Fast Facts for Families
Fast Facts for Families: What Every Childcare Provider Should Know About Immunization
Illustrates that, in order for young children to be safe from vaccine-preventable diseases, children and everyone caring for them must be up-to-date on their immunizations.
Fast Facts for Families: Pertussis, A Family Affair
Explains how immunity against pertussis (whooping cough) is only obtained after a child has received all of the required doses. Illustrates the importance of immunization for everyone in contact with infants and small children.
Fast Facts for Families: What You Should Know About Jaundice Management
Explains detection and treatment of jaundice in newborns. Relays the importance of a bilirubin test for babies before leaving the hospital and again within 48 hours after discharge.
Fast Facts for Families: What You Need to Know About Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Educates about RSV, a major cause of respiratory illness in infants and young children.
Fast Facts for Families Baby Your Oral Health: What You Need to Know About Oral Health and Pregnancy (2005)
Outlines the importance of practicing good oral health habits before and during pregnancy in order to prevent premature birth.
Fast Facts: What You Should Know About Short Cervix & Preterm Birth
Provides an overview of cervical length and explains why screening for short cervix in moms-to-be with an at-risk medical history may help reduce the chance for early labor and birth.