By Law Offices of Sadaka Associates
Many young women rely on a key person to help them make critical decisions in life–no matter how old you get, many turn to their mothers for advice and help. This is especially true as many head out on their own–taking their first steps of true independence when they leave the nest for college. Often intimidated by the many new decisions left in their hands, they call home and ask mom for advice. A new research study is now suggesting that moms play a significant role in the medical decisions that their newly independent daughters may make, and in particular, the decision to be vaccinated with the HPV vaccine hinges significantly on what Dr. Mom prescribes.