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27 Sep: The Complete VFC Vaccine List and Schedule

Science is our best weapon when it comes to fighting against disease. For generations, scientists and doctors have collaborated to create safe and effective vaccines for diseases such as the flu, tetanus, chickenpox, and diseases you rarely hear about anymore (because vaccines have...
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19 Aug: What to Expect During the 2021-2022 Flu Season

Influenza (flu) season is a significant time at health practices around the country and this year will be no exception. While the period is usually characterized by high infection rates, the US reported just over 2,000 flu cases during the 2020-2021 flu season....
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05 Aug: Preparing Pediatric Vaccines for the Back to School Season

With schools reopening for in-person learning this year, pediatric vaccines are key to children’s safety. Increased social interaction after over a year of stay-at-home orders could result in illnesses rapidly spreading through the classroom — especially since many children fell behind on their...
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01 Jul: Understanding COVID-19 Vaccine Storage [Infographic]

Three vaccines have already been authorized and recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. Each manufacturer has created a vaccine that should be stored, shipped, and administered differently to ensure effective immunization. Read this...
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30 Apr: Best Practices to Improve Vaccination Rates

  National vaccine coverage has greatly improved over the last 50 years. The percentage of children born in 2017 who have not received any vaccinations stands at just 0.9%, while the 2019-2020 flu season saw the highest flu vaccine coverage ever recorded.  Despite…