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California Takes Action

  Check out this article, which provides some information on a recent law passed in California. According to the article, if a parent wishes to exempt their child from school vaccinations, all they are required to do is sign a card, … Continue reading

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Pre-vaccine era vs post-vaccine era

The following chart gives a quick and easy synopsis of the effectiveness of vaccines.  On the left it shows the pre-vaccine era vs the right shows most recent reports of cases in the US. The bottom line?  Vaccines work.   

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Emergency Import of Meningitis Vaccine

At Princeton University an outbreak of Meningitis B occurred among the students, causing Bexsero, a vaccine licensed in only Australia and Europe, to be approved by the FDA and CDC and to be imported to the U.S. It is now recommended that the … Continue reading

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The Fact: Deadly Diseases are Making a Comeback

Just one person with a contagious deadly disease can infect many others. One woman in this video said vaccinating her child “just didn’t make sense” to her. The facts make sense to us: In Maryland alone, cases of whooping cough … Continue reading

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What to Expect When Getting Vaccinated

So, what happens when I take my child to get vaccinated?  What should I bring to the doctor’s office?  What happens when we leave the doctor’s office?  All of these, and more, are valid questions most parents ask themselves when … Continue reading

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We’re seeing a Decrease in the Amount of Children getting Vaccinated

This is a news segment from New Mexico that explains how a good amount of children in public schools aren’t getting vaccinated. In a short time span, the amount of children not getting their vaccines rose 300%! They blame it … Continue reading

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Why Families Should Receive the Flu Vaccine.

It is time to get your flu shot. Flu season is considered as starting in October and ending in May. The flu vaccine does not cause the flu, as many people seem to think. The flu can make a person … Continue reading

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