Pediatric Infectious Diseases doc and Institute Faculty Scholar, Jason Newland, MD says 300 infants die each year in the U.S. Here’s how that alarming statistic can be lowered.
Faculty Scholar and pediatric infectious diseases doctor, Jason Newland, weighs in on the work to be done around child vaccinations.
Faculty Scholar and pediatric infectious disease expert, Jason Newland, MD, talks about the recent surge between last year and this, in RSV cases.
Faculty Scholar, Jason Newland, MD, says don’t fear, vaccines are safe and “extremely important” for keeping kids healthy and in school.
Pediatric infectious disease specialist and Institute Faculty Scholar, Jason Newland, MD says older adults need “revved up shots” this flu season!
Institute Faculty Scholar and Professor of Pediatrics at the School of Medicine, Jason Newland MD, MeD, discusses the concerns surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine that may be behind the current, overall lower rates of immunization among kids in Missouri.
Check out this KMOV4 segment on back-to-school vaccines featuring Institute Faculty Scholar and Professor of Pediatrics at the School of Medicine, Jason Newland.
Jason Newland, institute faculty scholar and Professor of Pediatrics at the School of Medicine, shares his concerns and discusses the possible implications of low COVID-19 vaccination rates among children with Politico.
Jason Newland, an institute faculty scholar, speaks to Vox about the importance of vaccinating children, “We could get a variant that can completely escape [immune protection], and that’s going to happen if we don’t continue to vaccinate.”
Jason Newland, MD, M.Ed, explains why child vaccination rates are low and why it’s important that they increase.