Vaccination Health Topic

Vaccination Health Topic

It is important when making decisions about vaccinations to be informed about potential health concerns and to know your rights should you choose not to vaccinate.

Learn More About Vaccination Health Concerns

  1. Chickenpox Vaccine: Is It Really Necessary?

    While highly contagious, chickenpox typically produces mild disease. Recovery leaves a child with long-lasting immunity. Widespread use of chickenpox vaccine in the U.S. has increased the incidence of shingles in children and adults.

  2. If You Vaccinate, Ask 8 (Questions)

    Vaccines are pharmaceutical products that carry risks, which can be greater for some than others. Ask these eight questions before deciding on important vaccination decisions.

  3. The National Vaccine Information Center: Your Health, Your Family, Your Choice

    The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is dedicated to the prevention of vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and to defending the informed consent ethic in medicine.

  4. Cry For Vaccine Freedom Wall

    Personal reports of vaccine harrasment.

  5. Search the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Database

    Since 1990, the U.S. Government has collected reports of adverse health events that follow the administration of vaccinations. This database, called the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is available for anyone to search or download.

  6. Preventing Vaccine Adverse Side Effects (for Pets and People)

    Tips on what to do before and after vacccination to reduce side effects and to help to keep the immune reaction under control.

Tags: vaccines, vaccination, adverse reactions, VAERS, informed consent, NVIC

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