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2. Vaccinations against various childhood
diseases have contributed to the entry of
women, particularly mothers, into the fulltime
workplace.
a. Is this statement supported by data—
comparing availability and extent of
vaccination with employment statistics
in different places or at different
times?
b. Before vaccinations for measles, mumps,
and chickenpox, what was the incubation
time and duration of these childhood
diseases? What impact would such diseases
have on mothers with several elementary
schoolchildren at home if they had fulltime
jobs and lacked substantial child care
support?
c. What would be the consequence if an entire
generation of children (or a group of
children in one country) were not vaccinated
against any diseases? What do you predict
would happen if these children went to
college and lived in a dormitory in close
proximity with others who had received all
of the recommended childhood vaccines?
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