Late August, early September is typically a time when people take their last vacations of the summer and those with kids get them prepped for the start of a new school year. With that comes back-to-school shopping and annual vaccines to ensure that students are ready for school to start.
Kids have specific health requirements when it comes to vaccines; however, studies show that adults are not as diligent when it comes to staying up on their own immunizations. In the last few years, there has been a big push for Americans to receive the flu vaccine in order to prevent contracting the disease, especially during peak times. The flu shot, however, is not the only vaccine that adults should be receiving.