What Every Parent Should Know About Infant and Childhood Vaccinations

VACCINATION -- Complications
IMMUNIZATION -- Complications
NEWBORN infants -- Immunology
VIRAL vaccines
IMMUNE system
COMMUNICABLE diseases -- Prevention

Abstract:The article presents the second part of a previously published paper on infant and childhood vaccinations. It presents a discussion on childhood vaccination schedules, different kinds of bacterial and viral vaccines, and side effects of vaccination procedures. The major debilitating side effects observed for infant and childhood vaccinations include juvenile onset diabetes, autism, asthma, immune system dysfunction, seizures, encephalitis/encephalopathy, and death. As well, many less severe reactions such as developing the illness, which the vaccine is supposed to prevent, headache, inflammation, uncontrollable crying bouts, and fever are well known.

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