Last week, the CDC updated their guidelines for people that are fully vaccinated. To be considered fully vaccinated, two weeks must have passed since receiving the second of the two-shot series of the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, or two weeks after the single Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The CDC shares: If you are fully vaccinated,… Continue reading CDC Updates Guidelines For Those That Are Fully Vaccinated
Last week, we shared about the importance of a flu vaccine, especially this year with the coronavirus circulating throughout the country and worldwide. The topic of the flu vaccine may also bring into question what other vaccines are necessary, their effects and potential risks. Here is general information provided by the CDC and the National… Continue reading Vaccine Recommendations
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted disease. There are more than 100 types of HPV; many are harmless and go away on their own. Thirteen types of HPV can lead to cancer, and are called "high-risk HPV". Despite the prevalence of HPV, studies show that most American adults don't realize the health dangers that HPV can lead to- mainly the variety of cancers linked to HPV.
For decades, there has been a build up of players on both sides of the fence- to get vaccinated or not? This remains a hot topic, with plenty of erroneous information available to confuse the situation. Naturally, questions about vaccines continue to surface as a result of the contradictory information.
For decades, there has been a build up of players on both sides of the fence- to get vaccinated or not? Because of this, laws were adopted in many states allowing parents the right to "opt out" for their children. According to a recent article in the August 13, 2018 Arizona Daily Star, Arizona law… Continue reading To Vaccinate Or Not?