Is Your Child Getting Vaccinated on Time?

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By Molly Clifton

A new study finds nearly half of children under two are not getting vaccinated on time.

One reason: some parents delay shots - believing its healthier to spread them out.

But doctors at Kaiser Permanente say kids not vaccinated on time are considered "undervaccinated."

Undervaccinated kids are at a higher risk of catching preventable diseases.

 





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