Preteens and Teens Still Need Vaccines
As kids get older, protection from some childhood vaccines begins to wear off. Plus, older kids can also develop risks for other diseases. Health check-ups and sports or camp physicals can be a good opportunity for your preteens and teens to get the recommended vaccines.
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This fun ad reminds you that shots aren't just for babies—preteens and teens need vaccines, too. But with everything else we have going on, we all need a reminder to keep it on our radar.
Do you know what vaccines are recommended for your preteen or teen? Take this quiz to find out which vaccines are needed for those age 11 years and older...more
This tool downloads to your PC to determine the vaccines needed according to the Adolescent Immunization Schedule....more
Whether traveling to go on adventure, vacation, school trip, or on a study abroad program, don’t risk this valuable and exciting time by getting sick. Some countries have outbreaks of disease, and some diseases are easy to pick up on the airplane. So, use CDC Travelers’ Health web site to find out if your destination recommends or requires certain vaccines before you leave...more
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