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AAP​
HPV Vaccine 

HPV Vaccine    "HPV vaccine is an amazing tool to protect our younger generation against many types of cancer," @DrStager on @NPR

AAP ​
HPV Vaccine

HPV Routine Vaccine Study ​

  HPV vaccines best advised as routine preventative care, Pediatrics study concludes. http://ow.ly/Nrcq306PzbL
CDC
HPV Vaccine​
InfographicReason 1 to get #HPVvaccine for your child: HPV is a common virus that infects men and women.
CDC
HPV Vaccine​
InfographicReason 2 to get #HPVvaccine for your child: HPV vaccination works.
​CDC
HPV Vaccine
#DidYouKnow theres a vaccine that can protect your kids from cancer? Talk to your childs doctor about HPV vaccine at their next appt.​​
CDC
HPV Vaccine​
Most parents are choosing to get the first dose of HPV vaccine to protect their children from cancers caused by HPV infections. Are your kids protected?
​CDC
HPV Vaccine
6 in 10 children are getting the 1st dose of #HPVvaccine. See 6 reasons to get HPV vaccine for your child.
CDC
HPV Vaccine​
#HPV is a common virus that infects men and womend. See 6 reasons to get #HPVvaccine for your child.
http://ow.ly/Otyf30fPkYT​

AAP Interactive ​
Infographic

AAP Interactive Infographic 

 

Is your community protected from vaccine-preventable diseases? Use AAP's new tool to know @SeattleMamaDoc http://ow.ly/ZLQN306K  #AAPvoices

​AAP
Influenza

Protect with Flu Vaccine

  Getting the #fluvax is an important way to protect the most vulnerable members of our communities. #FightFlu https://immunizations.aap.org
 
AAP
Influenza​
National Rates of InfluenzaIs your child's environment safe against the flu? AAP's new map shows vaccination across America. #FightFlu https://immunizations.aap.
org/
CDC
Influenza
Share on TwitterGet your #flu shot & make sure loved ones 6 months and older get a flu shot too. http://ow.ly/2QdW30go2em ​​
CDC
Influenza
Share on Twitter​​​
Tragically, CDC reports the 1st pediatric death from #flu this season. Protect your child with a flu shot. #FightFlu http://ow.ly/y5qI30gfMCo 
CDC
Influenza
Share on TwitterA #flu vaccine is safe and important for your child’s health. @CDCgov & @AmerAcadPeds recommend flu vaccines for kids 6 months and older.​
CDC
Influenza
Share on TwitterKnow what’s scary? #Flu! It's a serious disease & anyone can get it–even healthy children. #GetVaccinated to help #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza
Share on TwitterA yearly #flu vaccine is the best way to prevent flu illness. https://go.usa.gov/xRpeM #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter
Take 3 actions to #FightFlu: a yearly flu vaccine, everyday preventive actions & antivirals as recommended. https://go.usa.gov/xRpeJ
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CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter
Flu vaccines reduce #flu illness, doctor visits, missed work & school, and flu-related hospitalizations. https://go.usa.gov/xRpeM
CDC
Influenza​
Share on TwitterCDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get a #flu vaccine every year, by the end of October if possible. #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​​Flu can be a serious illness for even healthy people. Protect yourself. Get a flu shot this season. #FightFlu ​​
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​There are many #flu vaccine options for 2017-18. Talk to your doctor about which is best for you & your loved ones. https://go.usa.gov/xRpeM 
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​ CDC recommends getting your flu vaccine by the end of October, if possible. #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​It takes about 2 weeks after vaccination for your body to develop an immune response to #FightFlu. https://go.usa.gov/xRpt4
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​#Flu seasons are hard to predict. Protect yourself & your loved ones by getting a flu vaccine every year. 
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​Protecting yourself from #flu also protects the people around you. #FightFlu with a flu vaccine. 
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter#Flu vaccine is offered in many locations: doctor’s offices, clinics, health dpts & pharmacies. Find a vax near you: http://vaccine.healthmap.org/
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​Flu vaccine does NOT cause flu. Flu shot side effects that may occur are: sore arm, low-grade fever, or achiness. Get a flu shot. #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​#FightFlu this season: get a flu shot, take everyday preventive actions, and take antiviral drugs if prescribed. https://go.usa.gov/xRpeJ
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​Children younger than 6 months are too young for the flu vaccine. Make sure the people around them are vaccinated. https://go.usa.gov/xRptU
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​#Flu vaccination is the most important action to prevent flu in your family. https://go.usa.gov/xRptp
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​ #Flu​ can be serious for kids & can lead to hospitalization or death. Protect your kids w/ a flu vaccine. https://go.usa.gov/xRptX #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​Protect your child from #flu​ this season. Talk to your child’s doctor about getting them a flu shot. #FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​People 6 months and older are recommended to get a #flu vaccine every year. https://go.usa.gov/xRptX ​#FightFlu
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​​A 2014 CDC study showed flu vaccination reduced a child’s risk of flu-related intensive care hospitalization by 74%. https://go.usa.gov/xRptw
​CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​Recent @CDCFlu study: flu vaccination reduces deaths, ICU admissions, and length of hospital stays. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xRptf
CDC
Influenza​
Share on Twitter​​Research shows flu vaccine reduced risk of flu-associated deaths by 65% in healthy children. More from @CDCgov: https://go.usa.gov/xRptG
CDC
Influenza​
Share on ​Twitter​​A #flu​ vaccine is safe and important for your child’s health. @CDCgov & @AmerAcadPeds recommend flu vaccines for kids 6 months and older. 


 

AAP / Healthychildren.org Why I Vax

W​hy Parents​ ​Vaccinate Read why these parents choose to vaccinate & keep our communities healthy. http://ow.ly/4mXtoF  #WhyIVax  

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Mom: Anne Lee

 

As a parent, Anne Lee shares why she chose to vaccinate. http://ow.ly/4n6MGY  #WhyIVax  

AAP / Healthychildren.org Why I Vax.org

Mom: Erika Edmiston

Parents share their stories on why they choose to vaccinate. http://ow.ly/4n6MbJ  #WhyIVax  

AAP / Healthychildren.org
Why I Vax

Dad: Travis Harmon

Parents are sharing why they chose to vaccinate. Learn more. http://ow.ly/4mHFXQ  #WhyIVax  

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Mom, Cassie Thompson, shares #WhyIVax: http://ow.ly/4mHFXQ   

 

Generations United ​
Vaccine Discussions

Families Discussing Vaccines

 

Discuss the importance of vax with family Here's an intergen guide to get you started. http://buff.ly/2foyhFQ  #bandAGEofhonor

Generations United​
Influenza, Pertussis

Protecting Loved ones

 

#DYK the flu is 1 of 3 illnesses passed between older & younger generations? http://buff.ly/2gUa0Zd  #getvax #bandAGEofhonor

Generations United​
Vaccine Support

Valuing Vaccination Across Generations 

 

Protect your family. Get everyone vaccinated! #bandAGEofhonor #WhyIVax #VaxWithMe http://bandageofhonor.org

Generation United​
Vaccine Support

Dr Dryer

 

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@AmerAcadPeds' Immediate Past President Dr. Benard P. Dreyer knows the value of vaccines for all ages! #bandAGEofhonor

Generations United​
Meningococcal

Meningitis meme


Protect against Meningitis #bandAGEofhonor

 

Videos ​to Sh​are​

Pediatricia​​n Videos

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Dr Manny Doyne
(vaccine schedule)

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Listen to pediatrician Dr. Manny Doyne discuss the vaccine schedule
Dr Rebecca Brady
(vaccine ingredients)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZitiIEPZLvo Listen to pediatrician Dr. Rebecca Brady discuss vaccine ingredients
Dr Wendy Sue Swanson
(General Vaccine Safety)

https://youtu.be/4MUOuE75k5g

 

Pediatrician @SeattleMamaDoc Wendy Sue Swanson provides an overview of vaccines & their safety
Dr Wendy Sue Swanson
(Chicken Pox)

https://youtu.be/-GmokqeKO2k

 

Pediatrician @SeattleMamaDoc Wendy Sue Swanson explains why the chicken pox vaccine is important!​​
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