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Dr. Sean Gallagher Sep 13
1 week after my , I haven't caught the flu, I haven't fallen into a coma, I haven't been hit by a car, I haven't thrown up, etc My arm was a bit sore for 12 hours but that's it. Oh, and I'm less likely to contract myself and spread it to infants
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Ryan Marino Sep 19
If you’re on the fence about flu shots or don’t think you really need one... A one-percent increase in US flu vaccination rate results in 800 fewer deaths per year approximately and 14.5 million fewer work hours lost due to illness annually.
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Talia C Sep 12
According to pro vaxxers, you can only give out medical advice if: 1) you’re a doctor (but not one of the hundreds of doctors who are against va((ines) 2) you’re a celebrity with a large following 3) you’re a mom blogger with a large following Got it. 😏🙄
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Sep 17
The HPV vaccine prevents certain types of cancer, yet immunization rates remain relatively low. In Pediatrics today, a study looks at how physicians can improve communication with patients because .
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Dr Mark D'Arcy 15h
Unvaccinated Children Are Now Barred From Going To School In New York — And Their Anti-Vax Parents Are Really Mad
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Jose Nieves Sep 14
We seriously need to stop calling people against vaccines ‘anti-vaxxers’. A more appropriate title is pro-plague.
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Dan Freedman Sep 20
Terrible news. Polio returns to the Phillipines, continued fallout from the Dengvaxia controversy that has resulted in >30,000 measles cases & hundreds of deaths. This is why we continue to vaccinate against polio. Until it's completely eradicated, it can come back.
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Dr. Melvin Sanicas Sep 19
🇵🇭 The Department of Health today announced an of in the country. Polio has re-emerged 19 YEARS after declared the country polio-free. A REMINDER of the importance of VACCINATION, 95% coverage to stop virus transmission.
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Dr. Sean Gallagher Sep 14
Nothing makes run away faster than asking them to provide a peer-reviewed well-designed study to support their claims.
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UNICEF Philippines Sep 19
. has declared a outbreak in the Philippines. UNICEF and are supporting the emergency response to stop the spread of the virus:
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Sep 19
There is NO cure for , but it can be prevented through vaccination. Polio vaccines are safe and effective.
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UNICEF Philippines Sep 19
Poliovirus has reemerged in the Philippines nearly two decades of being -free. UNICEF and are supporting 's outbreak response. READ:
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Jennifer Margulis 13h
Best practice: Wait 15-20 minutes after a round of vaccinations in case of a rare but severe adverse event. Waiting at the doctor's is what saved this 3-year-old's life. Her mum wants you to know what happened:
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Sep 13
Know the facts: If we stop vaccinating, diseases that have become uncommon return. Vaccines are a great tool that can eliminate diseases. Licensed vaccines are rigorously tested & monitored to make sure they’re safe and effective for you & your family. !
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Gavi Sep 20
Antimicrobial resistance poses a major challenge to achieving . Universal coverage of vaccines will help significantly reduce the use and misuse of antibiotics, preventing the emergence and spread of drug-resistant superbugs.
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Cherstyn Hurley Sep 13
All young adults <25 need two doses of MMR vaccine. 👇👏👇 Experience: I nearly died of measles
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Dr. Sean Gallagher Sep 20
People have had enough of bullshit for decades.
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Rachel Thee-in-pray-oon, MD, MSCS 10h
Girls got flu shots today! 3 year old: Ow! Can I have a sticker? Baby: No big deal, people.
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Alice Wong 14h
Got my flu shot yesterday! Herd immunity is love, y'all! 🐃❤️
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Wolfie Rankin 16h
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