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Video of the Week Archive 2014

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October 2014
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October 6-12
Video of the Week
NOVA: Vaccines: Calling the Shots
NOVA: Vaccines: Calling the Shots: Diseases that were largely eradicated in the United States a generation ago—whooping cough, measles, mumps—are returning, in part because nervous parents are skipping their children's shots. NOVA's "Vaccines—Calling the Shots" takes viewers around the world to track epidemics, explore the science behind vaccinations, hear from parents wrestling with vaccine-related questions, and shed light on the risks of opting out. Click the button titled "Watch the Program."
October 13-19
Video of the Week
Facing Influenza
Facing Influenza: Three families all share their story with the hopes of educating other parents about the importance of vaccination for influenza, more commonly known as the flu. They have experienced tremendous trial, loss, and hardship and their lives have been forever changed. This video tells the stories of Emily Lastinger, Chloe Kramer, and Billy Cary. Hopefully, by hearing their stories, these brave families can help other parents and individuals understand the seriousness of the influenza and the importance of getting vaccinated. The video was produced by the Center for Vaccine Awareness & Research, Texas Children's Hospital, in collaboration with Families Fighting Flu.
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October 20-26
Video of the Week
A History of Vaccination
A History of Vaccination: This animated video (5-min) from PBS's NOVA program details the intriguing history of vaccination, beginning more than a millennium ago. Vaccines are often seen as a marvel of modern medicine. Surprisingly, the history of vaccination extends back centuries.
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