So many vaccines! I recently had the pleasure of illustrating for Hour Detroit Magazine (the headline and text block will go on the right in the bald grassy area). The article explains how vaccines work to prevent diseases and how people of all ages should get their vaccines, even if they “never get the flu” (for example). Sound like someone you know? The main point of the article is you’re not just protecting yourself, but those all around you.
“But as common as vaccines are today — and as long as they have been around — they’ve remained confusing and controversial. In addition, sometimes people think a particular disease is no longer a threat, and then stop vaccinating for it. The spread of inaccurate information via the Internet is a major fuel for this and other false information.” – Sheryl James
Read the article here.