DTaP shots work better in the thigh; Kids of Spanish-speaking parents less likely to receive HPV vaccine;

> European regulators say a homeopathic pharmacy needs to stop advertising sugar pills labeled as childhood vaccines. Story

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> Children are less likely to develop bad reactions to the DTaP vaccine if they receive it in their thigh instead of in their arm. Report (sub. req.)

> Kids of Spanish-speaking parents are less likely to receive the HPV vaccine. News

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