State health officials are reminding parents of new immunization requirements for their children to enter school this fall.
INDIANAPOLIS | Northwest Indiana education and health leaders will work together next month to provide child health screenings and enroll children in health insurance programs.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier parents will no longer need to rely on a list of dates handwritten by a doctor to know whether their child has received all of his or her vaccinations.
The immunization rates are higher for Indiana teens because of school public health requirements, which is good news. Public health will be improved as a result.
In complaining about the state's immunization database, a parent in St. John Township inadvertently showed precisely why such a registry should exist.
What if your healthy, playful child, grandchild, niece or nephew suddenly died of a serious disease like pertussis (or whooping cough)? What if the death could have been prevented if those around him or her had been vaccinated? What would you do and how would you feel?
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