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Experts warn parents about the dangers of the "varicella" parties, which are rising again
The practice of mixing healthy and varicella-infected children is said to increase almost 25 years after the vaccine for varicella has been developed
Experts warn parents not to participate in these "chickenpox countries"
The severity of the virus is unpredictable, and for healthy children
varicella can lead to severe complications and death even in healthy children
From D ailymail.com Reporter
Published: 01:14 EDT, March 25, 201
9 | The parties of the hens' licks are rising again, but experts warn that the dangers of deliberately infecting healthy children with the virus may outweigh the alleged benefits from this.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin recently made headlines after revealing to WKCT that he and his wife deliberately uncovered five of their biological and four adopted chickenpox children all of whom were not vaccinated. "They deliberately took chickenpox because we found a neighbor who had her and I went and made sure that each of my children had been exposed to it and they received it," Bevin said. Chickenpox parties are rising again, almost 25 years after the vaccine was created. In the parties, the parents intentionally expose healthy children to infected children ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
Chickenpox parties are rising again, almost 25 years after the vaccine was created. In the parties, parents deliberately expose healthy children to infected children
Bevin continues to say that children are "unhappy for a few days" after succumbing to chickenpox, but "they all have done well." It is not clear how old the children were when they were deliberately infected. The goal of the Republican governor was to help children acquire immunity against the disease, which experts warn.
The so-called chickenpox parties, where healthy children were placed in close proximity to infected children, were popular in the days before the vaccine became available in 1995
Parents who participated in the pox parties afterwards and are now told to believe that by ensuring that their children will get hold of and then fight the chickenpox when they are young they will not catch it when they are older and less able to overcome it .
"[It is] wrongly that getting natural disease will make your immunity stronger, so you do not need a vaccine, which is a much safer option," said pediatrician Dr Natasha Burgert, adding that " People do not realize that the reason we have done vaccines is that they can not kill children.
that exposing healthy children to chicken pox in an attempt to help them get immunity later in life is gambling, because the severity of the virus are unpredictable [stock]
Republican Governor Matt Bevin (downtown) recently made headlines to reveal that deliberately made his nine daughters (Vaccines) usually contain weakened or killed forms of malignant microbes. When introduced into the body, the immune system recognizes microbes and then destroys them, learning to do the same at any time when these microbes return to the body. As such, vaccines are seen as a safe way to stimulate the immune system, as opposed to exposing humans to the virulent version of the disease in the air.
Burgert noted that it was a "pledge" for deliberately infecting even healthy children as the severity of the chickenpox is "impossible to predict".
Some children will only get a few [chicken pox] some will die. You just do not know, so we're all vaccinating [we can]"said Bergworth.
Disease control centers agree with this feeling.
On its website, the CDC noted that "varicella can be serious and can lead to severe complications and death even in healthy children. There is no way to tell in advance how severe the symptoms of your child are. So it is not worth taking the opportunity to expose someone's child to the disease. The best way to protect babies and children from chicken pox is to vaccinate. Obviously, the growing anti-vampire movement has attracted more attention in recent years, especially since the outbreak of measles across the country in the past year. Measles were previously considered to be eliminated in the United States in 2000, thanks to the common measles vaccines and the corresponding herd immunity.
"Vaccines are the victim of their own success," says the pediatrician Dr Elizabeth Murray. "When we do not have a chicken pox vaccine, parents often decide to try to" end this up "thinking that teenagers and adults often have worse time with the disease. But the person who has the best time with the disease is the one who never gets it.