When it comes to getting vaccinated, a new report finds many adults aren't staying on track.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention people 19-years and older are supposed to get the T-dap vaccine, which protects against Whooping Cough, Tetanus and Diphtheria but only 13-percent were vaccinated in 2011.
On a positive note 30 percent of adult women were given the HPV vaccine, which is an increase from the year before. Vaccines that protect against pneumonia and shingles are also available and recommended for some adults yet many do not receive them.
CDC experts say you should talk to your doctor because vaccine recommendations change based on your age and health history.