- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccination website
- The Immunization Action Coalition has a wealth of information for patients and providers on all vaccines
- Personal stories and videos of the effects of vaccine preventable diseases
- News and views on vaccination
- “Voices for Vaccines” – a pro-vaccine parent-driven organization
- Shot at Life - Ensuring Children Around the World Have Access to the Vaccines They Need
- The Childhood Immunization Schedule and Safety. The Department of Health and Human Services asked the Institute of Medicine to review the current recommended vaccine schedule for children and its safety. The Institute of Meedicine found no evidence of major safety concerns for children who adhere to the recommended childhood immunization schedule.
- The Problem With Dr. Bob’s Alternative Vaccine Schedule. This article was written in response to a book by Dr. Robert Sears called “The Vaccine Book: Making the Right Decision for Your Child.” This book includes an alternative vaccine schedule for children. This article, “The Problem with Dr. Bob’s Alternative Vaccine Schedule”, breaks down the incorrect logic and rationale used in the book’s recommendations and describes how Dr. Sears misinforms parents about vaccine safety and science.
- Vaccines are not Associated with Autism. A meta-analysis of five cohort studies involving 1.2 million children was conducted. The data revealed no relationship between vaccination and autism, no relationship between autism and the MMR vaccine, no relationship between autism and thimerosol, and no relationship between autism and mercury. Finding suggest that vaccinations are not associated with the development of autism or autism spectrum disorder.
- National, State, and Selected Local Area Vaccination Coverage Among Children Aged 19–35 Months — United States, 2014
- Vaccination Coverage Among Children in Kindergarten — United States, 2014–15 School Year
- How Many People Aren’t Vaccinating Their Kids in Your State?
- Do You Live in a State with Low Vaccination Rates?
- An Alternative Vaccination Schedule Actually Presents More Risks than Benefits
- 732,000: American Lives Saved by Vaccination