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Information updated: January 17, 2014
Dr. Danielle Zerr discusses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) updated flu vaccine recommendations for children, and offers parents advice on ways to protect their children from the flu.
See how to teach your child proper hand hygiene behaviors.
Seattle Children’s Dr. Danielle Zerr discusses a new study suggesting there's a way moms can lower influenza's toll on babies — by getting the shots before they're even born.
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