Let the light in!
All kinds of bacteria live with us indoors, and some can make us sick. A new study shows that rooms exposed to light had about half the live bacteria found in rooms that were kept in darkness.
Your little ones may have be apprehensive about getting their flu shot. Check out the CDC website for tips to pacify your littles: https://bit.ly/2glKa0H
“This may pinch a little.”
A calm, reassuring, and honest explanation of what’s going on will help your child have a smoother vaccine visit. Check out more tips on how to de-stress your child’s next doctor’s visit: https://bit.ly/2glKa0H
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When getting the flu shot, you are preventing the spread of the flu to people who are at risk for complications including babies and young children, older people and people with certain chronic health conditions.
Breaking down everything you need to know about the vaccine so you can survive flu season.
The first two years of a baby’s life are a special AND important time for long-term protection. Giving your little one the recommended vaccines in their first two years helps them build immunity and fight germs that cause potentially harmful diseases.
Parents, check out our interactive guide for vaccine information to protect baby through childhood and beyond: https://bit.ly/2Km09Jm