They are teenagers and their uprising awoke in the form of consciousness. Aware that they were not vaccinated because their parents had a crusade against the laboratories and an injection, Now is their crusade, but it is in contradiction.
Alzamietno started in the social network Reddit She was taken out of the place Ethan Lindenberger, teenager z Norwalk, OhioIn his publication, the young man asked for advice that, in those who read it, sounded strange: I wanted to know how to vaccinate,
With 18 years ago, Ethan He was old enough to determine himself how to take care of himself. He intended to be vaccinated. It's so simple And I asked for help. He was tired of explaining his mother, Jill Wheeler, woman against the government's vaccination system, which they considered to be almost diabolical,
"My parents believe that vaccines are a kind of government system. But because of their conviction I've never been vaccinated against anything but God knows how I'm still alive"wrote a teenager.
The contribution from Lindenberger – The oldest of five siblings at age 16, 14, 5 and 2 received more than a thousand comments. The young man never believed that his words would have such an impact. Even the user Reddit identified as a nurse, identified the steps that need to be followed to be part of the health system.
Throughout his life, the young man saw that his friends had been vaccinated, but that his mother was fighting a war against this public health habit.
Publications in the popular social network came after the battle in the womb of his own home. At dinner table. Ethan began to advise: not with the laboratories, but with the academic centers, Read the news, papers, investigation, the thousands of pages that scientifically contradicted his mother's postulates, who became blind, did not want to see for their faith.
Wheeler has released all kinds of urban myths related to the vaccination system: children could develop the autistic product of these diabolical injections. The domestic war came to various means: Washington Post He was one of them; Undark, science magazine online, He also opened the game to his readers.
"It was as if he was spitting on me and saying it to me you do not know, I do not believe you, you do not know what you're talking about, you made a bad decision, and now I'll fix it"he said Wheeler to this publication.
Who convinced Ethan the first step was his pastor. He told him he was legally qualified to make his own decisionHe was free, he told her. In December 17, he was baptized with vaccines. He stepped in Ohio State Ministry of Health and received a cocktail of antibodies Hepatitis A, B, influenza and against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
But his mother will not give up. Though he can no longer ban it, he is stubborn that his 16-year-old brother is not vaccinated, although he wants to be vaccinated with potential illnesses.
In Washington and Oregon at least 56 people became measles. These places are places where anti-vaccination movements have multiple roots. The authorities had to say hygienic emergency at the outbreak, Alan Melnick, Director Clark County Public HealthHe explained that the disease is highly contagious and that the entry of the virus into the unvaccinated population is very dangerous.
Consultation v Reddit about how to vaccinate is spreading. "I'm a minor who wants to be vaccinated. What are my options?"he asked in the social network on January 28."I'm a younger teenager in Washington, whose mother is against vaccines. This was a big debate in my family, because all children are strong believers in the vaccination. I, like my brothers, have an ideology that vaccines are a matter of public health and personal responsibility for the benefit of the population, not the right that you can revoke from your children"
User labeled as PuffPuffer I begged: "In short, how can I vaccinate, even if her mother refutes all the facts and evidence because she is constantly hiding behind the fragile wall of false thoughts and false ideas?"
50 US states have legislation that requires specific vaccination for students. Although exceptions differ from state to state, all school immunization laws provide this kind of permission to children for health reasons.
Almost all states grant religious exceptions to people who have religious beliefs against vaccines. Currently it allows 17 states philosophical exceptions for those who have opposed vaccination due to personal, moral or other beliefs by National Conference of State Legislation,