What Students And Parents Need To Know About College Vaccinations

The microneedles attached to this patch dissolve after being pressed into skin, releasing a dose of vaccine. Each microneedle is less than a millimeter in length.
The microneedles attached to this patch dissolve after being pressed into skin, releasing a dose of vaccine. Each microneedle is less than a millimeter in length.
The microneedles attached to this patch dissolve after being pressed into skin, releasing a dose of vaccine. Each microneedle is less than a millimeter in length.
The microneedles attached to this patch dissolve after being pressed into skin, releasing a dose of vaccine. Each microneedle is less than a millimeter in length.

What Students And Parents Need To Know About College Vaccinations

College students are not known for their cleanliness and order. Cramped dorm rooms, shared bathrooms and a change in lifestyle makes young people susceptible to the common cold, but also more dangerous illnesses like meningitis. Morning Shift talks to Sessy Nyman from EverThrive Illinois about what vaccines are needed before leaving home.