What are vaccines and why are they necessary for your child? Read important vaccine facts and information to learn why vaccinations are important.
A growing group of parents believe that their kids don't need vaccinations. Could their choices be putting your child's health on the line?
Are your baby's shots on track? Check out this chart from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to make sure he's getting his vaccinations on time.
In the first two years of life, your baby will get shots to protect her against ten diseases. There's continuing controversy about these vaccines. Let us set your mind at ease!
Should parents follow a strict vaccine schedule or is there room for flexibility?
Which vaccines do kids need and why are they necessary?
Childhood vaccinations have curbed the spread of highly contagious, life-threatening diseases for centuries, yet questions about their safety and necessity persist. Here's what you need to know.
New research shows why moms and dads' general attitude on immunizations is so important.
Sorry kids, but it's ixnay on the nasal spray!
According to a new survey, vaccine refusals have increased since 2006.
Cancer experts have joined the AAP and CDC in supporting the series of shots for both preteen girls and boys.
A new survey by Parents and Pfizer shows that parents and parents-to-be don't know enough about this infectious disease and how to prevent it.
A new poll suggests important immunizations for diseases like HPV and meningitis are falling by the wayside because parents don't know their teens need them.
Ear infections aren't fun for kids or their parents. And now, researchers believe they know why rates have gone down significantly.
A judge says this mom has one week to vaccinate her son, or else she is headed for the big house.
A new report by the CDC shows how pregnant women can help prevent their newborns from catching this deadly disease.