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About Vaccinations and your Health

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With the new school year coming up…

We know every year that vaccinations have to be done for your child before school if they haven’t already gotten them. Now for parents that have children and not sure about that then here are some things you might need to know.

Where did they go?

Years ago diseases use to run rampage killing many people no way to stop it when it. Why because they were very contagious and would spread from one to another.

Many people would lose their lives, diseases like Polio, Diptheria and possible even the plague.

Not only for them we had measles and some other diseases that would infect us.  The question today is what happened to them? We don’t hear of them anymore and that is good but the matter of the fact is we don’t want to hear of them anymore.

Smallpox was a major disease that affected many people years ago but now due to being vaccinated we’ve conquered it and on to the next one.

small pox

Vaccinations started, they were then kept under control so to speak. By vaccinating kept people from contracting the disease which in turns cut down on spreading.

There are others but we are vaccinated from them. Vaccination will not 100% keep you from catching a disease but it will cut down the chances. After we started getting vaccinated for the diseases the number of people catching and dying from them went down to very low numbers.

Why Vaccinations?

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What would happen if we didn’t vaccinate? From what we learned above should be reason enough. If we stop vaccinating before the diseases are completely wiped out then they would come back and be as deadly as before maybe worse. That is good enough reason to want to keep vaccinating.

For all the diseases that we use to have and don’t want back like smallpox disease. Something we would have to get vaccinated from it until it was gone. Now we don’t get smallpox vaccinations because it is eliminated.

So why do we vaccinate?…

For our children our grandchildren and their grandchildren

For family and friends

To stay healthy

Difference between life and death

They are safe

They do there job

For instance, smallpox was a deadly disease that we use to get vaccinated for but we don’t have to worry about that anymore because we have eradicated it by vaccinations.

Parents we should get our children Vaccinated

After reading what we have so far we can see the need for getting vaccinated. So parents make sure your child is vaccinated before they go back to school.

Keep them and everybody safe, please vaccinate.

Because if we stop then there is a good chance of having another epidemic and that’s the last thing this world needs. We vaccinate for the future.

Here is an Adult vaccine Quiz from the CDC

https://www2.cdc.gov/nip/adultimmsched/

Immunization Schedule from CDC

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/child-adolescent.html

The Bottom Line

Here in this life, we have on this earth many things come about that will harm our bodies and destroy our health.

Just like walking out in front of a car we wouldn’t do that intentionally. When it comes to vaccinations it’s the same thing not getting vaccinated hurts you and the people around you and can lead to death.

You heard that right not getting vaccinated is a deadly chance to take not only on your life but someone else also.

The bottom line is get vaccinated you deserve it.

Conclusion

Livegreaterhealth.com looking for the need to give out some important health information for you and especially your children. We have researched information on these topics and have given the best information that is known. We appreciate you taking the time to read and hope livegreaterhealth has helped you in your health situations.

If there is anything else you would like to know that we haven’t added to this subject please let us know by leaving us a comment below. We will get back to you as soon as possible thank you.

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Fred Rexroat

14 Comments

  1. A lot of people avoid vaccinations- you see this with people avoiding taking the flu shot every year! I like how you are bringing awareness about vaccinations, as they are absolute necessities for children. Great post!

    • Thanks for the comment, Andrew, I do think people should vaccinate my wife my kids do but for me, I do not take the flu shot. This is something that I think I will start doing the older we get the easier it is to catch.

  2. What a great article and lots of people are on this not getting kids vaccinated and all your doing is putting your child at risk and other people for that matter.
    David

    • Thanks, David, for the comment this is something very much that needs to be done for your child’s safety and the world too. Bringing awareness needs to be done with understanding.

  3. Hello Fred,

    Thank you for telling about the great importance of doing vaccinations to avoid severe diseases. It has saved many, many lives since it was discovered how effective vaccinations are. It will save many peoples lives in the future.

    As always, I’m very thankful for you spreading the word of health.

    Pernilla

    • Thank you, Pernilla, for the good word. This is a must situation we have here instead of refusing to get them for yourself because it’s your life. Make sure your children get them because they should be healthy for our future to go on.

  4. Great article Fred!
    I don’t have kids but I always think that if I did I would be in a bit of a quandary about whether to get them vaccinated or not because there has been so much hype lately about the connections to autism and ADHD etc. Who knows what to believe, but you’re right, I suppose, until further proof and research is done, to just carry on as we are. I think in most cases vaccinations are fine, and have definitely saved millions of lives. The problem apparently is the MMR one which used to be a separate vaccine, but has now been rolled into one. But who knows, I’m remaining impartial at the moment as I don’t need to worry about it yet. But thanks for the info, and keep up the good work! 🙂

    • Thanks for the comment, Stefanie, and I know how you feel there is a lot of people that are not sure whether to take them or not. In fact, I think for the more serious diseases they should just for their health but there are some that may be questioned. I am one that never liked to take the flu shot but I think as we get older and the immune system gets weaker it might be wise.

  5. Some interesting facts about vaccinations I am sure many of us didn’t know. I just recently had to get my son’s vaccinations for school and this article helps remind parents the importance of keeping up with this like this. I used to think flu shots weren’t necessary but since my vitamin D levels are low due to my seizures I do get it every year and it has beneficial to me. Thanks for this info!

    • Thanks for the comment, Melissa, I’m glad you are one that has children that have to be vaccinated for school. I likewise am one that has a child that had to be vaccinated for school. It got me to thinking how important vaccinations are and how we might not even be here if not for them. When you think about in that manner it makes you want to get them.

  6. Hey Fred! I agree that vaccinations have prevented so many infectious diseases from being spread through our population. I’ve heard a lot of good about vaccines but I’ve also heard the bad.How do you feel about vaccinations being associated with Autism? Have you done much research on that? I always check back here and I’m curious what your thoughts are. Talk to you soon!

    • Thanks for the comment, Jennifer, I haven’t done any studying on vaccinations and Autism something I’m going to look into and find out if there is any comparison between the two. I am saying that some vaccines are a must and some may be questionable. Needs more studies done to really know for sure but we just can’t quit taking them and get diseases.

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