Dr. Saad Saad’s Take On Vaccines

Vaccinations are a big deal in our health today. There is a lot of controversy about whether or not you should vaccinate your children. Some people say vaccines can cause harsh side effects on children, some people say that vaccines are great and do nothing but help. Read more: Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon

Everyone’s opinion about vaccinations is different. Dr. Saad wants people to know that his view on vaccinations is that they are great at preventing diseases that are not treatable. This article is going to give you a look into Dr. Saad’s opinion on vaccinations.

Dr. Saad, a pediatrician who is now retired, understands the worry that parents have with vaccines. He is a parent himself and has deeply looked into vaccines and the effects they have on a child’s body.

Dr. Saad wants parents to know that if children are vaccinated they are protected from diseases like mumps, measles, whooping cough, and other diseases that can be life threatening.

A lot of these diseases do not have treatments or cures, and children that are not vaccinated can have long recovery times and even hospital stays because the diseases are so hard on children. Another thing about children being not vaccinated is that when in school these diseases will spread very quickly through the children who are not vaccinated and can cause problems.

Making sure that your children are vaccinated is very important because some children cannot be vaccinated if they have certain illnesses. Getting children that can be vaccinated vaccinated will help keep the very dangerous diseases away from the children who cannot be vaccinated. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Saad_Saad.html and https://chronicleweek.com/2018/04/dr-saad-saad-medical-missions/

Vaccinations are one of the best ways to fight off dangerous diseases, and may even one day get rid of the diseases. If children are vaccinated properly these diseases will stop spreading and eventually go away.

Most vaccines are creating from a small form of the disease. When injected into the body, usually in the arm or leg, the body develops antibodies to then fight off the diseases.

So when you have the vaccine, if your body comes into contact with any type of germ from the disease, your body will start forming the antibodies to fight it off. If we get our children vaccinated properly, and vaccines continue to develop for different diseases, then one day we might be able to get rid of diseases for good.