Can I Get Help Paying for Shots?

Vaccines keep us healthy and protect us from catching devastating diseases. But what about the children who have parents who can’t afford vaccines?

The good news: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires most insurance companies to cover the cost of all recommended vaccines (including seasonal flu) without charging a deductible, copayment or coinsurance. Most are free as long as they are administered by an “in-network” provider.

Protect Babies: Get Vaccinated for Whooping Cough During Pregnancy

Infants are particularly susceptible to whooping cough — or pertussis, as it is more technically called. And parents are often the sources of the disease, unknowingly passing it on to their babies. 

Why is it Important to Follow the Newborn-to-2-Year-Old Immunization Schedule?

Newborn baby immunization schedule | Immunize Nevada

National Infant Immunization Week is a great time to highlight the importance of on-schedule vaccination. The CDC and medical experts created the childhood immunization schedule after thorough research and to help protect babies as early as possible from 15 preventable diseases.

How Can We #BeLikeDebbie?

Dr. Benjamin Franklin was born 310 years ago but his civic involvement and his inventions have contributed to an improved quality of life for many throughout the centuries.

The New Safety Question: “Is Your Child Vaccinated?”

Child Vaccination Nevada | Immunize Nevada

As parents, we all know the typical safety questions you ask when your kids go on play dates, such as “Do you have a dog?” 

Advice from a Doctor: Check Your Sources

HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccine | Immunize Nevada

One of my friends recently posted an article about the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccine.  When I clicked on the link,

The Top 3 Things Seniors Need to Know about Avoiding Flu

Did you know that people 65 years and older are at greater risk of serious complications...

Top 10 Ways to be Pro-Vaccine in the New Year

Want to support the pro-vaccine movement, but don't know where to start? Check out these 10 tips to get started. 

1. Volunteer. Sign-up today for a fun and rewarding experience volunteering with Immunize Nevada or one of our partners. 

Protect our Children: Vaccinate.

As a healthy adult, when you get a flu vaccine, you’re protecting more than yourself.

Lesson Learned: College student discovers she’s not immune to the flu

A weekend was lost, but for Karissa Loper, it was nothing compared with the knowledge gained.