vaccination

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Synonyms for vaccination

taking a vaccine as a precaution against contracting a disease

the scar left following inoculation with a vaccine

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Pertussis should be of particular concern for parents of young teens, as childhood immunization against pertussis begins to wear off five to 10 years after the last routine vaccination shot, typically administered when children are between four and six years old.
Pertussis is of particular concern, as childhood immunization against pertussis wears off five to 10 years after the last routine vaccination shot, typically administered when children are between four and six years old.
Many pet owners take dogs to be groomed at the veterinary office, which can be stressful for the dog and the owner, as both associate the sterile office with vaccination shots and sickness.
With the CDC estimating that fewer than 45% of eligible people have actually received flu vaccination shots this season, it is all the more important to use preventive measures such as disinfecting wipes, sprays and liquids on high contact surfaces, said Ernesto Lippert, Global Marketing Director Hygiene & Preservation.
Nurse Bashista continued: "People are just waking up to the dangers of flu-shots and other vaccination shots that we don't question, because 'government' recommends such.
5 million vaccination shots to reach 750,000 children in Lebanon, regardless of nationality.
The animals arrive into Bahrain having had none of their vaccination shots and are bred in poor conditions.
1) Thirty-seven percent of 9-17-year-olds and 16% of 18-26-year-olds had received the first of three HPV vaccination shots between October 2006 and March 2008.
The health ministry had originally bought 94 million individual vaccination shots against the virus at a cost of $1.