10 DIY Indoor Activities for Kids during Quarantine!

10 DIY Indoor Activities for Kids during Quarantine!

Infants are susceptible to diseases. However, the antibodies transmitted to them by their mothers via the placenta give them the necessary protection they need after birth. They are also continuously protected from the antibodies they receive from their mother’s milk. However, this protection is not permanent.

In order to obtain lasting protection against viral diseases such as measles and polio and bacterial diseases such as tetanus and pneumonia, children must be vaccinated. Vaccines create an immunization against diseases by introducing a small number of weakened pathogens into the body. The body reacts to these tiny amounts of pathogens by producing antibodies, just as it would normally react if it was fighting a real infection on a large scale. The immune system stores information about these pathogenic microorganisms so that it is able to react quickly to future exposures with the necessary antibodies.

Parents do not need to fear that the vaccine could trigger serious reactions in their children. The microorganisms in the vaccine have been deliberately weakened to avoid causing serious diseases. The child would at most have pain at the injection site or a slight fever. Serious complications are rare. It is much better for children to experience mild reactions than to be susceptible to these diseases.

Most vaccines can be taken in combination with other vaccines to reduce the frequency of injections for the child. The following are some of the highly recommended vaccines for children:

1. vaccine against hepatitis B This vaccine provides protection from childhood to adulthood. The disease is highly correlated with serious conditions such as cirrhosis and liver cancer. It is usually administered as a series of three injections: the first a few hours after birth, the second after 1 or 2 months, and the third between 6 and 18 months of age.

The vaccinations should not be administered to sick children or children who have shown a severe allergic reaction to their original HBV vaccine or to the yeast used in cooking.

2. The DTaP vaccine. This vaccine provides protection against diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough. Diphtheria is a severe sore throat that causes breathing difficulties. Tetanus or tetanus is a toxic bacterial disease that affects the nervous system and is caused by infection of an open wound. Pertussis or whooping cough causes a severe cough that can lead to serious complications in children aged one year or younger. The vaccine is administered in a series of five vaccinations. The first three injections are administered in the second, fourth, and sixth months of infancy, the fourth between 15 and 18 months, and the last between 4 and 6 years of age. Booster shots are given at the age of 11 or 12 years.

3. The polio vaccine. This vaccine protects against the viral disease polio, which can cause paralysis and is potentially fatal. The vaccine against the inactivated poliovirus is given to a child at the ages of 2 months, 4 months, 6-18 months, and 4-6 years.

4. pneumococcal vaccine. This vaccine protects against serious diseases such as pneumonia and bacterial meningitis. Children, but also adults over 65 years of age are most exposed to this pathogen. It is administered in the form of a series of four injections starting in the child’s second month, then at the age of 4 months, 6 months, and 12-15 months. It should not be administered to sick children or to children who have had severe allergic reactions to previous injections of the vaccine.

Are you struggling to keep your kids busy while we are all staying at home? I’ve partnered with H.E.B. for their #TexansHelpingTexans initiative to help my fellow Texans and parents all of the worlds come up with super easy activities to do at home with your kids while quarantined to have fun with them and keep them busy. I’d love to hear how YOU are helping other Texans. Join the movement and use the hashtag #TexansHelpingTexans – and let @heb know!

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