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Health Tip of the Day

Are Your Children Protected?

Children need immunizations to protect them from deadly, preventable diseases such as whooping cough and measles, says the Council on Family Health. And they need them before age 2. Check with your children's health care provider to make sure your children have all the necessary shots.