My love for Children

Scholarship Entrant: Santana from Anthony, New Mexico
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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If I could earn a living doing what I love most, it would be becoming a pediatrician. I love being around children and when a child is ill it makes me sad because they suffer so much more than young adults and older adults do. This would change the world because I plan to keep children off medication and find alternative ways to treat them so they can build up their immune system rather than break it down. I believe the start of a healthy and strong immune system is children. I have seen a lot of first time mothers who do like their child to be without socks but as a child my parents would let me walk around barefoot and now as a young adult, I rarely get sick. It starts with the little bacteria in the dirt that help our immune system to become stronger so that when children get sick the recover faster and tend to not rely on medications because their immune system fights the disease. However, there are some diseases that do need medication in order for a child to get better but not every disease does. If we give our children medication for every little thing the immune system is just not going to work and our body is going to rely on medication to feel better. Once our immune system stops working, we no longer feel good and are able to do things as we should have been.

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