Get vaccinated against whooping cough during pregnancy

There are only certain vaccines pregnant women can safely receive, including the Tdap, influenza and hepatitis B vaccines. — Positive Parenting

Pertussis or whooping cough is on the rise, and this disease can be deadly for infants.

Vaccination during pregnancy is one way mothers can provide early protection to their baby.

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