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Aug 3-9, 2020
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Avoiding Shoulder Bursitis with Vaccine Administration: In this Medscape video on avoiding the possibility of shoulder bursitis following vaccination, Dr. Sandra Fryhofer presents a flu vaccine administration "tune-up," including instructions that proper technique is to inject into the midpoint of the deltoid muscle with the needle at a 90° angle to the skin. Medscape login is required.
Aug 10-16, 2020
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Stolen Futures: A Mother Looks Back on Her Son's Early Years: In this moving video from VaccinesToday, Max's mother tells us that Max, too young to be vaccinated, got measles at 6 months of age. As a 10-year-old, he developed subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE), a late complication of measles, went into a coma, and died 10 years later. Max's brother produced this video to show the danger of measles.
Aug 17-23, 2020
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A Chickenpox Story: Kerri's infant son Rory got a severe case of chickenpox due to a lack of community immunity. He was extremely ill with more than 400 lesions on his body. Kerri's experience has led her to become a strong vaccine advocate, and she discusses why she hopes other parents will join her in speaking up for vaccines. (Source: Vaccinate Your Family)
Aug 24-30, 2020
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Dr. Shetal Shah Describes How He Recommends Vaccines to Parents of Premature Babies: In this #HowIRecommend video from CDC, neonatologist Dr.Shetal Shah explains how he recommends vaccines to parents of babies in the NICU. He also asks nurses, who build strong relationships with the families while caring for their babies, to stress the importance of vaccination in their conversations with parents.
 
Aug 31-Sep 6, 2020
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Natural vs. Vaccine Immunity: Which is Better? In this June 2020 video from Vaccinate Your Family, Taryn Chapman, MS, "The Vaccine Mom," tells us that natural immunity happens after you get sick and survive the infection. Natural immunity has risks because diseases can cause serious complications. Vaccines can give long-lasting immunity without causing illness, because most side effects are mild.
 
 
         
 
 
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