News/Outbreaks


Every Child By Two Co-founder and President Rosalynn Carter Celebrates 90th Birthday

Mrs. Carter continues to inspire all who know her through her persistent commitment to the health and well-being of people throughout the world. Her compassion for those in need is the motivating...


Raising Awareness of Viral Hepatitis on World Hepatitis Day

Viral hepatitis is a major health problem and one of the leading causes of death globally.  Approximately 1.34 million people die each year and million others are infected, most...


Updates from June 2017 Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices

Recently, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) met to discuss several important developments concerning vaccines. This included a discussion of vaccine research and scientific data related to...


Every Child By Two Delivers Critical Message to Legislators

Every Child By Two will also be making a special presentation on Capitol Hill today, alongside experts from the CDC, AAP and Children’s National Health System. The panelists will discuss...


What Parents of Every Teen Should Know About Meningitis

While anyone can contract meningococcal disease, adolescents and young adults are among the population who have a higher risk for the disease due to their lifestyle factors. Learn...


Why Should Vaccinated Individuals Worry About Measles Outbreaks?

The United States is well on our way to a record year for measles cases.  So far in 2017, we’re on track to see more cases this year than last...


March for Science, Chant for Vaccines

If you value vaccines and plan to show your support by participating in the March for Science, we hope you'll consider preparing some catchy chants, printing some pro-vaccine posters,...


Global Pandemics are the Unseen Enemy in a Battle Without Borders

We live in world that is increasingly more connected. The film Unseen Enemy, which will air on World Health Day, Friday, April 7th on CNN (10pm ET/7pm PT), explores this...


Measles Anywhere is a Result of Measles Everywhere

Will we ever stop seeing cases of measles? Last week, officials confirmed the first case of measles in Michigan this year. That may not sound significant.  It’s only one case...


March Madness Requires Both Shots To Defeat Meningococcal Disease

As our obsession with basketball's March Madness is nearing an end, our efforts to encourage "both shots" in the fight against meningococcal disease remains at center court. While...