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Posts Tagged ‘infectious disease’

Summer Vacation & Measles

Sunday, June 12th, 2011

It is the time of year when many families start planning for summer travel.  While trying to decide when and where to go, some families may choose international travel.  If you are planning on travelling outside of the United States, and have infants or toddlers, it is important to be aware of some recommendation just published by the CDC. (more…)

Shingles During Childhood?

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

I recently saw a 2 year old with a most interesting history who then developed a weird rash.   Funny thing, I read an article shortly after seeing this child that described his case perfectly, only wish I had seen this the week before. (more…)

Measles Exposure on an Airplane

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

I know you have read previous blogs on immunizations.  I have re-iterated many times, that despite the perception of some, many vaccine preventable diseases have not been eradicated from the United States and some may just be a “plane ride away”. (more…)

Babies and Infectious Diseases: A Hug Away

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

I had a really unusual case last week.  It is interesting now because all is well, but during this baby’s evaluation there was much concern on everyone’s part. (more…)