Dr. Nauman provides all CDC recommended vaccinations at age-appropriate checkups. According to the CDC, between birth and the age of 18, children and teens should have the following vaccinations:
Many diseases are far less common than they once were, thanks to vaccines. Nonetheless, the viruses and bacteria which cause these illnesses are still around and therefore, children still need protection. If we stop vaccinating, these diseases will have a resurgence. In many countries, vaccine-preventable diseases remain a problem. It’s essential to protect children should these diseases spread to the United States.
The MMR vaccine does not and never has caused autism. Numerous research studies have dispelled this misinformation, which may have been fueled by the fact that children with autism are typically diagnosed between the ages of 18 and 30 months, about the same time they receive the MMR vaccine. However, a growing body of scientific research suggests that autism actually begins before birth.
Yes, getting vaccinated is the most effective method of preventing Influenza type A and B disease which lead to 114,000 people to be hospitalized every year. The younger the child is, the more severe the disease. CDC recommends children 6 months of age and older should get a flu shot between September and March every year.
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