Dating site for kids under 11
From January 1– June 13, 2016, almost 6,000 cases of whooping cough were reported to CDC by 50 states and Puerto Rico.
Outbreaks of whooping cough at middle and high schools can occur as protection from childhood vaccines fades.
Getting every recommended dose of every vaccine provides children the best protection possible.
During the early years of life, your children need vaccines to protect them from 14 diseases that can be serious and sometimes life-threatening.
Getting your child all their vaccinations on time is one of the most important things you can do as a parent to ensure your children’s long-term health—as well as the health of friends, classmates, and others in your community.
CDC has online resources and tools to help you make sure your kids are up to date on recommended vaccines and protected from serious diseases.
Parents who choose not to vaccinate their children increase the risk of disease not only for their own children, but also for other children and adults throughout the entire community.
If your preteens or teens haven’t already gotten their vaccines, you should get them caught up as soon as possible.That’s why 11–12 year-olds are also recommended to get the booster shot called Tdap to help protect them from whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria.Quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine protects against some of the bacteria that can cause infections of the lining of the brain and spinal cord (meningitis) and bloodstream infections (bacteremia or septicemia). It’s important to know that flu can be serious, even for healthy, young people.Getting every dose of every recommended vaccine provides children the best protection possible.If your child misses a shot, your child’s healthcare professional can use the catch-up immunization schedule to get them back on track.