The CDC now recommends that women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or wanting to start a family get the vaccine. An OB/GYN answers your questions.
In May, the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) expanded emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine to adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15.
As the different COVID-19 vaccines become available to more people in North Texas, you may be eager for your turn. But if you’re pregnant or currently breastfeeding, you may feel unsure. For most people, getting
These days, if you say the word “vaccine” very loudly in a public place, ears will perk up and heads will inevitably turn. Vaccines are applauded and maligned, and have caused many a social media
It comes on suddenly. Your skin starts to hurt, itch and tingle before a rash on one side of your body or face shows up. And then you know … you have shingles. The next
October is here, which means flu season is just around the corner and here to stay for at least the next six months. That said, unless you’re one of a very small group of people
Almost everyone is familiar with the seemingly never-ending litany of vaccines an infant gets and the rites of passage to get booster shots before entering kindergarten and high school. But is everyone in your family
Why does your 11-year-old son need a vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV)? The same reason your young daughter needs one — to prevent cancer. HPV is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that affects 79 million