Parents PACK Newsletter

Parents PACK is a monthly e-newsletter for anyone who wants information about vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases. Each issue provides timely vaccine information, a feature article, vaccine questions and answers, information about immunizations around the world and a trivia question.

Past issues of Parents PACK newsletter

Read 2024 issues online

  • July | PDF
    JN-what? KP-what? Unscrambling the COVID-19 vaccine story
  • June | PDF
    Empty chairs at dinner tables
  • May | PDF
    Do vaccines cause chronic diseases?
  • April | PDF
    Are mRNA vaccines a type of gene therapy?
  • March | PDF
    Getting vaccinated as an adult: What should I know?
  • February | PDF
    Deadly decisions?
  • January | PDF
    Vaccines during pregnancy: The history and reasons behind the recommendations

Read 2023 issues online

  • September | PDF
    A new vaccine … and it’s for adults! Find out more about RSV and the vaccine.
  • June | PDF
    COVID-19 vaccine: What’s in the vial?
  • April | PDF
    How many trivia questions about vaccine ingredients can you answer?
  • March | PDF
    Does my child benefit from a COVID-19 vaccine?

For other 2023 issues of Parents PACK, please check our archive.

Read 2022 issues online

  • November | PDF
    Flu vaccine: What’s in the vial?
  • May | PDF
    No. This study does not prove what you think it does: Part III
  • April | PDF
    No. This study does not prove what you think it does: Part II
  • March | PDF
    No. This study does not prove what you think it does: Part I

For other 2022 issues of Parents PACK, please check our archive.

Read 2021 issues online

For other 2021 issues of Parents PACK, please check our archive.

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Materials in this section are updated as new information and vaccines become available. The Vaccine Education Center staff regularly reviews materials for accuracy.

You should not consider the information in this site to be specific, professional medical advice for your personal health or for your family's personal health. You should not use it to replace any relationship with a physician or other qualified healthcare professional. For medical concerns, including decisions about vaccinations, medications and other treatments, you should always consult your physician or, in serious cases, seek immediate assistance from emergency personnel.