[IMG_17603 Simply put in this way, vaccination save lives. In order to keep your baby and infant healthy from the devastating effects and illness like Diphtheria, chickenpox and hepatitis A and B, it is essential to get your baby vaccined by your healthcare provider and to ask him whether he or she is being passed on by all the vaccines which he or she should passed with. Being a parent it is a responsibility to take care of your babies and infants so that they are not been caused by any of the following disorders which can lead to death in early age. Thanks to the nation’s successful vaccination program, parents today have been spared by witnessing the devastating effects of many disorders. Polio, for example, paralyzed millions of people worldwide before the vaccine was created. Claims have been made by the researchers on the routine vaccines for the babies suggesting that such type of vaccines can lead to the disorders such as Autism. Experienced researchers have found that this type of vaccines doesn’t cause any type of mental disorders such as Autism or any chronic disorders. Preventing Disease. As a parent, you work hard for your baby and find vaccine as a valuable tool which prevents your baby from illness and other chronic disorders and keep them healthy and safe. Vaccinations offer the best protection against these devastating effects which keep your child fit and fine, but they should be administered on a timely basis in order to track your vaccine of the baby. According to one study, the recommended childhood immunization series prevents approximately 10 million cases of infectious illness in a year and 33,000 deaths were in the United States alone. Another report jointly published by world health organization, UNICEF AND World Bank says that 3 million lives are saved worldwide through childhood immunization- a number that could be doubled with increased funding. Vaccinations for Newborns and Children between 0-10 years. Chickenpox. Your child needs 2 doses of chickenpox machine. First at 12-15 months and the second at 4-6 years. Diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough. Your child needs 5 doses of Dtap vaccine. First at 2 months, second at 4 months, third at 6 months, fourth at 15-18 months and the last at 4-6 years. Haemophilus influenza(Hib). Your child needs 3-4 doses of Hib vaccine depending upon the brand of vaccine. First at 2 months, second at 4 months, third at 6 months(if needed) and the last at 12-15 months. Hepatitis A. Your child requires 2 doses of hepatitis vaccine. First is given at the age of 1 year and second 6-12 months later. Hepatitis B. Your child needs 3-4 doses of hepatitis B vaccine. First at the birth, second at 1-2 months, third at 4 month and the last between 6-12 months (if needed). Influenza (flu). Everyone who’s age 6 months and older needs this particular vaccination every fall or winter to save their lives. Children’s who are younger than 9 years needs 2 doses. Ask your child healthcare provider if your child needs more than 1 dose. Measles, mumps and rubella. Your child needs 2 doses of MMR vaccine. First at 12-15 months and second at the age of 4-6 years. Pneumococcal( prevnar [conjugate vaccine,PCV], Pneumovax [polysacharride vaccine]). Your child needs 4 doses of Prevnar. First at 2 months, second at 4 months, third at 6 months and the last at 12-15 months. Some children also need a dose of Pneumovax. Ask your child healthcare provider if your child needs extra protection against this pneumococcal disease. Polio (IPV). Your child needs 4 doses of polio vaccine depending upon the brand. First at 2 months, second at 4 months, third at 16-18 months and the last at the age of 4-6 years. Rotavirus (RV) Your child needs 3-4 doses of rotavirus depending upon the brand of vaccine. First at 2 months, second at 4 months and the third at 6 months (if needed).