Don't leave your healthcare provider’s office without making sure you and your family are up-to-date on your vaccinations.

Vaccinations and Screenings for Adults

As adults, it's important for you and your teens to keep up with recommended vaccinations and screenings. From whooping cough to cancer and herpes to high blood pressure, there are plenty of health risks that you can avoid or manage throughout your life. Vaccinations for some of the most common conditions are free to all Americans. Other screenings and immunizations may require copays. Take a look at the recommended schedule and talk with your doctor about any gaps or risks you may need to address.

2017 Vaccinations and Preventive Screenings for Adults (PDF)

Vaccinations for Children and Adolescents

Most babies receive critical vaccinations during their first months of life. Don't stop there. Some immunizations need boosters as children grow older. And some vaccinations, such as Human Papilloma-Virus and Meningitis, are not required until the pre-teen years and beyond. The good news is that preventive care for these conditions is provided free of charge. The recommendations help you protect your children and young adults as they grow older.

2017 Vaccinations for Children and Adolescents (PDF)

Do you travel outside the United States?

If so, you may need additional vaccines. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides information about vaccines, medications and other measures necessary to help prevent illness during international travel. Visit CDC's website at or call (800) CDC-INFO (800-232-4636). You may also consult a travel clinic or your healthcare provider.

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