Children are more exposed to diseases and viruses because they go to school with so many other young people who don’t always have the best hygiene habits. That’s why our pediatricians require that all children receive the proper pediatric immunizations, which are vaccines that help a child’s immune system resist certain diseases and viruses.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes a schedule of recommended immunizations for children up to the age of 18. These recommendations are based on the latest scientific facts and research from the best medical research institutes in the world. Learn more by downloading the documents below.
Recommended immunizations for children (birth through 6 years)
Recommended immunizations for preteens and teens (7–18 years)