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Immunizations for students due Oct. 1


KFYR-TV - Sep 13, 2018
And then going into your clinic or local public health unit and have somebody that knows what they are looking at, look it over to make sure your child has all the required immunizations,” said Lacey McNichols. Helping to get all of the students ...
 

Madison Health Dept. Announce Free Influenza Immunizations for Springfield Residents and Other Communities


TAPinto.net - Sep 14, 2018
The immunizations are free to all, but seniors with a Medicare Part B card are requested to bring it with them. All are reminded to wear short sleeves if possible when they come for their flu shot. Seasonal flu vaccine is recommended by Centers for ...
 

Lane County Public Health advises parents to stay updated on childhood immunizations


KVAL - Sep 11, 2018
EUGENE, Ore. -- Lane County Public Health (LCPH) is urging parents to stay up to date with their children's immunizations. As students head back to the classroom, the risk of contracting and spreading a communicable disease is increased. By staying up ...
 

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Pediatricians Reacting To Parents Who Refuse Immunizations


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Immunizations at Pugh Elementary


All of Pugh Elementary's students have their vaccinations. School Nurse Jean Kanik tells how staff and principal support are essential to obtain 100% ...
 

Vaccination Debate: Parents, Doctors Discuss the Pros, Cons of Immunizations


Some parents don't want to immunize their children, for fear of doing harm. Most doctors say the vaccines are safe. For more New Jersey news, visit NJTV News ...
 

Questions & Answers: Immunizations


Facey pediatrician Dr. Bhavana Arora answers some common questions parents have about vaccines for their children.