Credible Vaccine Resources
There's a lot of misinformation on the web.
Make sure your vaccine resources are credible.
Before considering vaccine information on the Internet, check that the information comes from a credible source and is updated on a regular basis.
The CDC, for example, provides vaccine and immunization web content that is researched, written and approved by subject matter experts, including physicians, researchers, epidemiologists, and analysts. Content is based on peer-reviewed science. CDC leadership makes the final decision on the words, images, and links to best serve the information needs of the public as well as healthcare providers, public health professionals, partners, educators, and researchers. Science and public health data are frequently updated. Most pages are reviewed yearly.
Below is a links list of other vaccine resources that are from credible sources and updated on a regular basis.
You're Never Too Old to Get Vaccinated!
Did you know that vaccinations aren't just for kids? Adults need vaccines too. Take this quiz to find out which vaccines you may need. Vaccine recommendations are based on age, health conditions, job, travel, and more.