Roll up a sleeve. It’s your turn

Categories: Infections  /  News

A doctor gives a shot to a smiling patient at the hospital

You’re a good mom or dad. You take the time to be familiar with the schedule of recommended childhood vaccinations, and make sure your kids are up-to-date.

And if it slips your mind, there’s usually a reminder waiting when the new school year begins.

But what about you? Are YOU up-to-date with your vaccines?

Adults need vaccines too — whether it’s a booster dose of tetanus and diphtheria, an annual flu shot or something travel-related. The list for grown-ups isn’t complicated, but it’s something that too many busy people ignore.

Take this quiz and learn what you need to know about preventing diseases in adulthood.

For more information about this topic or others, visit University Health System’s Health Library.

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