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Even if you're not, make sure your child's immunizations are

(NewsUSA) - One thing that never goes out of style is making sure your children are in good health. And the best platform for that is a timely and accurate immunization schedule.

Many childhood and adolescent diseases haven't gone the way of leisure suits and are still present today. But you can help make them part of the past with regular visits to your child's pediatrician to ensure that their immunization schedule is up-to-date.

Your kids will never understand how things were when you grew up. But they'll always think it's cool that you helped them grow up healthy. To find a pediatrician who is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, visit www.aap.org.

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