Parents who choose to vaccinate their kids at school are the ones who can protect them from the next pandemic, the world’s leading vaccination expert says.
Billie Eilish, a professor of public health at Johns Hopkins University, says the vaccine is an important step to protecting kids against a new pandemic.
But, she says, parents should be vigilant in ensuring their kids get the correct shot.
She says there are many factors to consider when choosing the right vaccine.
For example, some vaccines may have different strengths and other vaccines are less effective.
And, many parents choose not to vaccine their kids because they don’t want to lose their child’s health insurance.
“We know that vaccinations can be very dangerous.
We know that some vaccines are not effective, and others are very effective,” Eilishes says.
“And if we don’t know how the vaccines work and the different strengths of vaccines, then we should not be vaccinating our kids.”
Eilish says she believes parents should vaccinate if they know what to look for when choosing a vaccine.
Parents should look for the brand and the ingredients, she adds.
She also recommends parents check with their local health department about the specific type of vaccine and how it is delivered.
“Some vaccines are administered in a booster.
Some are administered as a single dose, and some are given in one shot,” she says.”
There are also a few vaccines that are administered at a specific time.
For instance, vaccines are given at 6 a.m. and are given to children 6 months to 4 years old.
Parents also need to look at their childs vaccinations, which include immunizations and other preventative measures, such as water-borne illnesses.”
Parents also need education,” Eibes says.
She says that children should not get too many vaccines, because the body doesn’t develop antibodies against them.”
The good news is that parents have the power to choose the right vaccinations,” she adds, “and this is something that needs to be understood.
“Eibes is a member of the World Health Organization’s Committee on Vaccines and Immunization Practices.
She teaches in the School of Public Health at the University of Virginia.
Eilishes was recently named one of the top experts on vaccines in the world.
Her book, “Vaccines: The Essential Guide to Protecting and Preventing Vaccine-Preventable Diseases,” was published last month by Regnery Publishing.