Vaccines are important in children because they help protect them from serious illnesses and diseases. Vaccines work by preparing the body to fight off infections. They do this by causing the body to produce antibodies, which are proteins that recognize and destroy viruses, bacteria, or other organisms that can cause disease. Some vaccines are for
COVID-19 illness still threatens the health of adults and children. So, all family members need the protective benefits of vaccinations and boosters. Let’s talk about why this readily available preventive care is important, when your child should receive it, and where you can go in to get vaccinated for this deadly condition. Your pediatrician in
Vaccines are lab-prepared medicines which help your body to build natural internal immunity against infectious diseases. Your pediatrician will know the recommended schedule for your child to receive their immunizations according to their age and previous immunizations received, if any. Let’s talk more about the importance of your child receiving potentially lifesaving vaccinations, and where
One of the most unnecessarily controversial topics in medicine today is whether vaccines are necessary. Ask any reputable medical expert from around the world, and you will get a resounding “yes” as an answer to this question. The effectiveness and need for vaccines to prevent the spread of dangerous diseases has been demonstrated numerous times.
If there is one unequivocal message the measles outbreak in California in 2015 has put across, it is the importance of vaccinations. However, the vaccine hoaxes circulating on social media have caused many people, especially parents of young children, unnecessary anxiety and fear. If you’re among those parents who are leery of vaccines and have