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Daily News 2012-09-22

Running to End Polio

They are hoping to immunize all children around the world under the age of 5 against the Polio virus to eventually eradicate the disease completely. Neerhoff explains the name of the event comes from the fact that they will be running along the ...
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Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre

Hajjis to receive polio vaccinations

increase text size decrease text size. ISLAMABAD – All Hajj pilgrims from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria will receive two drops of oral polio vaccine when they arrive in Saudi Arabia, former Saudi Health Minister Dr. Hussain Al Gezairy said ...
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The Age of Autism Book

In the old days, it used to be the time for polio outbreaks as well. The article says: "Vaccines are among the most important achievements of modern medicine. Since the first major types came into broad use in the 1940s, they have drastically reduced ...
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Immunization clinic offered in West Salem

Statesman Journal. Filed Under. Update. Polk County Public Health announced that it is offering a monthly immunization clinic for children and adults in West Salem. The clinic will take place from 8:45 to 11 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month ...
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'Everyone is at risk'

The most common reason given for this low uptake on the vaccines is cost. The HPV vaccine is given in a series of three injections over six months, with the cost having gone down from P6,500 per dose at the beginning, to P3,500 per dose today, or ...
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Group: Not Enough Teens Vaccinated Against Meningitis

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The last thing a parent wants to think about is meningitis, but health officials say too many parents are not thinking about it, and vaccination rates are too low. A push is being made by the School Nurse Organization of Minnesota ...
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CBS Local

Victoria man diagnosed with meningitis linked to Lyme disease

His symptoms seemed to indicate meningitis, an inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord, usually because of an infection, Bhatia said, but the lumbar test came in negative for the most common forms of the disease. Balboa was ...
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Victoria Advocate

Fear of measles prompts appeal by Cumbria health chief

The reports have prompted a reminder for people to protect both themselves and their children from the condition and get themselves vaccinated with both doses of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine. Dr Rebecca Wagstaff, NHS Cumbria's ...
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News & Star

Second Tyler ISD student diagnosed with whooping cough

"The best way to prevent Pertussis (whooping cough) among infants, children, teens, and adults is to get vaccinated. Many young children get whooping cough from adults or older brothers or sisters who don't know they have the disease." says Dr ...
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189 new cases of pertussis confirmed in Minn. this week

Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, causes a persistent, severe cough that sometimes lasts for months. Three-quarters of Minnesota's cases have occurred in vaccinated people, said Kris Ehresmann, director of the infectious disease division at the ...
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Health: Measles epidemic kills 22 in Congo

Measles epidemic Congo - An outbreak of measles, which has been raging in Likouala, North-eastern Congo since April, has already killed 22 people, the state-run radio said Friday. The epidemic, which initially hit Liranga and Bétou, have now reached ...
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Measles alert issued

Measles alert issued. ALBANY - In light of confirmation of a measles case in a school-aged child in Ulster County, State Health Commissioner Nirav R. Shah, M.D., M.P.H., advises all New Yorkers to be vaccinated against measles. "Many people think ...
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Measles outbreak on travellers' camp site

As all primary school-aged children on the site attend Bowness Primary School, a letter will be sent home to parents, informing them of an optional MMR immunisation session at the school on Monday, from 1.30pm until 4pm. Measles can lead to serious ...
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Catholic School Threatened in Lawsuit for Refusing to Administer HPV

Health Impact News A group known as HPV Calgary is threatening to sue the Catholic School ...

HPV vaccination tomorrow? - Yahoo! Answers

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Teenage mum dedicates herself to fundraising after losing baby to meningitis

A TEENAGER who lost her baby son to meningitis has left the North-East for university vowing to dedicate her life to charity in his memory. Amy Hayes, of Tanfield, near Stanley , County Durham, was devastated when seven-month-old Oscar contracted the ...
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More Awareness on Meningitis Needed

More Awareness on Meningitis Needed. Making most of the Meningitis Awareness Week (September 17-23), a Carrick man, who has contracted the disease for four times, has urged to remain cautious of the same. Gordon Taylor has opened up the topic and ...
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French Tribune

Polio stalls for Hajj pilgrims awareness

Peshawar—Department of Health Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with the support of Directorate of Hajj and UNICEF have set up polio stalls at Haji Camp Peshawar to raise awareness among the pilgrims about the crippling disease and to ensure them polio ...
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Polly Tommey LaunchesPolly's Place For Young ... - Age of Autism

(London, England) Polly Tommey launches 'Polly's Place': supporting Real World Living for young adults with Autism Polly Tommey, a mother from London with a ...

Local man diagnosed with Meningitis linked to Lyme Disease

Once he was re-admitted to the hospital, Balboa was tested for a less common type of bacterial meningitis that is not contagious and is linked to Lyme disease. He tested positive, and finally he and his family had the relief of knowing what made him ill.
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Victoria Advocate

Gardasil - Community - Cooking Light Community

Because I think that a number of the deaths you are referencing AREN'T FROM GARDASIL. Therefore, there isn't a clear pattern. If the cause is from something ...

Measles confirmed in student who attends Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in ...

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — A case of measles has been confirmed in a student who attends the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in New Paltz, according to the Dutchess County Department of Health. The measles case was reported by Dutchess County Health ...
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It's Not Too Early to Get Flu Vaccine

It's really is important to get the vaccine as soon as the vaccine is available," said nurse Mary Alice Lavin. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that everyone six months or older gets vaccinated, especially the very young and those ...
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Third case of chicken pox reported at SFSU

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Students at San Francisco State University are being warned to look for symptoms of the chicken pox after a third person came down with the disease this week. School officials say it involves a student who lives on campus and ...
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Chickenpox outbreak concerns parents, kids in Camdenton

CAMDENTON, Mo. – A spike in the number of chickenpox cases is creating concerns for parents and kids. “In the last several years we have only seen a few cases of chicken pox each year. This year we have really gotten a pretty good spell of them” stated ...
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Ghana to benefit from new Meningitis Vaccine

Bolgatanga, Sept. 21, GNA - Ghana is among the epidemic zones in sub Sahara Africa that have been selected by the World Health Organization and its partners to benefit from a new Meningitis Vaccine known as Conjugate Vaccine. The new Vaccine is to ...
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Get meningitis vaccine, now

The recent death of MTSU student Jacob Nunley from bacterial meningitis serves as a grim reminder that parents should not delay getting their preteens and teens vaccinated against meningococcal meningitis. Jacob was from Dyersburg, very close to home.
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Pertussis Reported In Two Local Schools

“While it is possible to still get pertussis after being vaccinated, the symptoms are much less severe,” said Wilma Wooten, M.D., M.P.H., public health officer for the County. “Parents should make sure their children have received all the recommended ...
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Measels case confirmed in Mid-Hudson Valley

The Dutchess County Department of Health announced today a confirmed case of measles in a student at the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in New Paltz. Anyone who has visited this school since Sept. 10 or has had any contact with anyone from this ...
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Social media aids polio fight

Use a tracking arrow to see the decline in polio cases since the eradication campaign started 24 years ago. Last year, 650 polio cases were reported worldwide, down from 350,000 when the effort started. The disease has never stopped in Afghanistan, ...
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Post-polio syndrome affects some who overcame polio in childhood

Poznanski has post-polio syndrome, a disease that affects 25 to 40 percent of polio survivors years after initial onset of polio. He lives in Las Vegas, but he graduated from York Suburban High School, and comes to York County every summer to visit ...
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On The Road To Polio Eradication In Pakistan

As part of my reporting on Pakistan's effort to eradicate polio, I wanted to accompany some so-called social mobilizers. These are the people who lay the groundwork for the vaccinators, help educate people and try to dispel some rumors that have ...
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Washington state's immunization opt-out rules a national model

We've come a long way. The number of kindergarteners whose parents opted them out of immunization requirements had more than doubled in the decade that ended in 2008. Vaccines have virtually eliminated deaths from infectious diseases such as polio ...
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Top of the posts: Homophobia, the British citizenship test and meningitis

To mark meningitis week, Darius McQuaid shared his own experience of the disease, in order to raise awareness and urge others to get checked out if they think they have the symptoms. Meanwhile Erich McElroy tested the Scots on their knowledge about ...
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The Independent (blog)

Ghana to benefit from new Meningitis Vaccine

The new Vaccine is to combat “Meningococcal Meningitis Type A” and would be administered to children under the age 1-29 years in the three northern regions, which are prone to the disease. Dr. James Akpablie, Deputy Director of Public Health (DDPH) in ...
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Ghana News Agency

Listen To WHY?'s New Track "Strawberry" From Forthcoming LP

For his forthcoming and fifth LP, Mumps, Etc., Yoni is back to rapping (sometimes) delicately balancing his blend of hip hop and indie rock. In this case, "Strawberry" is one of the piano rock tracks on the album that leans towards Yoni's depressive ...
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