Articles for Tag: "vaccines"

U.S. measles outbreak reaches highest level in 20 years 
U.S. measles outbreak reaches highest level in 20 years
“If someone walks through a room, those viral particles stay in the room for more than 2 hours.”
Are chicken pox parties still a thing? 
Are chicken pox parties still a thing?
Here’s what you need to know about where things stand.
Which moms are likelier to immunize their babies?  Featured
Which moms are likelier to immunize their babies?
Moms who do one specific thing during their pregnancy are more likely to follow a vaccination schedule for their infants.
CDC updates adult vaccine recommendations 
CDC updates adult vaccine recommendations
Learn more about the updated vaccine schedule for adults 19 and older.
Most people get the flu in February, study says  Featured
Most people get the flu in February, study says
Find out why researchers say flu sufferers are more likely to get sick in this month.
5 things people need to know about immunizations 
5 things people need to know about immunizations
Are you and your family up-to-date with your vaccine schedule? Here’s why it’s important to stay on track.
Myths cause many to skip the flu shot 
Myths cause many to skip the flu shot
Half of survey participants say the vaccine is unnecessary for them.