Vaccinations are one of the hottest debated topics among parents. And there is a new statistic to keep the debate alive.
The Center for Disease Control recently announced that measles cases tripled to 222 in 2011 compared to only 60 cases per year between 2001-2010. The cause is believed to be associated with international travel- especially by those who are unvaccinated and family concerns around vaccinations.
To learn more about the measles from Carolinas HealthCare System experts and how the World Health Organization is debunking concerns around the MMR vaccine, watch this short video below.