The current measles outbreak in the United States is a big concern for parents with children who may be around unvaccinated children, and those concerns loom larger in many pockets of Colorado.
As vaccine skeptics fight laws that would force more parents to inoculate their kids, they are finding unexpected allies in conservative Republicans, including in Colorado.
The Measles outbreak is a big concern for parents with children who may be around unvaccinated children. One local clinic is hoping to ease those parents’ fears.
One state lawmakers is considering bringing back a controversial bill that would make it harder for parents to opt out of vaccinations for their children.
The highest number of measles cases in 20 years has federal health officials concerned.
A modest attempt to boost Colorado vaccination rates has been signed into law.
Colorado lawmakers advanced a proposal to make it harder to send kids to school without vaccinations.
Colorado is experiencing the worst flu season since 2009, especially for young adults.
The decision to vaccinate a child is a personal one, but in New York City the health board recently passed a mandatory flu shot plan for some children under six.
We are heading into cold and flu season and there have been more than a thousand cases of whooping cough so far this year.