Sick? Not on my schedule.
Which vaccines are for you?
Vaccines are tools we can use to prevent or reduce the severity of diseases. Many diseases are no longer a global threat because vaccines have prevented the spread or reduced the number of people affected. Vaccine aren't just for children; adults need vaccines throughout their life. There are 12 vaccines most recommended for adults. Talk to a health care provider about which of these are right for you.
Use this handy vaccine tool developed by the CDC to help determine what vaccines are eligible for you.
12 recommended adult vaccines:
- Flu Influenza
- Hepatitis B
- HPV | Cervical Cancer
- Mumps | Measles | Rubella
- Varicella (Chickenpox)
Read more about these specialty vaccines:
Why I Am Vaccinated
✅ Shingles vaccine ✅ Annual flu vaccination ✅ COVID vaccine and 2 boosters.
"I was my husband's caregiver for seven years and needed to stay as healthy as possible. Now I continue recommended vaccinations so I can enjoy my children and grandchildren."
Karen Moore, Retired professional