Today, vaccinations are usually given not long after being born. The number of vaccines needed continue to rise due to new diseases found daily. Nothing is more devastating than having to lose a young child or newborn due to a disease or an adverse event. We will never get to see their full potential. Diseases kill children every year and we are not helping by allowing doctors to inject them along with other chemicals into their bloodstreams. Many of the diseases are bacteria that live and grow while its victim dies. Other diseases are caused by viruses that attack living cells along with their immune system. Children's immune systems are weak because they have not lived long enough to build immunities to so many infections. This makes children more capable of getting the disease. However, the main factors such as the number of vaccines, the amount of times, the order and age of administrations have not been examined in studies. Vaccines are not 100 percent effective and most states require them for school. However, each state offers legal exemptions to "mandatory" injections. Vaccinations should not be made mandatory! Along with the vaccines can come a long list of adverse events. There is a lot to take into consideration when it comes to the lives of our children. As parents, we should be able to decide what works best for our own families.
One might ask what a vaccine is. A vaccine is the injection of a lower strain of the disease in question straight into the bloodstream by the form of a needle/shot to protect oneself. The making of a vaccine requires obtaining the disease, bacterium, or live virus to begin with. The live virus must then be weakened for human use. The virus is weakened by passing it through animal tissue several times. The weakened germ must then be strengthened with boosters and stabilizers by adding drugs, antibiotics and toxic disinfectants. Other things such as the animals RNA and DNA is also moved from one host to another and because we are injecting it into our bloodstreams, researchers also believe it may change our genetic makeup.