It was soooo funny, yet soooo irritating that there are people out there who are crazy enough not to vaccinate their child because of their petty research on the internet. It's time people look to professionals for valid information don't you think?Answer Question
Answer by LoriKeet at 12:27 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Answer by Kiwismommy19 at 12:28 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Answer by LovingSAHMommy at 12:29 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Didn't see it. Strange they were talking about immunizations. Remember, not all experts agree. Immunizations are good for public health but they aren't necessarily good for the individual. that was a message I heard over and over again in my public health classes in grad school.
Answer by Gailll at 12:32 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Answer by justgrape723 at 12:35 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 12:36 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Answer by LoriKeet at 12:51 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
I do not have a beef with vaccinations, just with the immunization schedule. I would like to see studies and data provided regarding the practice of giving so many different inoculations at once, to such neurologically immature babies. I would prefer that the information supplied come from various sources rather than exclusively from the pharmaceutical companies.
I give vaccinations to children and I always load the parents with as much info as possible and encourage them to do outside research. Our population includes medically fragile, as well as extremely pre-term and VLBW patients. As a practitioner who has witnessed adverse reactions, I worry about giving some many different agents at one time. How would one isolate which vaccine was the culprit, if a reaction occurred? I also wonder why other industrialized nations do not inoculate accordingly?
Answer by Sisteract at 1:19 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
Answer by Izsarejman at 1:49 PM on Aug. 13, 2010
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