Pediatric Vaccines

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Immune system
Immune system
11/14/2022
Infants are defined as “children aged 1 month to 1 year.” How many vaccinations are recommended for the average infant in the United States? Take our pop quiz to test your knowledge!
11/14/2022
Top Papers of the Month
Scott T. Vergano, MD
Top Papers of the Month

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Immune system
Immune system
11/14/2022
Infants are defined as “children aged 1 month to 1 year.” How many vaccinations are recommended for the average infant in the United States? Take our pop quiz to test your knowledge!
11/14/2022
Immunology
Immunology
07/10/2022
Children are defined as “persons aged 1 to 12 years.” How many vaccinations are recommended for the average child in the United States? Take our pop quiz to test your knowledge!
07/10/2022
Immunization
Immunization
03/28/2022
Are you familiar with the current routine immunization schedule for children and adolescents? Print out this infographic to stay up to date on the latest immunization recommendations from the Centers for...
03/28/2022
vaccination
vaccination
10/01/2021
Children are defined by the American Medical Association as "persons aged 1 to 12 years." How many vaccinations are recommended for the average child in the United States?
10/01/2021
Hepatitis B Vaccine
Hepatitis B Vaccine
07/22/2021
At what age is the first dose of the hepatitis B virus vaccine recommended for children? Test your knowledge in our latest pop quiz.
07/22/2021

Clinical Insights

Teachable moments
Teachable moments
10/15/2022
In this Q&A, Tyler Morrissey, MD, discusses the results of his recent study examining the use of general anesthesia as a “teachable moment” for pediatric vaccination against seasonal influenza.
10/15/2022
Vaccine
Vaccine
01/23/2022
In this article, John W. Harrington, MD, writes about messaging for annual COVID-19 and influenza vaccines for children, as well as opportunities and pitfalls throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
01/23/2022
Immunizations
Deepak Kaushal
Immunizations
doctor's stories
doctor's stories
11/03/2021
In this commentary, John W. Harrington, MD, writes about his clinical experience as a pediatric health care provider addressing the challenges and the danger involving parents/guardians who refuse to...
11/03/2021
MMR Vaccination
MMR Vaccination
04/30/2021
Infectious Diseases Consultant spoke with Emily P. Hyle, MD, whose recent study suggests that new strategies may be needed to improve MMR vaccination rates among US children who travel internationally. ...
04/30/2021