Yes! Vaccines are an important part of preventative healthcare that protect us from serious and sometimes deadly diseases. There are several common vaccines that everyone should consider getting, including the flu vaccine, Tdap vaccine, HPV vaccine, and MMR vaccine. These vaccines help protect against diseases like the flu, tetanus, whooping cough, HPV, and measles, mumps, and rubella. Getting vaccinated not only protects yourself, but also helps prevent the spread of disease to others who may not be able to receive certain vaccines. Talk to your healthcare provider about which vaccines are recommended for you and your family.