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Immunization

Vaccines Are Not Just for Young Children

CDC recommends vaccinations from birth to adulthood to provide a lifetime of protection. Yet many adolescents are not vaccinated as recommended, leaving them unnecessarily vulnerable. International Adolescent Health Week (March 20-26, 2022) is a perfect time to make sure that pre-teens and teens are up to date on all recommended vaccines …

Short on Time?

Coadministration of COVID-19 vaccines at the same time as other recommended vaccines is safe and convenient. Help spread awareness with these resources …

Why Vaccinations Are Vital for Older Adults

In recognition of Healthy Aging Month, NFID and the Alliance for Aging Research (AAR)—a proud supporter of the Keep Up The Rates campaign—encourage all older adults to stay up to date on recommended vaccines and speak with their loved ones about the importance of getting vaccinated …

Can You Tell Vaccine Facts from Fiction?

For 2021 National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), NFID created a quiz to test reader knowledge of vaccine facts and fiction. How did our readers do? Read to find out … 

How To Support Vaccination? Count The Ways …

August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), and the 2021 theme is Get Back on Track with Routine Vaccines, to help raise awareness about the importance of staying up to date on routine vaccinations across the lifespan …

Hindsight is 2020: Looking Back on What We Learned …

The close of 2020 provides an opportunity to reflect on what we have learned this past year about COVID-19, as viewed through the lens of the most popular blog posts and webinars from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) …

#COVID-19 & Routine Vaccinations: What Parents Need To Know

National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) highlights the importance of protecting children age 2 years and younger from vaccine-preventable diseases. In the midst of the current #COVID-19 pandemic, keeping up with recommended vaccines can be challenging for parents and healthcare professionals alike. But we should not be so distracted by COVID-19 that we neglect our general health.