Health Maintenance Guidelines
Babies receive 29 immunizations between birth and 2 years old.
Women start receiving pap tests every three years from age 21 to 29.
Adults younger than age 65 should receive a tetanus vaccine (Tdap or Td) every 10 years.
At age 50, women should get a mammogram every two years to screen for breast cancer.
The decision to screen for colorectal cancer in adults this age should be an individual one based on your overall health and prior screening history.