Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: To prevent antimicrobial resistance, vaccinate the world’s kids

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This shows a happy little girlImmunization with the vaccines for pneumococcal conjugate and rotavirus reduces the rates of acute respiratory infections and gastrointestinal infections in small children, thus reducing the need for antibiotic medications. Researchers say if universal childhood vaccination is achieved, an additional 40 million cases of antibiotic-treated illnesses could be prevented each year.