Why do babies and children need vaccines to protect against illnesses like hepatitis B, measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)? Pediatrician and mother, Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez answers common questions about the immunization schedule for ages 0 to six years old, and how vaccines allow us to safely explore the world and thrive.
Childhood Immunization Schedule for Ages | 0-6 Years | American Academy of Pediatrics
Why do pre-teens, teens and young adults need vaccines? Pediatrician Dr. Rebekah Fenton explains which vaccines are recommended for adolescents, and at what ages. Learn how vaccines at these ages help protect against whooping cough, mumps, HPV and meningitis.
Adolescent Immunization Schedule for Ages | 7-18 years | American Academy of Pediatrics
Can I Ask You A Question Video: What Diseases Are Caused by HPV? – Answers from a Pediatrician
HPV can cause several types of cancer in both men and women. Learn more about the diseases that you can help prevent in your child.