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Immunizing important for children

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Having a little one at home has made me rethink a lot of things that I hadn’t necessarily thought of in quite some time.

For starters since he was a tiny baby we have been getting shots or immunizations for everything from polio and pertussis to chicken pox, among other things.

I can’t remember the last time I even had a tetanus shot, much less anything else. I am even the rebel who has all but refused to get a flu vaccine — my reasoning behind that one is easy though. Until earlier this year I’d never had the flu, so I never saw the need. I rarely get sick, so I just avoided it.

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