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.
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.