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    Vaccination is widely considered one of mankind’s utmost medical achievements. Diseases that were not long ago commonplace in society are now increasingly rare due vaccines. Despite this, the United States continues to allow vaccination exemptions for children on the basis of religious or philosophical beliefs. Today, the vast majority of states allow religious exemptions and a smaller, but still substantial, number of states permit the more troubling philosophical exemptions. The exemptions compromise

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    I would never make a suggestion to an individual about vaccinations. This decision is and must be made by the individual. There is no one that knows you or your kids better than you and typically your doctor has a protocol that they must follow by law, so if you think that your doctors always have your best interest at heart think again. Thats why I would never want anyone to make a decision regarding their health without first doing their own research on the subject. That being said this is a persuasive

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    Benefits of vaccinations The debate over vaccinations has been a prevalent one throughout the course of medical history. A vaccination is “the injection of a killed or weakened organism that produces immunity in the body against that organism” (vaccines.gov). Vaccines are designed to provide immunization to certain illnesses. People of all ages are encouraged to get vaccinations not only to protect themselves but also for the safety of the public. Most children in the United States are given vaccinations

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    Heather Lōse Professor Linda Lovell English Comp II 12 December 2015 Vaccinations and Their Importance Are vaccinations important and worth the risks? This is an age-old question that many people have asked since the creation of immunizations. Early last century, diseases like whooping cough, measles, and polio affected hundreds of thousands of people, killing thousands every year. According to the CDC, “More than 15,000 Americans died from diphtheria in 1921.” A vaccine was formulated for this disease

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    Vaccinations and immunizations are given by injecting a small sample of a known virus into the human body to strengthen the immune system. The body will fight off and become immune to the virus, no longer being able to contract the disease that the virus may cause. Although science has proven time and time again that vaccines are here to help our safety and us, some people are still skeptic about them and refuse to be vaccinated. This choice puts others at risk. Misinformation about vaccinations

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    The importance of vaccinations What is a vaccination? Why are they so important ? A vaccination is a live virus administered into the body to build immunity against deadly diseases. When a child is little and is exposed to a disease their bodies are not strong enough to fight it off and can make them very sick. Before vaccination came into play children would get diseases such as pertussis(whooping cough),polio,diphtheria, and tetanus, all of these being extremely deadly.Why would someone want to

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    My topic will be about the controversy of vaccinations. I am going to research its usage, the effect on your body, advantages and disadvantages. I am also interested in the reasons behind not getting vaccinations for your children, even when the parents could be willingly risking their child’s health and other children’s health. Furthermore, I wonder how doctors and professors view vaccinations and if they believe vaccinating your children is mandatory. The reason why I chose this topic is because

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    The Vaccination Controversy in Ohio According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, a vaccine is defined as “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting that person from disease” (“Immunization”, 2017). Children begin the vaccination process at birth and continue to receive vaccines throughout he or she’s adolescent years. The vaccinations are peremptory in the protection from diseases, such as, Hepatitis A, Meningitis

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    light on this unfamiliar concept. My topic will be about the controversy of vaccinations. I am going to research its history, the effect on your body, advantages and disadvantages. I am also interested in the reasons behind not getting vaccinations for your children, even when the parents could be willingly risking their child’s health and other children’s health. Furthermore, I wonder how doctors and professors view vaccinations and if they believe vaccinating your children is mandatory. The reason

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    Vaccinations hold the keystone in the health society today. The vaccinations cure many diseases, which in turn saves many lives. Immunizations date back to the late 1700’s to the vaccine’s creation by Edward Jenner. (B) Ever since then immunizations stop infectious diseases and save lives. Vaccines serve as an important purpose in society and have many advantages; however, because they are so easily avoidable, something needs to change. Vaccinations include a profound specificity to how they safeguard

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