Each year 2.1 million children in the United States aged 1 to 3 years
receive few or no vaccines, according to a new study from the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, in Atlanta, Ga. Undervaccinated children tended
to be black, have a young and unmarried mother without a college degree, live
near the poverty level, and reside in a central city. Unvaccinated children
tended to be white, have a married mother with a college degree, live in a
household with an annual income over $75 000, and have parents concerned
about vaccine safety (Pediatrics. 2004;114:187-195).
Hampton T. Undervaccination of Children. JAMA. 2004;292(8):916. doi:10.1001/jama.292.8.916-a
* * SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE * *
The JAMA Network Sites will be conducting routine maintenance from 10/20/2017 through 10/21/2017. During this window access to content and authentication may be intermittently available. The JAMA Store will be completely unavailable during the maintenance window.