Are you looking for reliable sources of information about vaccines? Check out the websites below (…and follow this link to find out What’s New in Vaccine Science).

Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – Providing complete, up-to-date and reliable information about vaccines to parents and healthcare professionals.

NDs for Vaccines – Naturopathic doctors discussing health, medicine and vaccines.

The American Academy of Family Physicians – dedicated to the health of individuals and their communities, across the ages.

The American Academy of Pediatrics – dedicated to the health of all children. Follow this link for parents, or click here for providers.

The Immunization Action Coalition – seeking to increase vaccination rates and decrease disease by producing and distributing educational materials to healthcare professionals and the public.

Voices for Vaccines – a parent-driven pro-vaccine community, supported by health professionals, scientists, and public health officials, that provides clear evidence-based information about vaccines and vaccine preventable disease. Looking for stories of people who have changed their minds about vaccines? This is the place. Tell your vaccine story and become a part of the conversation.

Every Child By Two – founded by Rosalynn Carter and Betty Bumpers, ECBT offers a comprehensive resource for vaccine FAQs and information, videos by experts, and stories of families touched by vaccine-preventable disease. Its yearly State of the Immunion report highlights immunization rates across the nation, costs to the community of vaccine-preventable illness, and the effects of policy on vaccination in the U.S. See also Every Child by Two’s Vaccinate Your Family program and their Shot of Prevention blog.

The History of Vaccines – an educational resource by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Everything you ever wanted to know about the history of vaccines and vaccine-preventable disease.

Autism Science Foundation – the foundation’s mission is to support autism research by providing funding and other assistance to scientists and organizations conducting, facilitating, publicizing and disseminating autism research. The organization also provides information about autism to the general public and serves to increase awareness of autism spectrum disorders and the needs of individuals and families affected by autism.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – your go-to source for information about vaccines. The CDC plays a lead role in promoting public health through vaccination, in supporting research into the safety and efficacy of vaccines, in determining the vaccine schedules, and in post-licensure monitoring of vaccines after wide-spread use.

Skeptical Raptor – Scientist, researcher, and blogger, Skeptical Raptor is on a mission to debunk myths and expose pseudoscience and those who pedal it.