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2011 Archived Topics

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December

Guidelines.

Guidelines (No longer available)
Protect Vaccines and Protect Patients

 

Order Materials.

Order Materials
Free Posters Available in Multiple Languages

 

Order Materials.

Chickenpox
What You Need to Know about Chickenpox

 

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November

Seasonal Flu.

Get Vaccinated
Protect Yourself & Loved Ones from Flu

 

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September/October

Flu virus.

Influenza (Flu) Viruses
Learn about the Viruses that Cause Flu

 

Elementary school children.

School Vaccines
Is Your Child Up to Date on Vaccines?

 

Two teens.

NIS-Teen
National Report Card on Teen Vaccine Coverage

 

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August

Adults showing their bandaids

Adult Vaccines
You Never Outgrow the Need for Vaccines

 

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July

Group of teens.

Teen Vaccines
Preteens and teens still need vaccines!

 

Family Traveling.

Travel Protection
Vaccines Help Provide Travel Protection

 

Doctor with baby

Vaccine Impact
Great Public Health Achievements, 2001-10

 

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June

Yoga.

Adult Vaccination
Older Adults Need Vaccine Protection

 

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May

Mother holding baby.

Mumps
Be Sure Your Child Is Fully Immunized

 

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April

Lady on computer

Health-e-Cards
New eCards Promote Vaccines Electronically

 

Infant.

Protect Infants
National Infant Immunization Week is April 23-30

 

Two adults who just got vaccinated.

Adult Booster
2011 Vaccine Recommendations for Adults

 

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March

Father with infant.

Polio Facts
Vaccine Success Keeps US Polio-Free

 

Father with infant.

VFC Program
Program Helps Uninsured & Underinsured Kids

 

Father with infant.

Children & Teens
Updated Vaccine Recommendations

 

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January/February

Mother holding infant.

Rubella Vaccine
MMR: Make Sure Your Child Is Fully Immunized

 

boy with inhaler.

Pneumonia
Pneumonia Can Be Prevented

 

Man and woman boating.

Shingles
Learn about Disease & Vaccine on New Site

 

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