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Vaccines are safe, effective, and may save your child’s life. Vaccines not only protect your child from diseases such as polio, tetanus, or the measles, they help to protect your family and the community. Widespread vaccination provides hope to future generations by reducing or eliminating many diseases.
Cincinnati Children's families and employees share why they chose to vaccinate their children and why you should as well.
Our researchers have been working hard on vaccines to help fight COVID-19, and we want to share answers to your questions and address concerns about the vaccines that can lead us out of the pandemic.
The reasons why we should stay 6 feet apart — and how a kid can visualize 6 feet.
Did you know that sometimes when people get sick it’s because of tiny things called germs?
It’s a little like being a superhero. In fact, it’s a lot like that.
Being worried, confused or scared during difficult times is normal. It’s how we choose to react to those feelings that’s important.
Well-child visits aren’t only safe but ensure kids get the vaccines, screenings and developmental checkups that are critical to health.
Top 12 things to remember about flu and the flu vaccine.
We've got 11 questions for you about vaccines and vaccine history at Cincinnati Children. If you want to feel happy, don’t miss the bonus question.
Cincinnati Children's has a long history in the fight against infectious diseases, from encephalitis and polio to the rotavirus and COVID-19.
Read and watch news stories about Cincinnati Children's and vaccines.