vaccines

Vaccinations

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There are many ways parents keep their babies safe and healthy, including through immunization. By vaccinating their children according to CDC's recommended schedule, parents can protect their little ones against 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. Immunization gives parents the...
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Vaccines

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There are many ways parents keep their babies safe and healthy, including through immunization. By vaccinating their children according to CDC's recommended schedule, parents can protect their little ones against 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. Immunization gives parents the...
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Vaccinations

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There are many ways parents keep their babies safe and healthy, including through immunization. By vaccinating their children according to CDC's recommended schedule, parents can protect their little ones against 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. Immunization gives parents the...
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Baby

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There are many ways parents keep their babies safe and healthy, including through immunization. By vaccinating their children according to CDC's recommended schedule, parents can protect their little ones against 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. Immunization gives parents the...
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Vaccinations

Jams Cares!

There are many ways parents keep their babies safe and healthy, including through immunization. By vaccinating their children according to CDC's recommended schedule, parents can protect their little ones against 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. Immunization gives parents the...
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Vaccinations

Jams Cares!

There are many ways parents keep their babies safe and healthy, including through immunization. By vaccinating their children according to CDC's recommended schedule, parents can protect their little ones against 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. Immunization gives parents the...
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Measles

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Since measles is still common in many countries, unvaccinated travelers bring measles to the U.S. and it can spread. But you can protect yourself, your family, and your community with the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, especially before traveling internationally. Ask your doctor if everyone...
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