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In Conditions and Diseases

What is in a vaccine?

A vaccine is used in medicine to enhance or induce immunity to aparticular disease. It usually contains an agent that resembles thedisease-causing microorganism, and is often (MORE)
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What is vaccination?

Vaccination protects hundreds of millions of animals worldwide from diseases and possibly death. Vaccination can be by a wide variety of routes: through water, baits, air spra (MORE)
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What are vaccines?

Vaccines are medicines containing a preparation of weakened or deadmicrobes of the kind that cause a particular disease which areadministered to stimulate the immune system to (MORE)
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What is in a vaccination?

Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material (the vaccine) to produce immunity to a disease. Vaccines can prevent or lessen the effects of infection by many differ (MORE)
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Why do you have vaccinations?

Vaccination introduce small amount of a disease to your body so that your natural immune systems builds anti-bodies and such to fight the disease. This makes your immune syste (MORE)
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When to get vaccinated?

The currently recommended vaccine schedule in the US starts at birth and follows a regular series every few months through the first 18 months of life. After that the recommen (MORE)
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Where do you have a vaccination?

There are various places to have a vaccination a hospital, sometimes Wal Mart will let you purchase them that is a couple of places you can get them.
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When do you have a vaccine?

In America, it depends on your age. I know that the younger you are, the more frequently you have to get vaccines. Yearly, in the teen years, boys usually have to get about 1 (MORE)
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What are you vaccinated with?

You could be vaccinated with medicines that help your body to goagainst chickenpox, polio or other diseases that could infect yourbody.
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Why do we get vaccinated?

to avoid getting the disease ourselves . to minimize the severity and duration if we do get thedisease . to create "herd immunity" in the population, slowing the spreadof th (MORE)