Some vaccines need to be repeated; others should be initiated during adulthood
from The Washington Post
You might think that the shots you received as a child to protect you from tetanus, diphtheria and more would last a lifetime. Not so. Certain vaccines need to be repeated during adulthood to ensure that you stay protected, while others, such as the rubella vaccine and chickenpox shot, weren't even around when many of us were young.
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