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Governor Brown Signs Vaccination Bill

After being passed in the Legislature, Governor Jerry Brown signed the Mandatory School Vaccination bill into law. Schoolchidlren in the state of California now cannot enroll into Public School unless they have been vaccinated against diseases such as Measles and Whooping Cough. There remains an exemption for children who have ...

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Measles Parties Dangerous, According to Dept of Public Health
Posted 2/10/2015 9:44:00 AM

Doctors are warning parents not to have "measles parties" to expose children to the disease. The California Department of Public Health is urging parents not to revive the practice aimed at building immunity in children. Doctors say such events are not a substitution for vaccination and can be very dangerous. Such parties could also spread the disease even further. The highly contagious respiratory disease has spread to multiple states after breaking out at Disneyland in December, infecting more than 100 people so far.

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