U.S. Pharmacist Vaccine

August 2018

TDAP Vaccine Protects Newborns From
Whooping Cough

A new study emphasizes the importance of expectant mothers getting the TDAP vaccine during the third trimester of pregnancy. Learn how much vaccine reduced whooping cough cases and hospitalizations and why correct timing is so important.

RZV Appears Safe to Co-Administer With Pneumonia
Vaccine in Older Adults

No need for older adults to make extra trips to the pharmacy to receive pneumonia and shingles vaccine. A study repoted in the journal Vaccine finds no safety concerns with co-administration of the adjuvanted recombinant zoster vaccine (RZV) with the 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV23). Here are more details.

Intranasal Influenza Vaccine an Option for Upcoming
Influenza Season

An influenza vaccine option often preferred by children is back on the table. The CDC now expresses no preference for influenza vaccine, whether inactivated, recombinant, or  intranasally administered live attenuated. Find out what prompted the change in recommendations.

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