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Did you know? Everyone in your family who is 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine every year. #FightFlu

Free Resources for Clinicians to Share with Patients

Some resources are available for direct shipment. If you’d like to order free copies, please fill out this order form. The order form is operable in all internet browsers.

Immunization Specific Resources

Resources for Adolescents

CDC has partnered with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and 4-H to develop “The Junior Disease Detectives: Operation Outbreak,” a graphic novel intended to educate youth audiences about variant flu and the real disease detective work conducted by public and animal health experts when outbreaks of infectious diseases occur.

This graphic novel follows a group of teenage 4-H members who participate in a state agricultural fair and later attend CDC’s Disease Detective Camp in Atlanta. When one of the boys becomes sick following the fair, the rest of the group use their newly-acquired disease detective knowledge to help a team of public and animal health experts solve the mystery of how their friend became ill.

Resources for Babies

School or Child Care Entry Resources

Resources from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Aluminum in Vaccines* (PDF, English, Spanish, Japanese)

The Facts about Childhood Vaccines* (PDF, English, Spanish)

Thimerosal* (PDF, English, Spanish)

Too Many Vaccines* (PDF, English, Spanish)

Influenza* (PDF, English, Spanish)

Vaccines and Autism* (PDF, English, Spanish)

Vaccine Ingredients* (PDF, English, Spanish)

Recommended Immunization Schedule* (PDF, English, Spanish)

*- Copies cannot be ordered from NCIP.

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Updated: October 23, 2018