(WICHITA, Kan.)—There are so many of vaccines and immunizations out there from measles, mumps and smallpox it can be difficult for a parent to know what their child needs and when.
The KU school of medicine hosted a lecture about when you should immunize your child. They says there's been a lot of research and trials in the field showing the benefits of vaccinating are worth it.
Dr. Robert Wittler says, when you research a vaccine, read the items that show up at the top of the search engine page. He says the further down the page, you see sources that are very opposed to vaccines, and you would be very scared of them if you were to read those sites.
Click the link below for a schedule of recommended vaccinations.