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|Childhood Immunization Schedule
|Vaccine Safety Information for Parents
|Vaccine Safety Concerns
|Diseases & the Vaccines that Prevent Them
|Common Questions Parents Ask about Infant Immunizations
|Common Questions About Vaccine Safety
|Immunizations for School Entry
|Parents' Guide to Childhood Immunizations
|What would happen if we stopped vaccinations?
|Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program
|Delaware Healthy Children Program
You can protect your children against disease by having them vaccinated. Vaccination (also called immunization or baby shots) starts at birth. Protect your children by getting them all the recommended vaccinations on time.
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