Vaccines Not Just for Babies

The Unity Consortium recently released results from a national survey of parents, teens and healthcare providers that revealed some major areas for improvement in preventive health communications to teens.

Promising Immunization Rates for Nevada

The recently released 2016 National Immunization Survey (NIS-Teen) shows improvements, especially in human papillomavirus (HPV) immunization rates among males.

Visit Your Local Pharmacy to Send Your Children Back to School Protected from Serious Diseases

Now is the time to ensure your child is up-to-date on school-required vaccines.

Ensure Your Child is Up-to-Date on Required Vaccines Using Nevada WebIZ

August is just a few weeks away, which means the new school year is just around the corner.

Medicaid Helps Prevent Disease

Medicaid enables access to a wide range of providers, offers coverage of recommended vaccines, and ensures children start school on time.

Back-to-School Family Health Festival Provides Health and Wellness Services

Opportunity to Send Your Children Back to School Protected from Serious Diseases

The Why of the When: The Infant Vaccine Schedule

It always brightens my day to have parents bring their newborn into my office for check ups.

National Infant Immunization Week – April 22-29

Nevadans will be joining with the rest of the country to recognize National Infant Immunization Week.

Polio Purple Pinkie Trail Run- April 22nd!

Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset and Immunize Nevada Present Polio Purple Pinkie Trail Run.

Get Vaccinated Against Pertussis – Help Build Community Immunity

Vaccination against pertussis is the best way to protect babies, children, preteens, teens, adults against the illness.

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