Thursday, February 23, 2012

Vaccinations for Children

Posted by Sarah Sweetz Akhza at 12:54 AM
Vaccinations for Children

Children have great wisdom. There are few place on Earth who respect this and those that do tend to be the eastern traditions. However, children do have wisdom. Especially the young ones and especially for their health

Homeopathy for children is not only totally safe, it also offers them their only real chance of resolving genetic problems. Genetic or family traits are inevitable in every one. Whether you like it or not, you are influenced by your ancestors, your parents, your family. However, a deep and powerful system of medicine is capable of removing that trait for good.

Malaria is the most common type of disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes and the Kenya highlands are the most prone to this type of illness so you should make sure that you are covered. Mefloquine injection can be administered some few weeks before you take the flight to Kenya, and also ensure that your doctor gives you the right dose depending on your body.

Thimerosal prevents germs from growing in vaccines.

Thimerosal has received scrutiny in recent years because it contains mercury which is feared to cause brain damage in children. Most vaccines for children are now entirely free of thimerosal. Although a few vaccines contain a small trace of residual thimerosal, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) consider these vaccines to be thimerosal-free.

H. Influenzae type B is a bacteria which is responsible for millions of deaths worldwide through meningitis and pneumonia. It affects mainly children under the age of five, with those between four and eighteen months particularly vulnerable. It leaves up to 35% of survivors with permanent disabilities such as mental retardation or deafness.

Vaccination not only protects individuals, but also others in the community, by increasing the general level of immunity and minimising the spread of infection. Vaccines may contain live, (attenuated) or killed (inactivated) forms of disease causing bacteria or viruses. They trigger a response by the body's immune system when injected or given by mouth.

The majority of pediatricians will tell you that vaccines are safe and that the number of children that experience adverse reactions is very low. In addition, they will lead you believe that the few negative reactions are carefully tracked and monitored. However, if you take the time to dig deeper you will find that these assertions are not evidence based and lack solid scientific backing.

The Rota vaccination is given orally and involves a series of three doses. The first dose should be administered at the age of six to twelve weeks (it should be administered no later than twelve weeks). The second dose should be taken at the age of four months. The final dose can be given at six months of age but should not be given after 32 weeks of age.

Knowing that a vaccination is more likely to cause harm in a child with a compromised immune system. We made sure he didn't get any vaccination even if he had a slight sniffle. We prepared him with Echinacea and vitamin C, to give his immune system the best possible strength.


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