Car seats, strollers, cribs, breast or bottle feed, daycare. It’s a seemingly endless list of decisions most parents need to make pre-arrival of their baby. Then post-baby, more important decisions have to be made concerning their health and welfare so they can flourish and grow into adulthood.
One way is vaccines. Parents can employ the power of vaccines to control a child’s exposure to polio, chickenpox, rubella and almost a dozen other childhood infections.
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By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]