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The new state rules also require some additional vaccinations for polio and meningitis, in addition to those already required for tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B and children pox.
Other vaccinations recommended for adults include an annual flu shot, a tetanus booster every 10 years, the shingles vaccine and the pneumococcal pneumonia vaccine.
Infant and maternal tetanus was officially eliminated from the Americas this year, the Pan American Health Organization announced on Thursday.
Some of the consequences include potential for keloids and infections such as hepatitis and tetanus and long-term regret or discomfort revealing tattoos in professional settings.
Hurricane Harvey washed up the old myth that exposure to flood waters can increase risk of contracting tetanus, a potentially lethal infection, Stat News reported.
The website also includes signs once used to warn people of diseases such as whooping cough and a set of forceps used to force open the jaws of people with tetanus, or lockjaw.
All family members should also record the date of their last tetanus-diphtheria shot in this record as well.
So what does Michigan law say about vaccines? The Michigan Public Health Code requires parents to immunize their children against illnesses like polio, diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough).
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