With the recent measles cases in Canada, there is a lot of discussion on immunization of children. But did you know there are vaccines recommended for adults as well? If you are pro-vaccine and believe you are protected (because hey, you got all your shots as a kid, right?), then you're going to want to keep reading. You might not be as protected as you think.Read Full Story
You know that every time you take your infant for a well visit, you are doing the best you can to keep her healthy, but that doesn't make her tears any easier to bear. Find out which shots are priority, and which can wait.Read Full Story
A new study denies any link between the MMR vaccine and autism. But parents who have heard anecdotal evidence to the contrary are already less likely to vaccinate their kids -- and we've got the measles outbreaks to prove it. Is there a scenario where anyone wins this battle?Read Full Story
Meningococcal disease is a life-threatening condition caused by bacteria that infect the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. An estimated 3,000 people each year become infected, and about 10 percent of those die from the disease. Currently, two safe, effective vaccines are available in the United States that can help protect you and your loved ones from this terrible infection.Read Full Story
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