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How Immunizations Keep Your Child Safe

In the past, young children were at an increased risk of getting sick. This is because young children do not have highly developed immune systems. That, along with their lack of awareness of proper hygiene, make them prime targets for many pathogens, such as Polio, Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis, Tetanus, Rubella, Whooping cough and many other dangerous illnesses. Today, with the aid of immunizations, a pediatrician like Dr. Jennifer Devaney at Mundelein Pediatrics strives to ensure that her patients stay healthy at her Grayslake, IL, office.

More About Immunizations

One way your Grayslake, IL, pediatrician can further arm and develop your child's immune response is by way of immunizations and vaccinations. The way they work is by introducing weakened or dead viruses and/bacteria to the body. This trains the immune system by helping it remember and recognize specific genetic information, letting the body effectively fight and resist the disease.

Although the topic has stirred controversy in the recent past, the data shows that hospital immunizations save lives and will keep your child safe. Any licensed pediatrician will confirm there is no evidence that vaccines cause harm, but a plethora of evidence that it has saved millions of lives. It is an indisputable fact that this medicine will protect your child.

It's important to remember that there are children with complicated health issues who are unresponsive to vaccines or are immunocompromised. These children have no choice but to rely on immunizations to keep their peers healthy. When you vaccinate your child, you're not only keeping them safe but other children too.

 

Need to speak with a pediatrician?

Not vaccinating your child will put them at risk, so follow your pediatrician's recommendation to avoid exposing your children of any danger. Give your Grayslake, IL, pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Devaney, a call at Mundelein Pediatrics by calling 847-548-7337 or visit https://www.mundeleinpediatrics.net/immunization.html to learn more on how to keep your child safe.

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