immunizations

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1:30 to Read | vaccines, immunizations, Daily Dose
Some doctors are no longer taking patients who refuse to vaccinate their children. I am one of them.

2:00 to Read | school, safety, kids, immunizations, health
Avoid the long lines and crowds by getting your child's pre-school immunizations taken care of now. You'll be glad you did when school-time rolls around!

2:00 to Read | CDC, children, immunizations, study
A life threatening illness is on the decline thanks to vaccination rates.

Dr. Sue answers a teen's question about updated immunization she needs if traveling to a foreign country.
A study that was published in an ssue of Pediatrics caught my eye online. The title “Cough trick may reduce pain of routine immunizations” seemed relevant to my practice so I decided to preview the study a little early.
Pertussis cases on the rise around the country with 10 deaths in California.
This week is National Influenza Immunization week, so I thought it would be a good time to remind everyone about the need to continue to get vaccinated for both seasonal and H1N1 flu.
I was in the office yesterday on a busy pre-holiday Monday. I went into an examining room late in the afternoon to see a two-year-old who looked “pretty sick”.
Find out why it is important for mom and dad to keep up-to-date on their own immunizations
Dr. Sue discusses changes to the Texas Immunization Law