In today’s guest post, you’ll get overview of common vaccine-related terms and a brief history of the development of vaccines in the United States.Read More
Today’s blog post is brought to you by a guest contributor from MPH@GW, the online Master of Public Health from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University.Read More
What is community immunity, and why is it important? See how community immunity benefits your family as well your community’s most vulnerable populations.Read More
You may hear a lot of conflicting messages about vaccines, so we’re here to cut through the noise and provide answers about vaccine safety.Read More
Hear from a professional on the best ways to protect infants and young children from the recent measles outbreaks in Oregon and Washington.Read More
With the outbreaks of measles in Oregon and Washington, parents are understandably considered.
This blog post explores the concept of “viral shedding,” and explains why the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine does not cause outbreaks of measles.Read More
What are vaccines, and how do they help our bodies fight disease? Read on for a simple analogy that’ll help you sort out what vaccines are, and how they work.Read More