Wellness Highlight- August is National Immunization Awareness Month
This annual observance helps to highlight the importance of preventing the onset of disease and infection. Everyone has the power to protect themselves, their families, and our communities against serious conditions like measles, the flu, hepatitis, HPV, and more with recommended vaccines. The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases created an easy-to-read immunization schedule. To view this immunization schedule, check out the link here. Staying current on recommended vaccinations for all ages is a key part of personal, family, and community health. Contact your primary care to make sure you are up to date on immunizations this month. For more resources and information about our immunization program here in Alaska take a look at the Alaska Department of Health’s website.
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