have made that decision. If you don't agree w/ those than dont make them for your family.
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