Fever is a common side effect of numerous vaccines in children, but is that good or bad? Take this 5-question quiz to decide.
Terry Brenneman, MD
Was it the flu vaccine? The virus itself? An unforeseen combination of both? You'll find out with these 5 questions.
What position do the world's organized religions take on vaccines and vaccination? Find out who's "Yay" and who's "Nay."
Take our 5-question quiz to see what you know about these 2 vaccines, the similarities and differences, and how to accommodate both, for now.
There are 2 choices, actually: Should I offer to vaccinate? Then, which of the 2 available vaccines should I use? Consider a couple of the issues at hand.
Thimerosal was eliminated from the majority of childhood vaccines but rates of autism continued to climb. What do you know about the new culprit, aluminum?
A new hepatitis B vaccine is a good thing; some lingering safety concerns could be bad; the ugly? You may already know.
Based on the CDC's new 2-dose HPV vaccine recommendation, in which of these 7 scenarios would this male teen still need a third dose?
Our physician author is over age 65 years and needs to choose among more than 10 flu vaccines. All are good, but is one "gooder" for him?
Wrong route, wrong age, wrong storage, wrong interval. So many ways to do vaccination wrong. What to do when the wrong vaccine is given?