Vaccinations are a controversial topic. For new parents, this is just one more thing to think about. Is it right for their child? Can they refuse to vaccinate their baby? Here's some guidance for parents trying to make sense of this issue.
The first doses of swine flu vaccine arrived at hospitals and health centers in early October 2009. But while the vaccine is finally available, many expectant moms and parents have lingering questions. Is it necessary? Is it safe?
Around seven months, your infant may be due for his first immunization against the flu. Our pediatrician advises why it's so important to protect your baby against potential chills, fever, and discomfort associated with this seasonal sickness.
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