Be Informed and Know the Facts
Vaccines are recommended throughout your child's life up to 18 years of age to protect against various diseases.
The Middle School Health Starts Here Program
The Middle School Health Starts Here program was created by the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable to gather the most important information from many organizations into one place for middle-school parents and children in middle school. The purpose of the program is to address the issues that impact the health and safety of middle-schoolers.
How to Talk to Your Preteen About the HPV Vaccine
HPV can cause cancers of the mouth, throat, anus, and genitals (cervix and vulva in females, penis in males) and genital warts. There are over 30,000 cases of these cancers each year—and most could be prevented with the HPV vaccine. It is important for children to get the HPV vaccine series before any sexual activity. Learn how to talk with your child about the vaccine.