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- 2016 Child, Adolescent, and Adult Immunization Schedules - Schedules include: Childhood Schedule (birth to 6 years old), Adolescent Schedule (7 to 18 years old), Adult Schedule (19 years and older), and Catch-up Versions
- American Academy of Pediatrics: Immunization - Provides a directory of national AAP immunization activities and contact information to assist pediatricians and healthcare professionals in answering immunization related questions. Immunization information for parents and clinicians provided.
- CDC National Immunization Program (NIP) - A disease-prevention program, NIP provides leadership for the planning, coordination, and conduct of immunization activities nationwide.
- Catch-Up Immunization Scheduler - Tool determines the vaccines a child six years or younger needs and is especially useful for quickly seeing missed or skipped vaccines according to the Immunization Schedule.
- Immunize NC ~Child Care Facilities - Immunization Information for Early Childhood Programs in North Carolina
- Immunize NC! - The North Carolina Immunization Branch promotes public health through the identification and elimination of vaccine-preventable diseases like polio, hepatitis B, measles, chickenpox, whooping cough, rubella (German measles), and mumps. Immunization requirements for child care and school entry provided.
- Vaccinations for Adults ~Never Too Old to Get Immunized! - Flyer from the Immunization Action Coalition outlines vaccinations that adults may need - and why.
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