We often think of immunizations as something we get for our kids, but adults need vaccines too.

We all know we should get an annual flu shot, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises staying current on many other vaccinations such a tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis. They suggest a booster for most of us every 10 years

We may also need a shingles and pneumonia vaccine as well as many others, based on our age and health status.   Learn more about recommended adult vaccines and take this online quiz from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/