If you have any form of diabetes, even if it’s well-controlled, it is strongly recommend you get the flu vaccine. Here’s why.
Doctors are taking precautions to protect young patients from coronavirus so they can continue receiving routine vaccinations.
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The U.S. has seen the most cases of measles in 2019 since 1992. A pediatric infectious disease specialist discusses the concern.
How can you help a kid with a fear of needles stay calm when it comes time for vaccines? Start by staying calm yourself, avoiding certain harsh words and explaining how shots keep them healthy.
Childhood vaccines and well-checks are key to keeping your children healthy. Here’s when you should bring them in next.
Immunization against whooping cough has been an important part of prenatal care for years. Now, a recent study says the ideal time for a pregnant mom to get the vaccine is at the beginning of her third trimester.
You’ve gone back-to-school shopping. But have you called the pediatrician’s office to make sure their vaccines are up-to-date? Kim Giuliano, MD, explains what they need when ― and why it’s so important.
Want to protect the new baby in your family? Hope to avoid the pain of shingles? Keeping up with your immunizations can shield you and those you love from serious (and even life-threatening) illnesses.