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Still concerned about the safety of your child’s vaccines? A new report should help allay those fears. Check out Hot Topics.

1:30 to Read | vaccines, Daily Dose, autism
Jenny McCarthy is not an expert on autism.

1:45 to Read | young children, vaccines, study, health
How effective is the Rotavirus vaccine for young children? A new study looks at the results in today's Hot Topics.

1:30 to Read | vaccines, study, health, child, autism
Another study finds no link between vaccines and autism. Find out the details in today's Hot Topic.

1:00 to Read | vaccines
Why the spike in measles outbreak?

Today's Kid's Dr's Hot Topics looks at why some parents are still concerned about childhood vaccines, and the science that supports vaccinations.

2:00 to Read | vaccines, infectious disease
Would you give your child a lollipop that was infected with the chickenpox virus? Some parents say absolutely. What you need to know.

Countries that vaccinate babies against rotavirus, which can cause severe diarrhea and kill in days, have significantly reduced the number of children admitted to hospitals with the disease, a report showed on Thursday.
It is not possible to predict who will have a mild case of chickenpox and who will have a serious or even deadly case of disease.
Pertussis cases on the rise around the country with 10 deaths in California.