The safety of influenza vaccines in children: An Institute for Vaccine Safety white paper.

@article{Halsey2015TheSO,
  title={The safety of influenza vaccines in children: An Institute for Vaccine Safety white paper.},
  author={Neal A. Halsey and Kawsar R. Talaat and Adena H. Greenbaum and Eric Mensah and Matthew Z. Dudley and Tina M Proveaux and Daniel A. Salmon},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2015},
  volume={33 Suppl 5},
  pages={F1-F67}
}
Most influenza vaccines are generally safe, but influenza vaccines can cause rare serious adverse events. Some adverse events, such as fever and febrile seizures, are more common in children than adults. There can be differences in the safety of vaccines in different populations due to underlying differences in genetic predisposition to the adverse event. Live attenuated vaccines have not been studied adequately in children under 2 years of age to determine the risks of adverse events; more… CONTINUE READING
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