The CDC recommended vaccination schedules for birth through 18 years of age appear below.

This image is courtesy of

Perhaps of even greater interest is the following image from the CDC, displaying the contraindication schedule for vaccines. Note that vaccines are recommended for virtually everyone. Only a few very limited criteria qualify a person medically, per the CDC. These criteria include ‘immunocompromised’ which the CDC defines as ‘severe combined immune deficiency’; someone who is actively receiving chemotherapy (one must catch-up on vaccines immediately after chemotherapy is finished), or recently received an organ transplant. All other immunosuppressive conditions like autoimmunity, asthma, allergies, among others, are not contraindicated per the CDC.