Pregnant Women


Everything You Need to Know About the Latest COVID-19 Booster Recommendations

Are you boosted against COVID-19? Do you know if you’re eligible for your second booster? We’ve pulled together the information you need to understand the latest booster recommendations as...


Commemorating One MillIion COVID-19 Deaths

Joint Statement from Good Health WINs Partners, including Vaccinate Your Family and NCNW May 2022 We were deeply saddened to learn of the one-millionth death from COVID-19 today. One...


Are Vaccines Safe for My Baby? Get Answers From Trusted Nurses

We’re discussing vaccines recommended for babies from April 24 – April 30 for National Infant Immunization Week. Join the conversation on social media by using #LetsTalkAboutVaxBaby.  If you recently...


Let’s Talk About Flu Vaccine Effectiveness

  Editor’s Note: As of June 2022, the CDC announced new data that shows that the flu vaccine’s effectiveness this year was about 35% against infection, much higher than...


COVID Vaccines During Pregnancy: What We Know About Safety, Benefits

Pregnancy experts strongly recommend that all pregnant and recently pregnant individuals, including those who are breastfeeding, get a COVID-19 vaccine. But why? And how do we know COVID vaccines...


Your Winter Wellness Routine Needs This One Important Thing

Temperatures are dropping. Do you feel like you’re more likely to get sick in the winter months? While this may be true, it isn’t directly caused by cold temperatures....


The Top 10 Things You Need to Know This Flu Season

As COVID-19 continues, but preventive measures like masking and social distancing have relaxed, public health experts worry this flu season could be serious. That’s why, for the 2021-2022 flu...


Flu 2021 Forecast: Do I Still Need a Flu Vaccine This Year Even If Last Season Was Mild?

Influenza (flu) can be serious for anyone, even healthy children and adults. Millions of people get sick with flu every year in the U.S., hundreds of thousands end up...


How to Talk to Unvaccinated Friends and Family

Even if you’re fully vaccinated, it’s likely you know someone who is not. There are a lot of reasons why people might opt out of vaccines — from disinformation...


Video Q&A: Vaccines During Pregnancy

Vaccinate Your Family was pleased to host Dr. Laura Riley of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medicine, in collaboration with American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – ACOG, as she answered...