It's back to school time, and also time to consider vaccines for our children. Does your school or daycare require vaccinations to be up-to-date? Ours doesn't.

As parents, we make decisions every day by asking ourselves: "Will the benefits of our decision outweigh the risks?".

Since we all want the best of our children, and especially when it comes to their health, it's important to have a complete knowledge on the subject or at least be informed how to acquire unbiased information.

Living Green with Baby has produced a comprehensive parent’s guide providing important facts to consider when deciding on whether or not to vaccinate a child. This vaccination checklist will guide parents through the following areas:

  • Benefits of vaccines
  • Vaccine side effects
  • False claims related to the use of vaccines
  • Vaccinations and being green
  • Tips for parents about vaccines

Read the full-length article: http://www.livinggreenwithbaby.com/parents-guide-to-children-vaccin...

Living Green with Baby also provides an easy-to-understand infographic with some fundamentals parents should be aware of:

How do the risks of childhood immunization compare to the risks of everyday life?

  • 1 in one million vaccinated children experiences serious side effects
  • 1 in five thousand children gets injured from a falling TV
  • The amount of aluminum added to a vaccine is comparable to the amount found in one liter of infant formula.

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Tags: #ChildhoodImmunizations, #ChildrensVaccinations, #GreenParenting, #KidsHealth, #Vaccines

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