Vaccinations may impair the immune system.
During the past century, vaccinations have become regarded almost as a rite of passage for children. Beginning as early as a few weeks after birth, the vast majority of children are inoculated against numerous illnesses, including mumps, measles, whooping cough, and polio.
Most schools actually require immunizations as part of its admissions process. Childhood cases of allergy and asthma have skyrocketed.
Recent evidence indicates that routine childhood vaccinations contribute to the emergence of chronic allergic problems such as ear infections, eczema, and asthma.
This Vaccination Debate is controversial, and a growing number of scientists and physicians are now convinced that many standard vaccinations may impair a child’s developing immunity system.
And in some cases there is a real dangers of vaccinations
It is believed by many that the poorly developed new system is creating the environment for hypersensitive reactions to many common substances including many foods which have been consumed for generations. It is now being studied as to whether childhood illnesses such as hooping cough mumps and measles. May assist in the reduction in the risk of allergies.
The immune system has two different aspects,
Firstly the humeral (B cell) immune system, whereby antibodies are produced to recognize and neutralize antigens in the body.
Secondly the cell-mediated (T cell) immune system, which involves white blood cells and immune cells called macrophages that eat a Antigens.
They also help drive the antigens out of the body, by causing skin rashes and discharges of pass and mucus from the throat and lungs.
Both are typical signs of beneficial acute inflammatory illnesses of childhood.
The two poles of the immune system have a reciprocal relationship. When the humoral pole is overstimulated (for example, from allergies), the cell mediated pole tends to be relatively inactive.
Vaccines do not stimulate the cell mediated pole.
Their contents never get discharged. On the other hand, an acute inflammatory childhood illness- such as whooping cough, measles, mumps, or chickenpox develops the cell mediated immune system.
It is the cell mediated response to protect the child from future illness and provides the deeper immunity.