parents seldom have their children vaccinated?
fact, well-educated parents are expected to have their children
vaccinated against infectious diseases to be on the safe side.
However, no, especially this group of parants by-pass vaccin ptotection.
Normally doktors think that health attitude improves as level
of education increases – but it is just the opposite when
it comes to vaccination reports Robert Koch Institute (RKI) in
Berlin, referring to a study carried out with 464 parents in Munich.
higher education do not pay attention to having their children
Here is the Institute’s explanation: In higher educational
level the social distance for a doctor shortens and the doctor’s
recommendations are not accepted without criticism.
In the group
where parents don’t have their children vaccinated against
measles, protitis and rubella, the majority (60 %), in many cases
find “the methods of Alternative medicine better compared
to the methods od academic medicine“. Among those who approve
vaccination, however, only one out of three people shares this
view. In the former federal states in overall, children are vaccinated
89,7 % againt measles, 89,3 % against parotitis and 82,1 % against
rubella while enrolling in schools. The Institute states that
these ratios are a bit lower in Munich and Bavaria.