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Moms and dads need immunizations too!
A recent article in Lancet was quite thought provoking as it studied the common practice of giving infants a dose of acetaminophen (Tylenol) with their routine immunizations.
Although Human Growth Hormone is not a cure for the disease, researchers discovered that it reduced the number of hospitalizations among those who have the disease.
Since flu vaccines are created using chicken eggs, does that mean you and your family are at risk for salmonella poisoning if you get the flu vaccine this year?
Which vaccines do your kids need as they head back to school? Dr. Sue fills you in.
The MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine and Varivax (chickenpox) vaccine have both been licensed and recommended for many years. These vaccines are typically given to children between the ages of 12-15 months, and then again between 4-5 years.
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Researcher are testing a pain-free vaccine using microneedles in a patch to administer vaccine.
Need a second opinion when it comes to raising your kids? Ask Dr. Sue. No waiting & no co-pay!
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