Wellness - General Health | 0-5 yrs

Important Vaccines For Newborn

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Vaccination is an important way to ensure your child remains healthy and free from diseases. But, how do parents, especially new ones, go about it? Do you know that vaccinating children on time is the best way to protect them against many serious and potentially deadly diseases?  

Most parents often get confused and have misconceptions when it comes to vaccinating their children. It is important to follow the Immunisation schedule for the baby. Health experts say that the timing of the vaccination is crucial to ensure that the child develops immunity for a given disease at the correct age.

Go through this ClipBook to know about the different types of important vaccines for children and some less known vaccines.

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