Battle Card Game Promotes Childhood Vaccinations

Battle Card Game Promotes Childhood Vaccinations

An Australian doctor has developed a playful way to inform parents about immunization and entertain kids

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 27 september 2016

Vaccinations have become a serious subject of debate, as many parents are opting their children out of the recommended schedule. Dr. Dan Epstein of Australia is trying to change that by creating a card game to get both kids and parents invested in the vaccination process. Vaxcards is a battle card game wherein a player fights against various diseases.

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