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Don't Ask, Just Tell Parents When It's Time for Vaccines: Study

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Don't Ask, Just Tell Parents When It's Time for Vaccines: Study

November 04, 2013

http://consumer.healthday.com/general-health-information-16/doctor-news-206/doctor-s-approach-can-make-difference-in-parents-vaccine-choices-681695.html

 

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The way a doctor talks about vaccines can make a difference in whether or not parents resist shots for their child, new research suggests. Study author Dr. Douglas Opel, of Seattle Children’s, explains how conversation matters.

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