Infant Welfare and Immunization

Immunization also called vaccination or shots, is an important way to protect your baby’s health. Vaccinations can prevent more than a dozen serious diseases. Failure to vaccinate may mean putting children at risk for serious and sometimes fatal diseases.


Infants are particularly vulnerable to infections; that is why it is so important to protect them with immunization. Immunizations help prevent the spread of disease and protect infants and toddlers against dangerous complications.


Some vaccine preventable diseases include: 





Hepatitis B

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