The new 1997 Red Book

    The American Academy of Pediatrics just released the new 1997 Red Book...with all the latest recommendations for pediatric infectious diseases and immunizations.

    They now say it's okay to give tetracycline to children as young as age 8...instead of 9.

    There's more emphasis on immunizing adolescents against hepatitis B...and less stringent contraindications for giving MMR to children allergic to eggs.

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