Be wise, immunize… at every age!

Immunizations are an effective way for people of all ages to protect themselves from vaccine-preventable diseases. Staying up-to-date on vaccines at every age also means protecting those who are unable to receive vaccinations due to medical restrictions and helping to prevent the spread of disease throughout the community.

When questions come up about vaccines, the best person to talk to is your primary care provider. They can provide answers to address concerns and help make sure you or your loved one is up-to-date on all the recommended vaccines.

You can also check out the following age-specific resources for more information about immunizations.

Babies & Children

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Immunization and developmental milestones important to young children

Use this immunization and developmental milestones tracker for children from birth to 6 years' old to make sure your child is on the right path.


Instant immunization schedule generator

Get an instant immunization schedule based on your child's birth date with this CDC tool.

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Learn the facts on vaccine safety

Find the answers to common vaccine safety concerns to make the most informed decisions for your newborn or young child.

Pre-teen & Teen

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HPV vaccine and teen health

Find out more about the HPV Vaccine and why it is so important for teen health.

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Vaccine recommendations for teens

Do you know which vaccines are recommended for preteens and teens?

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Vaccines before college

Some states require the meningitis vaccine for first-year college students. Find out more about those requirements.


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Vaccines for adults

Why are vaccines still important for adults? Find out more.


Instant adult vaccination quiz

Find out which vaccines are recommended based on age, health conditions, job, travel, and other factors.

Vaccination records

Keeping records up to date

Check out these tools and tips to locate lost or forgotten vaccination records.