Vaccinations are mandatory for most babies and school-aged

Use of correct English, spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Each PART should be at least four (4) double-spaced pages.

Part 1.

1. Vaccinations are mandatory for most babies and school-aged children as they build the body’s immune response. What are two (2) pros and two (2) cons of vaccinations.

2. Describe how immunizations affect the lymphatic system and how they affect the immune system.

3. Some vaccines diminish over time and require boosters or additional immunizations. Why is this? Identify two (2) of the most common vaccines that require booster shots.

4. Some people reported being ill after being vaccinated. What is actually happening to their immune system?. Are there any chronic/life threatening illnesses or diseases that are transmittable through immunizations?

5. Based on research and finding should all vaccines be mandatory or only specific ones? Why or why not?

Part 2.

1. Describe the differences between intracellular fluid (ICF) and extracellular fluid (ECF) including:

a. Location in the body

b. Characteristic ions

2. Sodium and potassium are the largest contributors to electrolyte balance in the body. Describe one (1) way in which they each participates in electrolyte balance in the body.

3. The composition of body fluids is extremely important to maintaining homeostasis in the body. Discuss three (3) ways that homeostasis may be disrupted if the appropriate electrolyte levels and pH of body fluids are not maintained. Describe two (2) solutions that are available to return the body to homeostasis.