5 Things You May Not Know About Vaccines
Most parents choose to vaccinate their children.
Parents choose to vaccinate to protect their children, families and the community. Delaying or refusing vaccines leaves children vulnerable and puts others at risk. #Ivax2Protect #VaccinesWork
Vaccines protect against measles outbreaks.
The recent measles
outbreaks are a stark reminder of how dangerous measles is and the importance
of vaccinating your child against it. #VaccinesWork
The flu vaccine is the best way to fight the flu.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that everyone 6 months and older get the flu vaccine every year.
The HPV vaccine protects against cancer.
With the HPV vaccine,
parents have the chance to protect their sons and daughters now against HPV-related
cancers in the future. #PreventCancer
College kids need vaccines too.
Be sure to make an appointment with the pediatrician before leaving for school so that your child has all the information they need to stay healthy when away from home as well as the necessary vaccines to prevent illnesses like pertussis, measles, and meningitis. #VaccinesWork
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