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In 1962, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) needed a new mascot to promote immunization and other public health campaigns. They turned to Hollywood artist Harold M. Walker, who created Wellbee, an anthropomorphic bumblebee. Wellbee quickly became a national symbol of public health, and was featured in countless public service announcements and other materials. He even had his own comic book series! Wellbee's cheerful demeanor and positive attitude helped to make immunization and other public health measures seem less scary, and he played a major role in improving the health of Americans.