Hepatitis A and B Vaccines Directory
Vaccines are available for prevention of hepatitis A and hepatitis B viral infections. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how the hepatitis vaccines are given, who should get them, side effects, and much more.
Adult Hepatitis A Vaccine: Side Effects, Guidelines, and More
Should you get the hepatitis A vaccine? It may be a good idea. Learn more from WebMD about getting vaccinated as an adult, including the benefits and possible side effects.
Hepatitis A and B Vaccinations Schedule
WebMD provides information about the hepatitis A and B vaccinations, including a vaccine schedule, immunization side effects, and preventing the hepatitis viruses.
Can I Prevent Hepatitis?
Learn about ways to prevent hepatitis A, B, and C, including getting a vaccine and being careful about what you eat and drink.
Understanding Hepatitis B
Find out more about the cause, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis B.
Hepatitis A & B Vaccines: Why You Should Get Them
Learn how hepatitis A and B vaccines protect you from the viruses that can lead to this liver disease.
Viral Hepatitis: Eight Ways to Protect Your Family
Hepatitis A and B can lead to liver damage and sometimes death. But you can protect yourself and your family with these eight steps.
What’s the Truth About Vaccine Safety and Risks?
Do you know the truth about vaccines -- their safety, who should get them, and what’s in them?
Viral Hepatitis: 8 Self-Defense Tips for Travelers
The risk of contracting viral hepatitis is higher for many Americans who travel abroad -- especially to regions where hepatitis is prevalent and sanitation is poor. Here are 8 tips to protect travelers.
Slideshows & Images
Vaccines for Adults
Sometimes childhood diseases cause big problems for grownups. WebMD explains which vaccines can help keep adults healthy.
Hepatitis: What Puts You at Risk
This WebMD slideshow shows you the risk factors for contracting hepatitis and how to avoid them.
A Visual Guide to Hepatitis
Hepatitis A, B, and C spread in very different ways, causing mild to serious effects on the liver. Pictures show hepatitis symptoms, how to avoid the disease, vaccines, and treatments.