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BOX: Common questions parents ask about infant immunizations.
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Q: Is it OK for my baby to have so many shots at once?
A: Studies show that kid’s bodies, including infants, can handle many shots at once. A combination of vaccines can protect your child against more than one disease with a single shot reducing the number of shots your child will need.
Q: Don’t infants have natural immunity?
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