Cdc Influenza Vaccine Recommendations 2016

A vaccine is defined as a biological agent used to prevent very serious illnesses and diseases, such as smallpox, measles, influenza, tuberculosis, and hepatitis by injecting a weakened infectious organism into the human body.

Some argue that vaccines are dangerous for children and can lead to adverse effects....

In addition, vaccines are meant to protect us from diseases like influenza, and chicken pox, but they also have life altering risks; therefore, vaccines should be encouraged but not required for school age children....

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One big apprehension is what vaccines are being introduced into their infant’s small bodies and the many adverse reactions they cause.

Current reports are linking vaccines to serious life-threatening disorders such as asthma, autism, immune system dysfunction, and mental retardation (Williams).