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April 2-8, 2018
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Infectious Diseases A-Z: New Shingles Vaccine Is Now Available: Dr. Gregory Poland, director, Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group, tells us that over 30% of us will develop shingles sometime in our life. The new zoster vaccine, Shingrix, is 9197% effective and is recommended for those age 50 and older, whether or not they have had zoster vaccine in the past.
April 9-15, 2018
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Excuses: This 30-second PSA features everyday people sharing common excuses for why they do not need to get tested for hepatitis B. One in 12 Asian Americans has hepatitis B, but most don't know they are infected. The only way to know if you are infected is to get tested. (Source: CDC)
April 16-22, 2018
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Babies on the Move: Protecting Babies with Vaccination: As babies come into contact with others in stores, playgrounds, and other public places, they can be exposed to serious diseases, like measles and whooping cough. Parents can protect their child from 14 diseases before they turn 2 years old by ensuring they get the safe, proven protection of vaccines according to CDC's recommended immunization schedule. (Source: CDC)
 
 
 
 
             
 
 
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