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Video of the Week Archive 2012

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November 2012
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November 5-12
Video of the Week
Video: World Pneumonia Day is November 12
World Pneumonia Day is November 12: Do you know the facts on childhood pneumonia? The fight against this deadly disease can be won. Take a look at our video and learn how you can make a difference and save a life.
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November 13-18
Video of the Week
Video: New ACIP Recommendations for Pneumococcal Vaccination of Adults
New ACIP Recommendations for Pneumococcal Vaccination of Adults: Now on Medscape, CDC expert Tamara Pilishvili, MPH, talks about the new Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations to give PCV13 to high-risk adults and reviews existing PPSV23 recommendations for adults. This overview is a must-see for every doctor, nurse, and healthcare professional who provides medical care to adults.
November 19-25
Video of the Week
Video: Surviving Whooping Cough - Michelle's Story
Surviving Whooping Cough - Michelle's Story: Whooping cough is a dangerous disease that can be catastrophic for infants. This is one family's story of their newborn's battle against whooping cough and their message to the community. To learn more about what you can do to prevent whooping cough go to silencewhoopingcough.org
November 26-31
Video of the Week
Video: Real Families Talk About Pertussis
Real Families Talk About Pertussis: Three families share their heart wrenching struggles with whooping cough (pertussis). The message to all parents is to make sure you and everyone who will be in contact with your baby is vaccinated. Courtesy of the What to Expect website.
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