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Video of the Week Archive 2016

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April 2016
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April 4-10
Video of the Week
Do You Know What Vaccines You Need?: This adult vaccination video created by CDC tells the story of parents with busy jobs and four active kids who don't have time to get sick. A call from the doctor's office reminds the mom that parents need vaccines to help them stay healthy just like their kids do.
April 11-17
Video of the Week
To Parents Worried About Vaccines: ZDoggMD talks to parents who are on the fence about vaccinating their children. He describes the importance of working together to do what's best for our children and our communities, starting with the acknowledgement that this may be hard and scary for many parents.
April 18-24
Video of the Week
10 Vaccines that Saved the World: Meet 10 superheroes of modern medicine! "Alltime 10s" tells the story of ten vaccines that have saved millions of lives. Watch video footage and view images to learn about vaccines that have helped people escape illness and death from diseases that have been around for centuries.
April 25-May 1
Video of the Week
Shot of Confusion: In this CBC "Marketplace" special report, two moms go undercover with hidden cameras visiting five homeopaths in Toronto and Vancouver. They are told vaccines cause autism and that vaccine-preventable diseases are unusual and harmless. The moms are encouraged not to vaccinate their infants. (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.)
 
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