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Immunization, Parental Education

Why the Hepatitis B Vaccine is Crucial for Children: Essential Ages for Immunization

Hepatitis B is a serious infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) that affects the liver. The transmission is through contact with an infected person’s blood or bodily fluids. It can also be transmitted through sexual contact, sharing needles or other drug injection equipment, or from an infected mother to her baby during childbirth. […]

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The MMR Vaccine is Crucial for Children: Here’s Why

Rubella, mumps, and measles are dreaded illnesses since they lead to severe and lifelong consequences. And nobody escapes from it—infants and adults as well. Children can be best protected from these illnesses through the MMR vaccine. Since 1971, when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved its use, millions of children, not only in

Immunization, Pediatric care

What is All the Fuss About Vaccines?

Vaccines remain crucial, regardless of what the media says. The anti-vaccination propaganda fueled in the mainstream and social media relegated the relevance of childhood vaccinations to the background. As a result, providing parents with information on the significance of childhood immunization is becoming increasingly difficult. Many parents are confused even with the information received on

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Immunization: The Shield Against Preventable Diseases

Immunization: Your Child’s Best Defense Immunizations are a cornerstone of public health, especially for children. Let’s explore why they are so crucial. What is Immunization? Immunization is the process by which a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by administering a vaccine. The Importance: Why Vaccinate? Common Vaccines: What to


Varicella: Unveiling the Chickenpox Virus in Children

Varicella: The Spotty Invader Chickenpox, caused by the varicella virus, is often considered a rite of passage for children. However, it’s more than just an itchy inconvenience. Let’s delve into what every parent should know about varicella. What is Varicella? Varicella is the virus responsible for chickenpox, a highly contagious disease characterized by itchy, red

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Vaccinations and Your Child: A Pediatrician’s Perspective

As a parent, your child’s health and overall well-being are of utmost importance. The efficient means to defend your child against severe infectious diseases is through immunization. The medical professionals looking after your child recognize that there’s lots of erroneous information and apprehensions encircling vaccinations. This article affords a substantiated view on vaccines and how

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