Childhood Vaccines and Schedule

The CDC’s immunization chart for children ages 0-6 years (for a printable version, click here):

Click to learn more about each vaccine:

The CDC’s immunization chart for children ages 7-18 years (for a printable version, click here):

Click to learn more about each additional vaccine:

 

 

Other resources:

Print a chart from the CDC with the immunizations and developmental milestones listed for children from birth to six years old, here.

What to do if you think your child has had a serious reaction to a vaccine. 

 

One comment

  1. Maybe human tissue isn’t used in some vaccines, like Hep B. However, thinking that injecting DNA from humans and other animals, which can interfere with our own DNA is lunacy! It can cause all sorts of untraceable, as of yet, cancers and other autoimmune diseases. And, if you want to advocate vaccination, you should make it more clear what the carcinogenic and other toxic ingredients in vaccines can, and are, leading to.

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