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Video of the Week Archive 2016

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July 2016
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July 4-10
Video of the Week
Brandy Rios - A Mom: Brandy Rios, a new mom who says she's paranoid that her baby is going to get sick from unvaccinated adults, made this video from a baby's point of view. The video asks adults to "protect me while protecting you" by getting vaccinated.
July 11-17
Video of the Week
I Didn't Think I Would Be Pro-Vaccination Before I Had Kids: In this "Entertainment Tonight" interview, actress and singer Kristen Bell discusses the reasons she's vaccinated her daughters. Kristen admits to being "pretty crunchy" in her real life, but she explored the evidence and changed her mind about vaccinations.
July 18-24
Video of the Week
HPV Vaccine Is Still Underutilized: When people hear about vaccines not being received, they most often think about parents who are refusing to vaccinate their children. The most common reason for adolescents not receiving HPV vaccine is the lack of a strong physician recommendation. A recent pediatrician survey found that more than one-fourth of doctors donít endorse HPV vaccine strongly.
July 25-31
Video of the Week
London's Story: California mom Audry Largaespada recounts her harrowing experience when baby London caught whooping cough. No one ever explained why prenatal vaccination with Tdap was important. Then her baby had a life-threatening illness.
 
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