Vaccines and immunizations aren't just for kids. Learn what's recommended for who (and when) and the significant role shots can play in keeping you healthy.
People with sickle cell disease are at increased risk of serious bacterial infection. Learn how this risk can be reduced with proper immunizations.
Teenagers have their own unique immunization schedule. Find out what vaccines they need and what their recommended immunization schedule looks like.
Learn about the immunization schedule for children 0–12 years old and the U.S. schedule's requirements among different age groups.
Immunization. Vaccination. Inoculation. Is there a difference between these terms? The answer is in the fine details.
Learn which immunizations are beneficial and which shots could be dangerous during and after cancer treatment.
Efforts to control COVID-19 have led to social distancing and mandated lockdowns. When will the orders be lifted and what will it take to end the pandemic?
Hepatitis A vaccine provides effective protection against infection for up to 25 years. Immunization is strongly recommended.
Adults age 65 and up will be among the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's what you need to know before getting the immunization.
See what side effects the COVID-19 vaccines may produce, and why the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice wants to make them clear.
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