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Mumps Infographic

While mumps rarely results in death (mortality), it was once a very common infection (morbidity) in the United States. The awful misery of a swollen salivary gland or two could last a week or more. Feel free to download and share without modification.

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Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib) Infographic

Hib (Haemophilus influenzae type B) is hardly a household word, but the bacterium can be very nasty to young children. A vaccine was introduced in 1985, and since then rates of severe Hib infections have decreased more than 90% in areas where the vaccine is routine. Feel free to download and share without modification.

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Hepatitis B Infographic

People often wonder: why give my newborn a hepatitis B vaccine, if hep B is sexually transmitted? True, it is. But it can also be contracted during childbirth by the baby from her mother (who unknowingly carries the virus). A child can even contract the hep B virus from another child via a bite to […]

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Tetanus/Lockjaw Infographic

I have read some alarming myths about tetanus among anti-vaccine writers. The most dangerous one is the idea that if the wound bleeds (or you pour hydrogen peroxide into it), the tetanus bacteria all die because they are anaerobic. Not even close. Bacteria are very small, and Clostridium tetani needs only a very small space […]

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Science Coloring Page

A Science coloring page. This is all free-hand drawn by me, in black ink, on 17″ by 11″ white bristol board paper. It took about 6 hours to complete. Click for PDF © 2016 Dawn Pedersen. You are welcome to download and print this PDF for coloring and/or display. Please do not redistribute it, republish it, or […]