Vaccines Health Center

Vaccines aren't just for kids. Some of your childhood vaccinations might have worn off. New vaccines may have been developed since you were a youngster. And if you travel, work in health care, or have certain illnesses, you'll need extra vaccines. To protect yourself and the people you love, make sure your shots are up to date.

Vaccines for Adults

You’re never too old to get vaccines. In fact, sticking to an immunization schedule as you age gives you the best shot at long-term health.

“An ounce of prevention is really worth a pound of cure,” says Evan Anderson, MD. “Many adults are at risk of vaccine-preventable illnesses, and sometimes the damage is done after an infection has set in.

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