why are childern and infants given vaccination ?
Asked by tinu1972 | 26th Jul, 2015, 07:19: PM
Children are given vaccinations to develop antibodies against various diseases so that they are less likely to become seriously ill. The vaccines the child should receive are chickenpox, DPT, Hepatitis A, B.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 27th Jul, 2015, 08:30: AM
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