I’ve said this many times before, but for anyone who questions vaccines, please, please reassess your views. Vaccines save lives. It’s as simple and beautiful as that.
Ever since the chickenpox vaccine became routine for kids back in 1995, deaths from the virus, also known as varicella, have been dropping. A study in the journal Pediatrics out today tells us just how steep that drop has been…In the 12 years after the one-dose vaccination program was launched, deaths from varicella dropped 88 percent overall compared with the prevaccine years.