Healthy Pregnancy Tips from CDC [:06]



Getting the flu and whooping cough (Tdap) vaccines can help protect you and your baby. Vaccines are an important part of every pregnancy because they help protect you and your baby from preventable diseases. Talk to your doctor about vaccination during pregnancy. Learn more by visiting https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pregnancy/

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