Archive for October 5th, 2016

Not Vaccinated? No Kisses!

  Grandparents and friends of newborn babies are getting their¬†Tdap vaccine – said to offer the best prevention for adults against pertussis, tetanus, and diphtheria. It’s for the pertussis part of the vaccine (whooping cough) that they are being vaccinated. This practice of vaccinating friends and family of the new baby is called Cocooning – ¬†under the premise that in doing so, the infant will be protected from getting whooping […]

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