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California vaccine exemption restriction bill is signed into law, with a religious loophole by The Refusers

Kaiser Study Whitewashes Gardasil Deaths, Epilepsy and Convulsions – Businessweek by The Refusers


Mandatory vaccination case pending in Mercer

Dennis Kucinich Good Government ~ Gary Null Vaccine Injury by themaryandsallieshow

Vaccines in childhood: Strategies to 
address the concerns of parents

Former senior scientist at pharmaceutical firm says vaccines may cause autism

What’s in Your Medicine Chest this Flu Season? by Dr. Janet Levatin

Are You Concerned Over Genetically Modified Vaccines? by Dr. Mercola (video)


***Sudden neurologic symptom onset in adolescence AFTER HPV vaccine! by Anne Dachel

Gay 'Conversion,' Vaccination Opt Out, Immigration and More: California Gets 191 New Laws

Scientific Fraud Is On The Rise… Honestly by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Facts about Measles for Adults

Docs have mixed feelings on school vaccinations

California AB 2109 Comment in AoA by Rob Schneider


HPV vaccine safe but linked to fainting and skin infections, study finds

HPV vaccine gets a (mostly) clean bill of health

Study Affirms Safety of HPV4 Vaccine for Adolescents and Young Women in Routine Clinical Care

Quigley: Are vaccinations essential or harmful?

Tics and Toxins: The Beast, the Wrestler, and the Trouble With Conversion Disorder by Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill - Age of Autism

Whooping cough vaccinations on offer to pregnant women

Medicine, Vaccines & Pregnancy

Study Shows Influenza Vaccines Cause Spontaneous Abortions and Stillbirths

US FDA issues new BE guidelines for 50 APIs - The US FDA has issued draft bioequivalence guidelines for nearly 50 active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) in a notice in the Federal Register.

Free flu shots offered to residents

Walgreens fights flu season with free vaccinations for low income, uninsured individuals

The State of Autism—and 15 Questions for the Presidential Candidates by Jennifer Hutchinson - Vactruth

Lonza to make antibody conjugates for preclinical trials - Lonza will use its facility in Visp, Switzerland to make preclinical trial supplies of an antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) being developed by Intellect Neurosciences.

Two Major Attacks on Parental Rights

WHO chief appreciates Pakistan's polio eradication strategy

ISLAMABAD, Oct 2 (APP): Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr Margaret Chan has appreciated the steps taken by Pakistan for the eradication of polio.At the 59th Session of the WHO Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean ...
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Rotary's 'Pennies for Polio' campaign kicks off in Wilmington

"Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria are the only three countries, but it's easy to spread, it's only a plane ride away, so we have to finish the job and get rid of polio in the remaining three countries," he said. Click here to listen. It costs 60 cents ...
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Polio campaign in Swat from Oct 15

polio 400 SWAT: More than 421965 children in 65 union councils of the area would be vaccinated in a three-day anti polio drive to be started from October 15. A meeting in this regard was chaired by DCO Swat, Kamran Rehman at his office on Tuesday that ...
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Business Recorder (blog)

HPV vaccine found safe in large study | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A study of nearly 190000 young women injected with Merck & Co's human papillomavirus vaccine Gardasil found no new safety ...
www.reuters.com/.../us-hpv-vaccine-found-safe-in-large-study...

Father tells of heartache at losing son to meningitis

"I was 28 when it happened and these are the kind of things that mark you for the rest of your life – I have a 10-year-old daughter Eve now and whenever she has a headache or another symptom of meningitis, you can't help but run these things over in ...
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This is Nottingham

Williamson schools chief says meningitis at elementary reported by parents ...

FRANKLIN Williamson County Schools' Director Mike Looney said they still have no confirmation from state or county health officials about viral meningitis in a local school, but that they are nonetheless taking it seriously. In a press conference this ...
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HPV vaccine safe but linked to fainting and skin infections, study finds

The study included nearly 200,000 girls who received at least one dose of the quadrivalent HPV vaccine, known as Gardasil, which is marketed by Merck & Co. and protects against four strains of HPV. Researchers found that fainting was six times more ...
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Gardasil: No Serious Health Concerns Linked with HPV Vaccine

Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil, was found to be safe in a large safety study required by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The vaccine did cause fainting on the day of the shot and skin infections two weeks later in some women — known short-term ...
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TIME

Doctors Hope New Study Means More HPV Vaccinations « CBS ...

Some parents have been concerned about the safety of the HPV vaccine. But, as Teresa Garcia shows us, doctors say a new study should be reassuring.
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THE FLU VACCINE: MORE HYPE THAN SUBSTANCE?

Dr. Simone directs those curious about the presence of those toxins in vaccine products to visit the FDA's web site to see for themselves. For its part, and without the benefit of conclusive scientific proof, FDA represents to the public that the ...
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This year's flu vaccine guards against new strains

Last year's flu shot won't shield you this year: Two new strains of influenza have begun circling the globe, and the updated vaccine appears to work well against them, government officials said Thursday. Just because last year was the mildest flu ...
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Kenya sounds alarm over measles outbreak

NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 2 – Thirty two children have succumbed to complications of a new measles outbreak in the country over the past nine months. Public Health and Sanitation Director Shahnaaz Sharif said the deadly epidemic started in refugee camps in ...
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Capital FM Kenya

Docs have mixed feelings on school vaccinations

In Denver, a project funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has provided in-school flu shots, as well as vaccinations recommended for older kids and teenagers: the meningococcal meningitis vaccine, the human papilloma virus (HPV) ...
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Merck's Gardasil deemed safe in another large study FiercePharma

Relax, parents, vaccine researchers say. Merck's ($MRK) human papillomavirus vaccine has proven safe in another large study designed to gauge its side ...
www.fiercepharma.com/story/mercks-gardasil.../2012-10-02

How Vaccine Policy & Law Threatens Parental Rights in America

Being able to easily and inexpensively decrease a child's chances of experiencing an adverse reaction should be embraced and encouraged by all health officials and doctors rather than conveniently dismissing the legitimate vaccine safety concerns of ...
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HPV Vaccine Found to Have Minimal Side Effects

The HPV vaccine is the stuff of debate, and by that we mean there are parents who feel great about marching their sons and daughters to the doctor to get the shots, and there are parents who would rather put their kids in a canoe without a life ...
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Pricey polio campaign may stop

Dhaka, Oct 2 (bdnews24.com)—Bangladesh may stop the costly special polio campaign it has been doing every year since 1995 since the target to be free of the virus has been achieved. According to the Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI), the ...
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At the UN, money backs up vow to eradicate polio by 2015

(TIME.com) -- Peter Salk and Aseefa Zardari never met before today, but they have an odd and very significant thing in common: both of them were inoculated against polio by one of their parents. In the case of Salk, of course, it was his father Jonas ...
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HPV vaccine safe, but may raise risk of fainting and infections

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is generally safe, but may increase the risk of fainting and skin infections shortly after vaccination, a new study finds. The study included nearly 200,000 girls who received at least one dose of the quadrivalent ...
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Girl, two, died from meningitis after paramedic sent ambulance away saying she ...

A two-year-old girl died from meningitis after her parents were wrongly told she was suffering from swine flu, an inquest has heard. Georgia Keeling, from Norwich, died after being rushed to hospital on August 4, 2009, at the height of the swine flu ...
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Daily Mail

WHY? – Mumps, etc.

Alopecia and Eskimo Snow saw WHY? distance themselves from the hip-hop template that defined their earlier albums as Yoni Wolf's neurotic drawl played second fiddle to his nasally croon. And while the results were often excellent, it's exhilarating to ...
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The Skinny

DH to run pertussis campaign for pregnant women

The campaign will stress the importance of vaccination and try to improve take-up of the vaccine. A DH survey suggests few pregnant women are aware of the outbreak. The HPA has reported 4,791 cases of pertussis so far in 2012, four times the total for ...
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Study Finds HPV Vaccine Gardasil Safe

HPV is also linked to vaginal cancer in women and mouth and throat cancer in both men and women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates about 15,000 women and 7,000 men are diagnosed with an HPV-related cancer each year in the ...
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Infectious diseases doctor at Baystate: Yes, it's time to get that flu shot!

According to Haessler, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced in August that it had approved the 2012-2013 influenza (flu) vaccine formulation. Each year experts from the FDA, World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and ...
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MassLive.com

HPV vaccine deemed safe, even for young girls

Concerns over the safety of the Gardasil vaccine emerged soon after the Food and Drug Administration approved it in 2006. Leading health organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics, ...
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MercuryThimerosal is still an ingredient in many vaccines

SaneVax Contrary to popular belief mercurythimerosal has not been phased out of all vaccines used in the United States According to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg ...
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Gardasil | RedState

The new Gallup poll of the Republican contenders is out, this time with USA TODAY branding. Just looking at the frontrunners Rick Perry and Mitt Romney in ...
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Study: Gardasil safe for pediatrics

A new study found that the HPV vaccine Gardasil is safe for use in pediatric patients.
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Study finds Merck's cervical-cancer vaccine Gardasil 'safe' - One ...

Study finds Merck's cervical-cancer vaccine Gardasil 'safe' ♢ gardasil.jpg ext The Kaiser Permanente Vaccine Study.. ♢ US on One News Page[US] on Tuesday, ...
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Study finds Merck's cervical-cancer vaccine Gardasil 'safe ...

With the Gardasil vaccine - which protects against four strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) - linked to some mild side-effects like fainting and skin ...
topnews.us/.../250912-study-finds-merck-s-cervical-cancer-va...

Study: Gardasil can cause fainting and skin infections in some cases ...

A new study is looking closer into the vaccine know as Gardasil and what effects it may have on those who take it. Researchers found that fainting was six times ...
www.whec.com/news/stories/s2785971.shtml

HPV Vaccine Safe, But May Raise Risk of Fainting & Infections

But because studies conducted before a vaccine's approval are usually too small to detect rare side effects, researchers have continued to monitor the ...

Protect Kuwait from Smallpox

Protect Kuwait from Smallpox. Smallpox is considered the first fatal disease that human beings managed to overcome and eradicate completely, or so we thought. This was until the World Health Organization revealed last year that the virus still existed ...
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Help Sock It to Polio

Since 1985 Rotarians world wide have raised hundreds of millions of dollars to eradicate polio. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, impressed with Rotary's work, contributed more than $1 billion towards this initiative. Authorities claim that the ...
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Ga. school nurses preparing to give flu shots

The Georgia Association of School Nurses and the Georgia Department of Public Health are working together to boost immunization among the state's school children. Carol Darsey, the president of the school nurses group, says flu shot clinics will be ...
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Study Affirms Safety of HPV4 Vaccine for Adolescents and Young Women in ...

The Food and Drug Administration approved the quadrivalent HPV vaccine in 2006 for females between the ages of 9 to 26 for prevention of a range of diseases attributed to HPV. More recently, HPV4 was approved for the same age group for the prevention ...
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Study should dispel HPV vaccine myths

Persistent genital HPV infection can cause cervical cancer in women. The vaccine to prevent HPV, developed by Australian immunologist Ian Frazer, was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 2006, and Australia introduced its own national ...
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Quigley: Are vaccinations essential or harmful?

No link between Autism and vaccinations was ever proved. Until 2000 many vaccines contained Thimerosol, a preservative containing Mercury, ...

HPV vaccine found safe in large study

While Gardasil has already been deemed safe and effective by health regulators across the globe, large follow-up studies are typically required after vaccines hit the market to make sure less-common side effects haven't been missed. Klein's team ...
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Two Die In Cluster Of Meningitis Cases At Outpatient Facility

"This is a different kind of meningitis. its a serious disease. fortunately, its not catching, it cant be spread from person to person," said Dr. William Shaffner, from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. St. Thomas Hospital was not affected. No ...
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2 die in meningitis outbreak; Saint Thomas neurosurgery clinic shuts down

From left,Dr. David R. Reagan M.D., Dr. John Dreyzehner, commissioner of Health and Dr. Marion Kayiner announce that 11 Tennessean patients contracted a rare form of fungal meningitis while receiving treatment at the St. Thomas Outpatient Neurosurgery ...
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2 dead from meningitis outbreak at Tennessee neurosurgery center

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) has teamed up with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to investigate a cluster of meningitis cases, which have been linked to the Saint Thomas Outpatient Neurosurgery Center in Nashville, The ...
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Treat vaccine refusers like smokers: study

Parents who refuse vaccinations for their children should be treated like smokers with a gradual approach to encourage them to move from “pre-contemplation” to “contemplation”, immunisation researchers say. In a review of parents' attitudes to ...
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Increased Cases Of Polio Reported In Nigeria

Leaders from around the world are renewing their call to eradicate polio. The disease has been eradicated in all but Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria. Of those three countries, Nigeria is the only one reporting an increase this year in the number of ...
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Dr. James H. Conway: Vaccines will save our lives — if we let them

James H. Conway is a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the University of Wisconsin-School of Medicine & Public Health. He also chairs the Immunization and Infectious Diseases Committee for the Wisconsin chapter of the American Academy of ...
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HPV Vaccine Found Safe in Large Study - Drugs.com MedNews

The most common side effects in girls and young women who receive the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine appear to be fainting right after the injection and ski.
Drugs.com - Daily MedNews

Ulster Health Department keeps close eye on measles

Ulster Health Department keeps close eye on measles. KINGSTON – Following a confirmed case of measles recently, the Ulster County Health Department is continuing to monitor the county for evidence of any new cases. Commissioner Dr. Carol Smith said ...
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Measles is on the rise

Numbers of measles cases began to appear in June in western and south-western Sydney, after a person returned home from Thailand while infectious and transferred the virus. Measles can be a huge worry for parents, said NSW Health, as the highly ...
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Vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and those around you from flu

An annual influenza vaccine, given in the fall, now is recommended for nearly everyone over the age of 6 months, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The flu is a virus that infects the respiratory system (nose, throat and ...
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Are You Concerned Over Genetically Modified Vaccines?

If you've ever had qualms about eating genetically modified (GM) foods, you'd likely be deeply concerned about receiving a GM vaccine as well. Such vaccines are already being produced – some are even on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Officials prepare for flu season

Per recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, everyone who is at least six months of age is encouraged get a flu vaccine this season. Officials say it is especially important for certain people to get vaccinated — including ...
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West Nile Victim Talks About Symptoms, Hopes for Cure

“For animals and horses that are infected there is a vaccine, so essentially all the horses in this area are vaccinated,” he said. The Centers for Disease control says when it comes to a human vaccine, 'many scientists are working on this issue.' We ...
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WREG

Study finds HPV vaccine is safe – The Chart - CNN.com Blogs

A vaccine against human papillomavirus, commonly known as HPV, a virus known ... the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family ...
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Pox virus may fight breast cancer

A relative of the small pox virus may be an effective weapon against one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer, research has shown. Laboratory tests showed that more than 90% of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) cells treated with the vaccinia ...
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Relative of small pox virus may be effective weapon against breast cancer

Lead researcher Dr Sepideh Gholami, from Stanford University in California, US, said: "The reason we used the vaccinia virus is that it is a member of the small pox family, and, as we know, small pox vaccine has been given to millions of people to ...
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Irish Independent

What's Going Around: walking pneumonia, roseola, chicken pox

Kutilek has also seen patients with chicken pox. Doctor Michael Hanich with the Kearney Clinic says that he's seen several patients with gallstones. He has also seen several patients with ulcer disease. Hanish says if you are over 65 years old, it's ...
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19 Emirs Meet in Katsina On Polio

Katsina — Nineteen emirs and chiefs under the auspices of Northern Traditional Rulers Committee on polio eradication Saturday converged on Katsina State to evolve measures of eradicating the child killer disease in the country before the end of the year.
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AllAfrica.com

Rotary showing film on polio

The event will also include a panel with guests such as Dr. Peter Salk, eldest son of the vaccine's pioneer, Dr. Jonas Salk, and Jim Wright, a polio survivor who will bring a child-sized iron lung. Tickets are still available for the screening, which ...
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Polio vaccine plays pranks on children

Bangladeshi children have been afflicted with the wild polio virus even after taking as many as 23 doses of Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV), a government document reveals. The 18 cases were found in 2006 – the latest being available – when the government said ...
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Bangladesh News 24 hours

New Health Clinic Opens in North Las Vegas

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The newest public health center is now open in North Las Vegas at 955 West Craig Road, near Craig Road and Revere Street. The center will offer several services, including childhood immunizations, seasonal flu immunizations ...
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HPV Vaccine Found to Have Minimal Side Effects

By Jeannine Stein Some parents distrust the HPV vaccine, but a study finds it has few side effects. (Photo: Bloomberg/Getty Images) The HPV vaccine is the ...

Meningitis Outbreak Hits HIV-Positive Men in New York

Invasive meningococcal disease, better known as meningitis, is a bacterial infection of the brain's membranous lining, called the meninges. Early symptoms include fever, headache, vomiting, stiff neck and a rash within 10 days of the infection. And if ...
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Viral meningitis cases reported at Oak View Elementary

FRANKLIN — Williamson County school officials have confirmed that four families have reported cases of viral meningitis to administrators. All four cases were reported at Oak View Elementary School in Franklin where disinfection procedures are being ...
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Health officials investigate meningitis cluster

(AP) — A cluster of meningitis cases that left two people dead in Nashville is under investigation by the Tennessee Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the Department of Health, 11 patients who had ...
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Meningitis outbreak shuts down Saint Thomas clinic

The Saint Thomas Outpatient Neurosurgery Center outpatient clinic has been shut down following an apparent outbreak of meningitis. According to a news release from the Tennessee Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
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Boulder County: Whooping cough 'epidemic' brings 10-fold spike in cases

In infants and young children, especially those who haven't gotten three doses of pertussis vaccine, whooping cough can cause hospitalization, seizures, long-term neurological problems and even death. About half of the infants who get whooping cough ...
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It couldn't be... chicken pox?

It started with a little rash under one arm. I didn't think much of it at the time as the kids are generally a wheezing, itching, sneezing bunch (with the asthmatic and hayfever gene coming from both Ali and myself). Hives was what I actually thought ...
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Chickenpox Outbreak Hits Homer, Soldotna

An outbreak of chickenpox in Soldotna and Homer has state public health officials worried about the high number of local children who are not receiving vaccinations. An above-average number of reported cases of chickenpox, varicella by its scientific ...
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Boulder County Health calls whooping cough an 'epidemic' after 114 cases this ...

“This is a 10-fold increase in the number of cases from the same time last year,” said Sophia Yager, Boulder County Public Health Immunization Program coordinator. Whooping cough is included in the DTaP vaccination, which stands for diphtheria, tetanus ...
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KMGH Denver

Georgia School Nurses Partner With State Public Health Coalition to Provide ...

The Georgia Association of School Nurses (GASN) is partnering with state public health stakeholders to hold flu immunization clinics for children, teachers and staff at schools, beginning in early October. Georgia's school flu immunization clinics will ...
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Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil, ruled safe by study

Merck's Gardasil, the human papillomavirus vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, ... Governor Rick Perry for requiring girls in his state to be vaccinated.

HPV vaccine gets a (mostly) clean bill of health

A large study of the safety of the HPV vaccine has turned up no unexpected side effects. The study, published Monday in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, did find that the vaccine caused some women to faint the day they received ...
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Harlow hospital pays out £1m over 'missed' meningitis

Harlow hospital pays out £1m over 'missed' meningitis. A boy left severely disabled when meningitis went undetected for days by an Essex hospital has been awarded more than £1m from the NHS. The boy was ill for almost a week in 2002 before a diagnosis ...
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State investigating 12 cases of meningitis

This particular type of meningitis is not contagious and cannot be caught from person-to-person contact. But the state still seemed insistent on going public with the problem, which stems from Saint Thomas Outpatient Neurosurgery Center, an outpatient ...
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Health officials investigate meningitis cluster

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating a cluster of meningitis cases that has left two patients dead in Nashville. According to the Health Department, 11 patients who ...
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Fungus meningitis sickens 12, kills 2

A dozen people have been sickened and two have died after an outbreak of fungal meningitis tied to injections given at outpatient surgical centers in Tennessee and North Carolina, health officials said. At least 737 people who received lumbar epidural ...
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Study: HPV Vaccine Already Providing Herd Immunity

Study shows Gardisil, the vaccine that protects against cervical cancer, is helping the masses.
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HPV Vaccine Found Safe in Large Study

Fainting, skin infections most common side effects seen in girls, young women.
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HPV vaccine found to be safe in new study - CBS News Video

CBS News video: HPV vaccine found to be safe in new study - Some parents have been ...
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Americans urged to get vaccinated as flu season nears

The 2012-13 vaccine has one strain in common with last year's and two new ones. Koh and officials from other health organizations, including the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, urged vaccination as a first-line ...
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Whooping cough hitting Boulder County children

Health officials recommend that parents review their children's immunization records to ensure they're up to date on DTaP/Tdap vaccinations for diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis. Adults should get one pertussis booster dose, especially if they're ...
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Merck's HPV Vaccine Gardasil Shown Safe in Kaiser Study

By Anna Edney on October 01, 2012 Merck & Co. ... when she chastised Texas Governor Rick Perry for requiring girls in his state to be vaccinated.

AnneDachel.com » Blog Archive » Age of Autism: Big news on ...

HERE. California's AB 2109 was signed by Governor Brown yesterday. This bill requires a doctor to counsel individuals wanting a vaccine exemption.
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Mitt Romney Versus Lyme Disease and Science

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concurs. Worse, the flyer advocates responding to the disease with “aggressive antibiotics.” But in several recent studies, people with lasting complications of Lyme disease who received antibiotics for an ...
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Flu vaccine available across S.C.

“In the coming weeks, DHEC county public health departments will also be offering vaccine. The flu vaccine is still the best way to guard against serious illness this fall and winter.” Bell said both DHEC and the federal Centers for Disease Control and ...
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HPV vaccine found safe in large study Yahoo News

From Yahoo! News: NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A study of nearly 190000 young women injected with Merck & Co's human papillomavirus vaccine Gardasil found no ...
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Merck's HPV Vaccine Gardasil Shown to Be Safe in Kaiser Study

(MRK)'s Gardasil, the human papillomavirus vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, ... Governor Rick Perry for requiring girls in his state to be vaccinated.

Reactions to HPV Vaccine Found Brief, Minor

In a vaccine safety study, routine administration of the quadrivalent HPV vaccine was associated with only two minor short-term adverse events: syncope on ...

HPV Vaccine Generally Safe

Note that this was a post-licensing study for adverse events resulting in an emergency ... The quadrivalent vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV) is ...

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