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Why Women Fear Vaccination Children
Vaccination is the best way of protecting people from chronic diseases. Evidently, it is
through vaccination that the world has been able to fight, and eliminate certain global disease
outbreaks such as small pox. Nonetheless, despite these proven methods there has been an
increased trend of women preferring that their children not be vaccine. Worse still, this trend
appears to cut across individuals from all socials status (Haller, & Scalzo, 2012). While
physicians should not browbeat parents to immunize their children, they have a moral obligation
of ensuring that the society is safe from current or probable health problems. As a result, there
appears to be a great disconnect between parents and the existing reality. Consequently, parents
should use accurate rebuttals to convince parents to immunize their children. In light of this, this
paper will analyze on the reasons that women have fear of immunizing their children.
Public Perception of Vaccine Safety
Notably, public perception and opinion have an effect on the parents towards the
importance of importance. Generally, most public opinions are farfetched, and do not represents
medical facts as relates to immunization. Importantly, immunization myths may be from patient
or the health provider. Notably, some of the most prominent immunization misconceptions from
patients and women are as follows:
Some immunization lead to diseases such as autism
Ingredients in vaccines are harmful
Some vaccines are not effective
Similarly, some of the health providers’ misconceptions are as follows:
Vaccines cannot be given to sick individuals.
The health provider needs to check for vital signs before vaccination.

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Running head: WHY WOMEN FEAR VACCINATION Why Women Fear Vaccination Children Name Institutional Affiliation 1 WHY WOMEN FEAR VACCINATION 2 Why Women Fear Vaccination Children Vaccination is the best way of protecting people from chronic diseases. Evidently, it is through vaccination that the world has been able to fight, and eliminate certain global disease outbreaks such as small pox. Nonetheless, despite these proven methods there has been an increased trend of women preferring that their children not be vaccine. Worse still, this trend appears to cut across individuals from all socials status (Haller, & Scalzo, 2012). While physicians should not browbeat parents to immunize their children, they have a moral obligation of ensuring that the society is safe from current or probable health problems. As a result, there appears to be a great disconnect between parents and the existing reality. Consequently, parents should use accurate rebuttals to convince parents to immunize their children. In light of this, this paper will analyze on the reasons that women have fear of immunizing their children. Public Perception of Vaccine Safety Notably, public perception and opinion have an effect on the parents towards the importance of importance. Generally, most public opinions are farfetched, and do not represents medical facts as relates to immunization. Importantly, immunization myths may be from patient or the health provider. Notably, some of the most prominent immunization mi ...
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