Children will need:
Several diseases are not as common as they once were because of vaccines. However, the viruses and bacteria which cause them still exist. This means that children will still need to be protected. Unfortunately, in several parts of the globe vaccine-preventable diseases can affect many people. Since this is the case, it is crucial to protect children in case the illnesses spread to America.
The MMR vaccine does not cause autism. Several studies have been shown that there is absolutely no scientifically proven link between the MMR vaccine and autism spectrum disorders. Confusion about this could have begun because children with autism are frequently diagnosed between 18 and 30 months old. This is near the same time they receive the MMR vaccine. In addition, increasing evidence has shown that autism disorders are present before birth.
The peak age for SIDS is between 2 and four months old. This is also the time when infants receive several of their initial vaccines. Thorough scientific studies have shown that vaccinations do not cause SIDS.
Remember, vaccines unquestionably prevent diseases and save lives. It is crucial to adhere to the schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
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