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CDC

Possible Side-effects from Vaccines vaccines  sideeffects 

Any vaccine can cause side effects. For the most part these are minor (for example, a sore arm or low-grade fever) and go away within a few days. Listed below are vaccines licensed in the United States and side effects that have been associated with each of them.

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CDC

Who Should NOT Get Vaccinated with these Vaccines? should  who  vaccines  vaccinated 

Because of age, health conditions, or other factors, some people should not get certain vaccines or should wait before getting them. Read the guidelines below for each vaccine.

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Vaccines Help Protect Travelers of All Ages travelers  help  vaccines  protect  ages 

This page has been redirected. The most updated information can now be found at http://www.cdc.

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Flu Vaccines Have Good Safety Records flu  safety  vaccines  have  records 

Influenza (flu) vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older. Scientific studies and ongoing monitoring continue to show that flu vaccines are safe for use and offer the best defense modern medicine currently has at its disposal to protect against the flu and its serious complications.

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Your Preteens and Teens Need Vaccines Too! teens  vaccines  preteens 

Beat the back-to-school rush! Make an appointment for vaccinations before the back-to-school rush begins at the doctor's office.

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FDA

Vaccines Licensed for Immunization and Distribution in the US with Supporting Documents US  vaccines  immunization  licensed  distribution  supporting  documents 

This list includes only vaccines for which supporting documents were provided and is arranged alphabetically by the proper name of the product. Information is provided for original product approvals, new indications, and the current package insert. For a complete list of approved vaccines, click the link under "Related Information" at the bottom of this page.

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ACIP: Prevention and Control of Seasonal Influenza with Vaccines flu  prevention  adverse events  seasonal  vaccine  recommendations  vaccines  ACIP  control  influenza  LAIV  TIV  Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices  primary changes 

Information for the influenza season including vaccine composition, dosage and administration, recommendations for specific populations, and more - CDC

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Tips for College Health and Safety | CDC Features cigarettes  cancer  health  public health  exercise  safety  features  women  tips  school  support  smoke  smoking  vaccines  meningitis  CDC  college  nutrition  alcohol  suicide 

Going to college is an exciting time in a young person’s life. It is a time for gaining new knowledge and experiences, both inside and outside the classroom. Here are a few pointers for college students on staying safe and healthy.

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HPV Vaccine Resources for Healthcare Professionals –You Are the Key – Vaccines resources  vaccine  vaccines  HPV  healthcare  professionals 

HPV Vaccine Resources for Healthcare Professionals.

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CDC

VFC Program | CDC Features features  insurance  VFC  program  vaccines  CDC  ACIP  child  uninsured  american indian  alaska native  CDC Feature  childhood Immunization  ACA  Vaccines for Children Program  recommended childhood vaccines  eligibility  underinsured  Medicaid-eligible  Federally Qualified Health Center 

The Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program offers vaccines at no cost for eligible children through doctors enrolled in the program. Find out if your child qualifies. Vaccinating on time means healthier children, families and communities.

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HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention for Boys, Too! | CDC Features teens  cancer  features  vaccination  vaccine  kids  vaccines  immunization  CDC  preteens  HPV  boys  men  vaccinations  cervical cancer  anal cancer  CDC Features  throat cancer  HPV vaccine  human papillomavirus 

Ask your child's doctor at their next appointment about getting HPV vaccine. Take advantage of any visit to the doctor—such as an annual health checkup or physicals for sports, camp, or college—to ask the doctor about what shots your preteens and teens need.

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Vaccines: ACIP Vaccine Recommendations Home Page recommendations  vaccines  CDC  ACIP  vaccine guidelines  ACIP recommendations  vaccine recommendations  immunization recommendations  vaccine recommendations of ACIP  recommendations home page  comprehensive vaccine recommendations  general recommendations on immunization  ACIP publications  published recommendations 

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) is a group of medical and public health experts that develop recommendations on how to use vaccines to control diseases in the United States

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CDC

A 13-Minute DVD Increases HPV Vaccination | CDC Features features  vaccination  vaccines  immunization  CDC  HPV  increases  minute  DVD  cervical cancer  CDC Features  genital warts  young women  rural  Rural Health  laptop  Appalachian Kentucky  University of Kentucky Prevention Research Center  18- to 26-year olds 

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. Learn more about a 13-minute DVD that effectively promotes and increases the completion of the 3-dose HPV vaccine series that prevents most types of cervical cancer.

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