Today, vaccines are a vital component of the world’s heath as they can prevent many diseases. Some parents, though, are against having their children vaccinated because the parents are not educated about vaccines or because they are scared of the risks of vaccines. But what parents do not realize is that vaccines have so many benefits that are crucial to their children’s health. Vaccines are very important and should be mandatory for children because they prevent diseases, protect the “herd,” and
unless you were born before 1955, polio may seem to be just another ephemeral disease that has been nonexistent for years. Those born before 1955 remember having a great fear of this horrible disease which crippled thousands of once active, healthy children. This disease had no cure and no identified causes, which made it all the more terrifying. People did everything that they had done in the past to prevent the spread of disease, such as quarantining areas, but these tactics never seemed to work.
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our report to shareholders for 2010. Progress we have made in the year can also be seen by visiting our website: www.gsk.com/corporatereporting Notice regarding limitations on Director Liability under English Law Under the UK Companies Act 2006, a safe harbour limits the liability of Directors in respect of statements in and omissions from the Report of the Directors contained on pages 8 to 101. Under English law the Directors would be liable to the company, but not to any third party, if the Report
............. 2.1 ▼ The article “Television’s Value to Kids: It’s All in How They Use It” (Seattle Times, July 6, 2005) described a study in which researchers analyzed standardized test results and television viewing habits of 1700 children. They found that children who averaged more than two hours of television viewing per day when they were younger than 3 tended to score lower on measures of reading ability and short term memory. a. Is the study described an observational study or an experiment