The rabies vaccine for humans is a series of injections administered before exposure to rabies or following a bite by an animal suspected of being infected with the disease, according to Vaccines.gov. People who handle a... More »

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To find free rabies vaccines for pets, start by contacting your local animal shelter or Humane Society. These organizations often give free or low-cost rabies vaccinations at their own clinics, or they can direct you to ... More »

The first symptoms of human rabies include fever, general discomfort, weakness and headache, states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Severe symptoms include insomnia, delirium, cerebral anxiety, hallucinat... More »

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For infants, the pneumococcal vaccine is a series of four doses made up of two different vaccines, including PCV13 and PPSV23, according to Vaccines.gov. Infants should receive the vaccine at 2, 4, 6 and 12 through 15 mo... More »

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The rabies vaccine for humans is 100 percent effective when administered in time, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For those exposed to the rabies virus, vaccination must occur prior to the vi... More »

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A pneumococcal vaccine is a shot that protects against certain types of pneumococcal bacteria, which are known to cause pneumococcal disease, as stated by Vaccines.gov. As of 2015, the two pneumococcal vaccines include t... More »

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Children between 12 and 23 months of age normally receive the hepatitis A vaccine, a series of two injections administered six months apart, according to Vaccines.gov. People under 40 traveling abroad can receive their f... More »

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