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The first updated COVID-19 booster vaccine has been authorized by the FDA and is recommended by the CDC. Read on to learn about how the new booster vaccines differ from the originals, when you’re due...
Fever is a natural part of fighting an infection, but it can be dangerous to a child if it gets too high. Here's what to know and how to get help.
Here are five important vaccines that can help keep people age 65 and older as healthy and vibrant as possible.
The most common side effect reported from those who have received a coronavirus vaccine is an injection-site reaction.
From the most routine shots to the newest COVID-19 vaccines, we’re here with immunization guidance for your family.
Adults and children need vaccines to help prevent disease. The types you need may depend on your age, health history or where you work and travel.