CDC: Whooping cough vaccine rates during pregnancy fall short
from HealthDay News
To protect newborns from whooping cough, U.S. health officials advise all women to get vaccinated against the infection during pregnancy. But researchers report that too few do. This Michigan-based study of women covered by Medicaid — the publicly funded insurance program for the poor — found only 14 percent got the shot while pregnant.
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