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Vaccines for the Whole Family – Dr. Patti Olusola

Posted By Paul Gleiser On September 9, 2012 @ 3:00 pm In Immunization,Vaccines & Side Effects | Comments Disabled

At one time in human history, infectious diseases constituted one of the largest single health problems. Today, because of modern vaccines, infectious diseases that at one time brought widespread suffering and premature death, are now effectively a non-factor for most people. But keeping current on vaccinations is essential all through life, as the U.T. Health Center at Tyler’s Dr. Patti Olusola explains in this post to HealthConnection.TV.

What vaccinations must be received or kept up to date in order for children to enroll in school? (first question)

Why has there been controversy regarding childhood vaccinations in recent years? (skip to 0:49)

What are the risks for children who don’t get immunized? (skip to 1:37)

Are there vaccines that teenagers need to have? (skip to 2:28)

Which vaccines are important for adults to keep current? (skip to 2:58)

Can the vaccines we received as children wear off over time? (skip to 4:00)

Baby boomers can almost all be identified by the scar from a smallpox vaccination, usually on the left arm. What happened to this vaccination? (skip to 4:26)

If a doctor doesn’t bring up the subject of vaccinations, should the patient ask? (skip to 5:03)

What research is being done now for likely vaccines in the future? (skip to 5:33)

 


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