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National Immunization Awareness Month

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 …

Why Do You Choose To #GetVaccinated?

August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), an annual observance to highlight the importance of disease prevention through vaccination across the lifespan. Special thanks to Meaghan for sharing her story about the importance of getting vaccinated to help protect those who cannot…

Key Actions To Promote Vaccine Acceptance

There has been a global campaign of misinformation, driven by social media, that has led many parents to refuse vaccines for their families. Refusing vaccination puts both their own children and their communities at-risk…

Back To School: Keeping Students Healthy & Ready To Learn

For students and their families, back to school preparation often includes completing emergency contact forms, gathering school supplies, and getting used to a new school schedule. Ensuring that students are protected against vaccine-preventable diseases is also critical to keeping them healthy and ready to learn…

Immunization Challenges on College Campuses

Based on living conditions and social behaviors, college students are at higher risk for certain infections. While the risks are clear, there are challenges to ensuring this population is up-to-date on recommended vaccines…

The Power to Protect Yourself & Your Family

During National Immunization Awareness Month, NFID will share information and resources on social media to highlight the importance of vaccines across the lifespan. Help us spread the word in 3 easy ways…

Time To Talk About HPV!

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines are safe and effective in preventing certain types of cancers, but for many preteens and teens, having the talk with their parents about preventing a sexually transmitted infection can be awkward. New campaign helps start the conversation…

Vaccines Are Not Just for Babies

Unity recently released the results of a national survey of parents of teens, teens, and healthcare providers underscoring that misperceptions about preventive health and vaccines may contribute to under-vaccination of teens. While a vast majority of parents and teens believe it is important for all teens to be vaccinated, in reality teen vaccination rates are lower than they should be…