A study published in JAMA found that getting a flu shot during pregnancy does not raise the risk that a child will have early health complications.
Rabies is a deadly viral disease transmitted to humans almost exclusively by animal bites. Reviewed by a board-certified infectious disease physician.
If your child is experiencing congestion, a cough, or fever, along with fussiness, they could have the flu. Learn more about flu symptoms in babies.
Babies receive numerous vaccinations during their first four months of life. While the majority are without incident, a few have caused reactions
During the 6-month well-baby visit, babies are scheduled to receive vaccines to protect against harmful diseases. Learn more about 6-month vaccines.
People who received the single-dose vaccine could greatly benefit from a booster shot, Johnson & Johnson says.
Immediate first aid and medical attention after an animal bite can treat a rabies infection and prevent complications and death from occurring.
Babies are scheduled to receive vaccinations during their 2-month appointment. Learn more about the 2-month vaccines and rare side effects.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common illness in babies/young children. Learn its symptoms, why it can be serious, and how to prevent it.
When given prenatally, the Tdap vaccine passes antibodies to the fetus. Learn about its role in preventing pertussis in young babies.
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