Enter your child’s birth month and year on CDC’s immunization schedule to see if they are fully protected.
Watch this video to see what parents can expect after their child gets vaccinated.
Vaccines are an important way to protect an infant's health. Failure to vaccinate may mean putting children at risk for severe and sometimes fatal diseases.
Giving babies the recommended vaccinations by age two is the best way to protect them from 14 serious childhood diseases.
If you're pregnant, get vaccinated against whooping cough in your third trimester to help protect your baby from the start.
Check out these 6 reasons from Maine Public Health on why you should vaccinate your child according to US CDC’s recommended schedule.
Learn about 14 vaccine-preventable diseases vaccines prevent and view an updated vaccination schedule.