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August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

(Undated) -- August means back to school for many kids, and it's conveniently also National Immunization Awareness Month. Doctor Elaine Schulte with the Cleveland Clinic says there's a few reasons to have your children immunized.
The American Academy of Pediatrics say all vaccines are safe and effective in preventing infectious diseases.
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Doctor Elaine Schulte with the Cleveland Clinic says there is a catch-up schedule for parents who haven't had their children immunized.
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