1. Do you think children should be required to get certain immunizations (like diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, and polio) before starting school? What are the benefits? What are the risks?
I think, most of the children should get certain immunizations. Of course, according to our textbook,
there are some possibilities of links between Child Vannines and Autism, however, I think it is just a kind of hypothesis. Prevention is better than cure.
And the risk is that, as I already mentioned that possibilities of links between Child Vannines and Autism is a risk.
2. Do you think people in the military should be immunized against diseases that could be used in warfare (like anthrax or smallpox)? What are the benefits? What are the risks?
It is very difficult question..Just in my thought, the soldiers shuld be imnuized for against diseases such as anthrax or smallpox when the war occur. However I do not see any chance of starting the war. and as soon as possible, we should avoid that situation. And the risk is the immunizations could make the side-effect on our body, and I really worry the unproper conditions to be immunized during the war
3. Do you think people should get certain vaccinations before traveling (like typhoid, yellow fever, or Japanese encephalitis)? What are the benefits? What are the risks?
It is needless to say that we should get the vaccinations such as typhoid, yellow fever, or Japanese encephalitis before traveling. Irrespective of where we go, we should get vaccinations because It is involved the basic preparation for trip. And there is no rish except side-effect.
4. Do you think people should get immunized each year against influenza? Is it important for all people or just the very old and very young? What are the benefits? What are the risks?
I think whether we should get the immunizations each year or not depends on the age. It means I think the weaker people need more vaccinations to protect the body against uncertain disease.