Question by  italiachick (20)

Why are some people against vaccinations?


Answer by  Travis404607 (3916)

Some people either have a religious reason why they do not want vaccinations. Other people believe that vaccinations cause more harm than good, due to the side effects. Vaccinations, however, typically are safe and effective.


Answer by  Connie45 (1110)

It is thought by some parents that vaccinations which babies and young children receive are the cause for the rise in austism. There is no science to support this belief, but due to the number of children diagnosed in recent years with autism, some believe vaccinations to be the reason.


Answer by  primatefreak (1616)

Some dispute the morality, ethics, effectiveness and safety of vaccines. Others blame the vaccine industry of financial motive. Compulsory vaccines are felt to infringe on one's freedom. Also, religious reasons.


Answer by  snceflyf (448)

Some people believe that vaccinations are an unnatural intrusion to your body. It is often believed that the actual vaccinations will cause more problems than taking the chance of getting the disease.


Answer by  Teresa32 (314)

Some people believe that being vaccinated can weaken your immune systems ability to naturally resist disease. Many vets are also begin to follow this trend

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