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Daily News 2012-12-14


12-09-12 The Vaccine Myth: An Issue of Trust Dr. Janet Levatin Pediatrician and Homeopath (audio)

Judge—Case of Seized Newborn May Now Proceed

Dismal Rates of HPV Vaccination in Boys Paul A. Offit, MD (video)

Lower vaccination rates at Arizona charter schools

Why Vaccines Should Be Mandatory For Most Americans

The Greater Good Your Stories

Swept Aside: an Un-Published Submission to the Leveson Inquiry about Science Journalism by John Stone

Queries about autism, vaccines unanswered

Ministry of health distributes cholera, pneumonia vaccines

NovaDigm announces data from NDV-3 vaccine Phase 1 study on Candida and Staph infections

Mandated Flu Shots for Health Workers on Shaky Ground, Journal Article States

New Study Brings Long-Sought Vaccines for Deadly Parasite Closer to Reality

Notice: Government-Owned Inventions; Availability for Licensing - Potential Commercial Applications: HIV vaccines.

FDA study suggests critical potential role of individual bacteria in spreading anthrax through body

Characterization of intracellular ATP Iuminescence assay for rapid evaluation of tuberculosis vaccine (Mycobacterium bovis BCG) (pdf)

Leishmaniasis Vaccine DevelopmentAimed at Slowing Global Spread of Disease
(pdf)

Adult vaccinations urged for new whooping cough outbreak

URMC pioneer in infectious disease research dies

TB vaccine tested in infants of HIV-positive mothers

Global study notes progress against infectious diseases

Flu arrives; officials urge vaccinations

HPV reactivation risk may increase in older women

National vaccination program reduced HPV prevalence among women

The Truth About Flu Vaccines: Debunking Flu Shot Myths

Vaccination and Tick-borne Encephalitis, Central Europe

Health care provider IHA adds five infectious disease specialists to its network after a year of expansion

Polio and Undiscovered Public Knowledge: Q&A with Harvey Arbesman

InnoCentive, as many readers surely know, is a clearinghouse between those with scientific problems to solve (i.e., challenges), and those who might provide solutions. And often the proffered solutions come from fields outside the domain where the ...
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Immunisation systems and polio eradication

Health - Conference adopts recommendations on immunisation systems, polio eradication - Strengthening Africa's immunisation systems, curbing the increase in the number of wild polio virus cases in Nigeria and closing the funding gap for the Global ...
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SDSU Student Dies From Meningitis

Friday, December 14, 2012. City News Service. A 30-year-old Chula Vista man who was a graduate student at San Diego State University has died of meningitis, and county health officials are seeking anyone who might have had close contact with him.
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First case of fungal meningitis in North Jersey; two new confirmed cases

The state Department of Health announced the first fungal meningitis case found in North Jersey. Comprehensive Pain Management in Sparta administered a tainted steroid injection to a 66-year-old Morris County man on Sept. 18. He is listed as discharged ...
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NJ.com

Questions and answers on the review of monovalent and multivalent measles ...

On 13 December 2012, the European Medicines Agency completed a review of the use of monovalent and multivalent measles, mumps, rubella and/or varicella vaccines (MMRV)during pregnancy and in patients with immune deficiencies (weakened immune ...
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Measles outbreak warning

Doctors encourage vaccination against measles. Published on Friday 14 December 2012 10:28. MORE than 120 cases of measles have been confirmed by doctors across St Helens and Knowsley already this year. Concerned health chiefs are urging parents ...
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St Helens Today

'School heroes' to take up anti-polio initiative in KP

PESHAWAR, Dec 13: The government in collaboration with the United Nations Children's Fund has launched “School Heroes Initiative” programme in high-risk districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federally Administered Tribal Areas to formally enlist support ...
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Swept Aside: an Un-Published Submission to the Leveson Inquiry ...

By John Stone Age of Autism has been highlighting the mis-directed UK media abuse inquiry headed by Lord Justice Leveson. Ostensibly set up after public ...

SDSU student dies from meningitis-causing bacteria | UTSanDiego.com

Health authorities say the bacteria can cause meningitis and can be spread through close contact - such as sharing a drinking glass, kissing or living in close quarters - with an infected person. Symptoms that include fever, intense headache and stiff ...
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Bacterial Meningitis

Bacterial meningitis can be spread through kissing or the sharing of food and beverages, but not usually casual contact such as sitting next to someone. Still, health officials are closely examining any student that may have come into contact with a ...
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Philadelphia leads US in HPV immunization

The city has the highest HPV immunization rate among big cities in the United States. Several years ago, Naja Fousheé worked as a recruiter for a University of Pennsylvania study designed to educate families about HPV and the newly approved-vaccine.
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Newsworks.org (blog)

Measles outbreak declared in Northern Ireland

The PHA has contacted the parents of other children who may have been exposed to the infected children and advised them to quickly vaccinate with the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine for those who need it. Dr Richard Smithson, Consultant in ...
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20 children die of measles

The reports said measles broke out in many of the rain-hit villages of Khanpur town of Shikarpur, including Rahimabad, Sheerabad, Garhi Taigho, Pir Bakhsh, Thumhirio and others. More than one hundred children have been reported under the viral attack.
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Local High School Student Diagnosed with Pertussis | NBC 7 San Diego

A 17-year-old student at Chula Vista High School has been diagnosed with pertussis, the County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) announced Thursday. According to the HHSA, the student was up-to-date with the pertussis vaccine. The Agency is ...
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Isle of man hit by mumps outbreak - Health - Isle of Man Today

The viral disease has taken hold among a generation of people who weren't vaccinated after the MMR autism scare in the 1990s. Until the end of November, the island had seen 196 cases so far this year. More have been reported since the beginning of this ...
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Health, Edu departments together to bat out polio

Friday, December 14, 2012 - Peshawar—Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Department in collaboration with Education Department have inaugurated polio hero schools initiative in four high risk districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and in five agencies of FATA ...
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Problems can erupt 40 years after polio infection » Lifestyle ...

Many people remember a television newscast about polio being the first time they ever heard the word “epidemic,” or understood its meaning. The disease seemed to affect children more than adults, probably because the virus is transmitted most commonly ...
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Anti-polio push aims at 100pc coverage

LAHORE, Dec 13: The City District Government of Lahore (CGDL) announced on Thursday holding another round of a three-day anti-polio drive from Dec 17 so that 100 per cent children of up to five years old in Lahore were covered. According to a handout, ...
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Innovation can increase the impact of immunisation programmes | Global ...

The ultimate goal of immunisation programmes is to reduce morbidity, mortality and disability from preventable diseases, but the intermediate objective is to deliver effective, safe, timely and affordable immunisation services. But what works? And ...
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The Guardian

Sather Health : HPV Vaccination

Immunization: HPV (Human Papillomavirus Vaccination). Have you considered being vaccinated against cervical cancer? Doctors recommend a three-dose ...
www.satherhealth.org/article.php?id=immunization

GAVI Alliance To Support 30M HPV Vaccinations Among Girls By ...

"In an effort to fight the human papillomavirus (HPV), the leading cause of cervical cancer, more than 30 million girls will be immunized against HPV by 2020 with ...
globalhealth.kff.org/.../GH-121012-GAVI-HPV-Vaccine.aspx

Dismal Rates of HPV Vaccination in Boys

How many teen boys have been immunized against HPV? Paul A. Offit, MD, says we 'need to get on the ball' in the United States. We have a long way to go.
www.medscape.com/viewarticle/775664

Meningitis May Be To Blame For Glen Burnie Student's Death

The student who died was a female junior at Glen Burnie High School. Now the Health Department is trying to confirm if she had bacterial meningitis. Classmates identify the student who died as Ty'Niajah Devonshire. School officials say the Glen Burnie ...
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CBS Local

Meningitis suspected in death of Glen Burnie high schooler

A Maryland high-school student has died after she becoming ill with symptoms consistent with bacterial meningitis. The junior at Glen Burnie High School in Anne Arundel County became sick on Monday, according to a letter sent home to parents Wednesday ...
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Meningitis possible cause of Glen Burnie student's death - CapitalGazette.com ...

The more common form of the infection is viral meningitis, which is contracted when a virus enters the body through the nose or mouth and travels to the brain, according to the National Institutes of Medicine. Bacterial meningitis is rare, but can be ...
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Meningitis infection kills SDSU student | UTSanDiego.com

A 30-year-old graduate student enrolled at San Diego State University died Monday evening from a bacterial meningitis infection, according to the County Health and Human Services Agency. After being seen by his doctor Monday afternoon, the previously ...
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No further precautions at school amid possible meningitis death

Anne Arundel County Public School officials said on Thursday the county Department of Health has not recommended additional cleaning steps to be taken amid the Tuesday death of a Glen Burnie High School junior, who had become ill the day before with ...
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National vaccination program reduced HPV prevalence among women ... - Healio

“The HPV vaccination program in Australia has resulted in a 77% decrease in prevalence of vaccine-targeted HPV genotypes just four years after the program's commencement,” Sepehr Tabrizi, PhD, senior research scientist in the department of microbiology ...
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Healio

2 Kennewick students have pertussis

Two children from Washington Elementary School in Kennewick have confirmed cases of whooping cough. Letters were sent home to parents of Washington students explaining the outbreak and what symptoms to look for in their own children in the coming ...
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Adults to blame for Vt. pertussis outbreak

"I was concerned that there was so much pertussis going around and there were some undiagnosed or unconfirmed I should say cases at his preschool," Camara said. So far this year, the Vermont Health Department has confirmed 522 cases of pertussis ...
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Rotary restates commitment to eradicating polio

The immediate past Governor of Rotary Foundation, Nigeria, Mr Saliu Ahmed, has restated the organisation's commitment to ensuring total polio eradication in Nigeria. Ahmed told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that poliomyelitis could lead to ...
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ICT 'successfully' achieves targets of polio eradication

Share | |. ICT 'successfully' achieves targets of polio eradication. ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration is pursuing Augmented National Emergency Action Plan (ANEAP), 2012, to supplement its efforts to eradicate polio from ICT.
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Polio eradication: International health organisations, govt to meet on December 14

Islamabad: Pakistan government and various international health organisations have joined hands to eradicate polio from the country and a meeting will be held in Islamabad on December 14 to devise a new plan for that matter. Balochistan Additional ...
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News Tribe

100000 children ready to eradicate polio from Pakistan

Islamabad: UN agency for children development UNICEF announced that 100,000 students across Pakistan will create and raise awareness about Polio among school students. According to TheNewsTribe's correspondent from Pakistan's capital city ...
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News Tribe

Nigerians Travelling Abroad Must Take Polio Vaccine by 2013 – WHO

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, Nihar said at the monthly review meeting of traditional rulers in Kaduna State involved in polio eradication campaign that WHO would issue a standing recommendation to all nations under the International Health ...
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Bella Naija

Thimerosal-Derived Ethylmercury Is a Mitochondrial Toxin in Human ...

Sharpe, MA, Livingston AD, and Baskin DS, Thimerosal-Derived Ethylmercury Is a Mitochondrial Toxin in Human Astrocytes: Possible Role of Fenton Chemistry ...
lizditz.typepad.com/.../thimerosal-derived-ethylmercury-is-a-...

Anyone with chickenpox virus at risk for shingles

Shingles (herpes zoster) is an outbreak of rash or blisters on the skin that is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox–the varicella-zoster virus. The first sign of shingles is often burning or tingling pain, or sometimes numbness or itch, in ...
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CNN: More health woes for some meningitis patients | New Hampshire ...

Patients are not only developing meningitis, inflammation of the thin tissue surrounding the brain and spinal cord; some are also developing an epidural abscess, which is a collection of pus between the outer covering of the brain and spinal cord and ...
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Student at Glen Burnie, Md., High School, Dead Of Meningitis

GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WUSA) - A student at Glen Burnie High School has died from symptoms consistent with bacterial meningitis, according to a letter that school officials sent to parents on Wednesday. The student apparently became ill on Monday and died a ...
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W*USA 9

Glen Burnie High School student dies from symptoms consistent with bacterial ...

School officials believe the junior fell victim to bacterial meningitis. Continue reading. Typical symptoms include quick onset of fever, headache and a stiff neck. The bacteria can attack the brain, spinal cord or blood. It can be contracted through ...
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WJLA

9-Year-Old Meningitis Survivor Guest Of Honor At Benefit For Chi - NewsOn6 ...

9-Year-Old Meningitis Survivor Guest Of Honor At Benefit For Chi - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com |. GNM: Real Home Page · Tulsa Shooting Spree · American Airlines: Turbulent Times · Connect With Us · Links ...
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Vaccination against measles-rubella from today

The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) is organising the monthlong campaign in central and eastern development regions to reduce the occurrence of measles and rubella. The programme is expected to benefit 5,564,577 children aged between nine ...
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Vt. Health Commissioner: Adults Should Get Pertussis Vaccination

Vermont Health Commissioner Harry Chen say an epidemic of pertussis, or whooping cough, has hit the state and Chen wants everyone over the age of 19 to get a special booster shot in the coming weeks. Dr. Chen describes pertussis as a serious infectious ...
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Moraine officials alerting parents after student diagnosed with mumps

A case of the mumps virus was reported last week at Northville's Moraine Elementary School. “We are working closely with the Wayne County Health Department in response to this situation,” Principal Dr. Denise Bryan and school district nurse Marie ...
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Polio eradication run on Sunday

NASHIK: A three-km minithon has been organised by Rotary Club of Nashik Ambad for polio eradication. The registrations for the marathon will begin from Thursday at Golf Club Ground from 7 am to 9 am and from 5 pm to 7pm. The last day of registration is ...
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Nigerians travelling abroad to take polio vaccine by 2013

An official of the World Health Organisation, Dr. Ray Nihar, said in Kaduna on Thursday that Nigerians travelling abroad would be compelled to take the oral polio vaccine by May 2013. Nihar said at the monthly review meeting of traditional rulers in ...
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