Jul 192010
 

READ THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE AT YAHOO NEWS NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – There is little need to worry about serious side effects if your toddler is getting vaccinated against whooping cough, researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday. “Our findings provide reassuring evidence that the vaccine is not associated with acute seizure events and is safe for routine immunization in early childhood,” they write in the journal Pediatrics. An earlier version of the vaccine — which also protects against diphtheria and tetanus — had stoked concern, because it tripled the risk of fever-related ———->FULL ARTICLE