Monday, March 1, 2010

Childhood Vaccinations

I do know quite a few people who follow an altered vaccine schedule. I don't turn my nose up to them or to the people who would never miss even one vaccination. I think it's a personal decision and I just hope parents are informed.

FROM NBC: A new study shows most parents go ahead and vaccinate their children even though many worry about their side effects. Researchers from the University of Michigan surveyed over 15-hundred parents about vaccines.

90-percent agreed vaccines are important in protecting their children from disease -- and 88-percent followed the recommended vaccine schedule. However, more than half said they were concerned about vaccine safety -- including one in five that believe vaccines cause autism in healthy children -- an idea that has been debunked by the medical community. Overall, 12% of parents had refused at least one injection -- especially if it was one of the newer vaccines.

-NewsAnchorMom Jen

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