Give It A Shot: Stay Up-to-Date on Immunizations

Whether you’re 1 or 81, immunizations can help you stay healthy and protect you from common diseases. They can also protect against serious illnesses such as measles, mumps, tetanus, chicken pox, meningitis and several types of cancer.

What Vaccines Do I Need?
Understanding which vaccinations you need can be confusing because it varies according to age. Find quick and simple answers in our helpful guides for each age group. For more detailed information, view the checklists below.

Children 0 – 16
• Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis
• Hepatitis A
• Hepatitis B
• Influenza (flu), including Haemophilus influenza type B
• Measles, mumps and rubella
• Pneumococcal
• Polio
• Rotavirus
View the full checklist and schedule for children from birth to 16 years old.

Children 7 – 22
• Chicken pox
• Human papillomavirus (HPV)
• Influenza (flu)
• Meningitis
• Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (Tdap)
View the full checklist and schedule for children ages 7 – 22.

To learn more about immunizations:
Recommended immunizations for children from birth – 18 years old
Five important reasons to vaccinate your child
Vaccinating on time is important for disease protection
Make your child’s shots less stressful

Adults 23 & Older
• Chicken pox
• Human papillomavirus (HPV) for men and women who didn’t get it as children
• Influenza (flu)
• Pneumonia
• Shingles
• Tetanus and diphtheria
View the full checklist and schedule for adults ages 23 and older.

Did you know that certain vaccines are recommended for adults and adolescents? Click here to take this quick quiz to find out which vaccines YOU may need.

To learn more about immunizations:
Vaccines – know what you need
3 important reasons for adults to get vaccinated