Vaccines: Good or Bad? Why Vaccinating Children is for the Best

Everyone wants their children to happy and content, not infected with a harmful illness or disease.

Epidemics have the potential to put thousands of people into hospitals.

And the death toll can amount to hundreds of lives.

Vaccinating children lowers the population of people who are susceptible to pathogenic outbreaks, decreasing the range of the disease.

Vaccines Have the Potential to Save Thousands of Lives.
Vaccinating our children ensures their safety from viral epidemics.

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