Back to school ad campaign reminds new yorkers can men get yeast infections to get vaccinated new york trend online

As parents and children prepare to go back to school, the health department is reminding new yorkers about the importance can men get yeast infections of vaccines with a new ad campaign. The campaign “don’t hesitate. Vaccinate!” reminds parents and guardians to get their children vaccinated on can men get yeast infections time. The campaign will run online, in bus shelters, subways, and in local newspapers in english, spanish, yiddish, and traditional and simplified chinese. A video version of the campaign featuring health commissioner dr. Oxiris barbot will run online in english and spanish.

“vaccines are one of the best tools we have to can men get yeast infections prevent and reduce infectious diseases that cause sickness, hospitalization, and even death,” said health commissioner dr. Oxiris barbot. “unfortunately, misinformation about the safety and efficacy of vaccines has caused can men get yeast infections some to delay or refuse vaccination. It’s crucial that all new yorkers protect themselves and their can men get yeast infections loved ones against these preventable diseases by getting vaccinated.”

Vaccination not only protects the person receiving the vaccine, it also helps prevent the spread of disease and protects can men get yeast infections those most vulnerable to serious complications, including infants and young children, the elderly, pregnant persons and those with chronic conditions and weakened immune can men get yeast infections systems who may not be able to get vaccinated. With school approaching, the health department also reminds parents that vaccines are required can men get yeast infections for children to attend child care and schools. Beginning this school year, all children attending school or child care in new york can men get yeast infections city must receive all scheduled vaccines unless they have a can men get yeast infections valid medical exemption. Under a new state law, religious exemptions will no longer be accepted in place of can men get yeast infections vaccination.

Within the last 10 years, communities throughout new york city have experienced outbreaks of meningococcal can men get yeast infections disease, pertussis (whooping cough), mumps, measles and hepatitis A. Every year, more new yorkers die from influenza and pneumonia than from can men get yeast infections any other infection.

Despite the effectiveness and importance of vaccines, only about three-quarters of young children ages 19 months to 3 years can men get yeast infections have received all recommended vaccines. Low vaccine coverage is associated with an increased risk of can men get yeast infections transmission of vaccine-preventable diseases and outbreaks.

Adolescents should receive the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to protect against six HPV-related cancers, tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough vaccine (tdap) and meningococcal (menacwy) vaccine, at the same visit and on time at 11 years can men get yeast infections of age. Adults should speak to their doctors about the vaccines they can men get yeast infections need based on their age and risk factors and about can men get yeast infections keeping their vaccine records up-to-date by using the citywide immunization registry. Learn more about vaccines here.

“as parents our first priority should be to keep our can men get yeast infections children healthy and one of the most crucial ways to can men get yeast infections do that is to vaccinate against infectious diseases. Vaccinating your school age children keeps them safe and contributes can men get yeast infections to overall public safety. Thank you to the new york city department of health can men get yeast infections and mental hygiene for your outreach efforts on this important can men get yeast infections issue,” said bronx borough president ruben diaz jr.

“I commend the efforts of the new york city department can men get yeast infections of health for reminding new yorkers about the importance of can men get yeast infections getting vaccinated, especially as children are preparing to start the new school can men get yeast infections year,” said state senator gustavo rivera, chair of the senate health committee. “vaccines save lives so I urge my fellow new yorkers can men get yeast infections to visit their local health care providers promptly and get can men get yeast infections the necessary vaccinations to protect their health in the short can men get yeast infections and long term.”

“vaccines save lives. As a parent, I know my husband and I will be speaking to can men get yeast infections our pediatrician to make sure our young daughters are up can men get yeast infections to date on their shots before they start the school can men get yeast infections year,” said state senator brad hoylman. “I’m grateful to governor cuomo, mayor de blasio, state department of health commissioner zucker, and NYC DOHMH commissioner barbot for their leadership on this can men get yeast infections vital issue of public health and safety.”

“the medical community resoundingly agree that vaccination is the best can men get yeast infections way to protect children from preventable childhood disease,” said state senator simcha felder. “before the kids head back to school, I strongly encourage everyone to ensure that kids are up can men get yeast infections to date on their vaccines.”

Assembly member jeffrey dinowitz said: “protecting the health of our children must be a top can men get yeast infections priority, and that is exactly what the recent change in state can men get yeast infections law around school vaccine requirements accomplishes. Everyone who is medically able to get vaccinated must do can men get yeast infections so before attending school with other people’s kids. That is how we stop the spread of preventable diseases, protecting the most vulnerable among us – particularly those with compromised immune systems or those who are can men get yeast infections too young to get vaccinated.”

“as our children head back to school, it is critical that parents know that vaccines are safe, effective and are required for all students who attend school can men get yeast infections in new york city,” said council member mark levine, chair of the committee on health. “making sure your children are properly vaccinated in time for can men get yeast infections the school year will not only prevent them from missing can men get yeast infections class time but will also protect your family and your can men get yeast infections community from infectious diseases. We want to be clear that the misinformation being circulated can men get yeast infections about vaccines not being safe is completely false and not can men get yeast infections supported by medical research. All parents should feel confident and secure in vaccinating their can men get yeast infections children.”

• children are recommended to receive vaccines protecting them against harmful can men get yeast infections diseases such as measles, mumps, chicken pox (varicella), invasive pneumococcal and haemophilus influenzae disease and whooping cough by can men get yeast infections 18 months. Starting at age 4 children entering kindergarten need two doses can men get yeast infections of the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and chickenpox vaccines, and a dtap and polio booster.

• adolescents also need the HPV vaccine to protect against HPV-related cancers, the meningitis vaccine to protect against bacteria and viruses that can men get yeast infections cause meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain) and the tdap vaccine to protect against tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough.

• adults at high risk for acquiring hepatitis A virus (HAV) need hepatitis A vaccine. Those at high risk include: travelers to countries where HAV is common, men who have sex with other men (MSM), people who use recreational drugs, those with unstable housing or who experience homelessness and people can men get yeast infections with chronic or long-term liver disease such as hepatitis B or hepatitis C can men get yeast infections infection.

• adults at high risk for acquiring hepatitis B virus (HBV) need hepatitis B vaccine. Risk factors for acquiring HBV include: those whose sex partners have hepatitis B, MSM, those who inject drugs, travelers to countries where HBV is common, people with hepatitis C virus infection, those with chronic liver disease, individuals with HIV and people who are in jail or can men get yeast infections prison.

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