You protect them every day. So do vaccines.

You do all you can to keep your children safe and healthy. So you may have questions about vaccines, especially given all the conflicting information surrounding them. We're here to help you get the facts to make an informed decision.

Fact or Fiction? Vaccines do not cause autism.

Fact. The 1998 study linking the measles, mumps, rubella vaccine (MMR) with autism has been completely disproved.

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Did you know?

About half of infants who get pertussis (whooping cough) need to be hospitalized.

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A shot of science

Between 2000 and 2016, vaccines reduced measles deaths worldwide by 84%.

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Learn how to protect those you love. Get the facts.

Deciding to vaccinate

How vaccines work, vaccine effectiveness, why vaccines are needed, how vaccines are given

Vaccine safety, concerns and side effects

Vaccines and autism, vaccine side effects, vaccine reactions, vaccine safety, vaccine ingredients

Diseases that vaccines prevent

List of vaccine-preventable diseases, their symptoms and possible complications

When to vaccinate your child

Your child's vaccination schedule, where to get vaccinated, what to do if you move or travel abroad

What to expect at the vaccination appointment

Tips for before, during and after the vaccination