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Immunization schedules

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A health care provider administers a vaccine to a young girl

Are you and your kiddos up-to-date on immunizations?

It's back-to-school time and a great time to make sure you and your family are up-to-date on immunizations.

Immunizations save lives. They are the best way to help protect you or your child from certain infectious diseases. They also help reduce the spread of disease to others and prevent epidemics. 

In many cases when you get a vaccine, you get a tiny amount of a weakened or dead form of the organism that causes the disease. This amount is not enough to give you the actual disease. But it is enough to cause your immune system to make antibodies that can recognize and attack the organism if you are ever exposed to it.

Download immunization schedules for children up to 18 years of age and adults.