hands drawing immunization from vial

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes immunization guidelines periodically and these are aligned with recommendations given by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) as well as most major physician professional bodies in the United States.

These recommendations are based on the latest scientific facts, research from the best medical research institutes in the world of which the United States has many of them. Some of the research are funded either by privately held companies, nonprofit organizations or the government.

Due to the serious nature of disease and the pain and suffering that accompany each life lost or impaired, every vaccine approved for use on humans goes through scientific rigor as well as social impact debates by the best and brightest before it is approved. Often times the same professionals that approve these vaccines have children or loved ones who also receive the vaccines.

The principle of immunization and vaccines has evolved over the years but still remains one of the greatest strides of healthcare in the 20th century. Today it is at its best.

Below are recommended immunizations for various ages and circumstances. These have been provided by the CDC on their website and is published here for the reader’s convenience.

Please ensure that you consider the advice of your primary provider since they are the ones with the most information about your situation and are best positioned to offer you the best medical advice based on your situation and state of health.


2016 Vacunas recomendadas para niños, desde el nacimiento hasta los 6 años de edad


2016: Vacunas recomendadas para los niños desde los 7 hasta los 18 años de edad

Immunization Schedule 0 to 6 years


Immunization schedule 7 years to 18 years


Catch-up Immunizations 0-18-years