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Video of the Week Archive 2011

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October 2011
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October 3-9
Video of the Week
Video: CDC Expert Commentary 2011-12 Influenza Vaccine Recs
CDC Expert Commentary 2011-12 Influenza Vaccine Recs: In this 7-min video, Dr. Tim Uyeki, from CDC's influenza division, discusses this season's ACIP influenza recommendations, including a more permissive influenza vaccination recommendation for persons with egg allergies.
October 10-16
Video of the Week
Video for Teens: The Flu Bug
Video for Teens: The Flu Bug The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Family Medicine has developed this video (running time 4:30 min) titled "The Flu Bug," which is designed to motivate teens to get their influenza vaccination.
October 17-23
Video of the Week
Medscape Video: Dr. Offit Reviews "Contagion"
Medscape: Dr. Offit reviews "Contagion": Paul A. Offit, MD, discusses the recent film, "Contagion." The movie was filmed in part at the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia.
October 24-30
Video of the Week
Video: 2011-2012 Faces of Influenza
2011-2012 Faces of Influenza: This year, Faces of Influenza program spokesperson Olympic Gold Medalist Kristi Yamaguchi is being joined by her mother Carole Yamaguchi to remind people that vaccination is important for everyone 6 months of age and older.The campaign features a 1-min TV PSA, radio PSA, and photos of the Yamaguchis for downloading.
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