Low Vaccination Rate in Young Children - Health Channel


Low Vaccination Rate in Young Children | Living Minute

Studies show the vaccine rate in young children, ages 5-to 11, has dropped significantly since the shots were first approved. Researchers believe that may have to do with parental anxiety, but studies show that there are fewer vaccine side effects in young children than there are in teenagers and others who get the shots.

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