Learn About National Infant Immunization Week at the #CDCvax Twitter Party

When? Wednesday, Apr 30 @ 1pm - 2pm (EST)
Where? Twitter Chat

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While it can be easy to think of vaccine-preventable diseases - such as measles or whooping cough - as issues of the past, most of these diseases still persist around the world. Just last year, in 2013, 189 people in the U.S. reported having measles, the largest reported outbreak in the U.S. since 1996.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), an annual observance to highlight the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases and to celebrate the achievements of immunization programs in promoting healthy communities throughout the United States.

The Motherhood is joining The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in sharing how immunizations early in life can help protect children from 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old. We'll be providing the CDC’s recommended immunization schedules, along with interesting facts and helpful tips.

Join us to learn more and share tips of your own for managing your family's vaccinations and overall health! 
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@All_My_Tweeets Jayne Perry

Maybe it will spur a real discussion and answers. I held and comforted my 4mo old relative while he had seizures over and over immediately after the DPT. My child had the same vac as her sister and her immunity was quadruple the level that it should have been. Why! I am pro vaccine BUT i am pro ...

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@Kanela1 Norma Fuentes

As a child, I was not vaccinated. I possessed a healthy childhood (had the common cold but nothing serious). As an adult, I was advice by my PCP to take the DTap, flu and Tetanus vaccines, 2 years ago due to the absent of the spleen. However, I had never had any infections or serious illness after i ...

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