Chickenpox : diseases and the vaccines that prevent them : Information for parents
Published Date:February 2013
Source:Facts for parents : diseases and the vaccines that prevent them
Corporate Authors:American Academy of Family Physicians.
Description:What is whooping cough? -- What are the symptoms of whooping cough? -- How serious is whooping cough? -- How does whooping cough spread? -- What is the DTaP vaccine? -- Why should my child get the DTaP vaccine? -- When should my child get the DTaP vaccine? -- If my child does not get the DTaP vaccine, will he get whooping cough? -- Is the DTaP vaccine safe? -- How can I learn more about the DTaP vaccine?
Describes symptoms of infection as well as benefits and risks of vaccination
Last updated February 2013.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Academy of Family Physicians, and American Academy of Pediatrics strongly recommend all children receive the chickenpox vaccine according to the recommended schedule.
Also called: Chickenpox for parents: the basics.
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