Important Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child

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Parents want to keep their children safe. They know about the importance of baby gates, car seats, and other measures to keep secure them. But, vaccine (วัคซีน, which is the term in Thai) has proven to be one of the best ways to keep your child safe.

Here are reasons to make sure your children are vaccinated:

Vaccines can Save Your Child’s Life

Medical science has advanced, and now, your child can be vaccinated and protected against more diseases. Thanks to effective and safe vaccinations, some killer-diseases in the past have been entirely eradicated, and others are close to been eliminated. One of those killer-diseases that has been eradicated in most countries is polio which led to deaths and paralysis across many countries.

Vaccination is Safe and Effective

Vaccines go through extensive and careful review by scientists and healthcare specialists before they are given to children. Vaccines may cause discomfort, pain, or redness at the region of injection, but this is insignificant compared to the trauma of the diseases prevented by these vaccines.

Immunization Curbs the Spread of Disease

While vaccination may not protect some young babies, others are unable to receive a specific vaccine due to allergies or other reasons. To protect them, you and your children who can get vaccinated must be fully immunized. This protects your family as well as prevents the spread of these diseases.

Vaccinations can be Time and Money Saving

 A child with a disease that can be prevented by vaccines may be denied access to childcare facilities and schools. Some of these diseases can result in paralysis and can set you back financially due to medical bills or lost time at work. Vaccinations against these diseases help to avoid such and are mostly funded program that gives vaccines to children at no cost.


Mae Cooper

Daisy Mae Cooper: Daisy, a yoga instructor, provides yoga routines, tips for mindfulness, and strategies to bring more peace and balance into everyday life.

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