The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the risks. Still, the debate about the value of vaccines continues on. Here are some facts to help you make the right health decision for your child.
There’s a lot of information out there about the merits and risks of vaccines. Parents are rightly concerned about making the best choices for their children amid conflicting information.
While flu vaccine effectiveness varies year to year, it still makes sense to get immunized annually.
The HPV vaccine protects against several types of HPV that cause cancer. But many parents have questions about who should be vaccinated and when. Here are clear answers from KPWHRI and the Kaiser Permanente Washington immunization team.
A registry started by KPWHRI last year has sped up studies needed to protect the world against the novel coronavirus.
Your kids receive the best protection from the HPV vaccine at age 11–12—well before they become sexually active.