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It’s Hepatitis Awareness Month!

The best way to prevent hepatitis A and B is to get vaccinated.


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Vaccines are safe, effective, and save lives.

Find answers to common questions and get the facts, supported by science, on vaccine safety.


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Are your child’s vaccines up to date?

Getting all recommended vaccines on time can protect your child from serious diseases.


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Vaccinations during pregnancy

Pregnant women can help protect their babies from vaccine-preventable diseases. Read more.

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Meningococcal Disease

Teens and preteens should be vaccinated against this serious disease. Read more.

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Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Everyone is at risk for pertussis, but it is most severe for newborn babies. Read more.