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Daily News 2012-08-26


Immunisation warning as mumps cases rise

A total of 133 cases of mumps were reported in the North East between last April and June, the Health Protection Agency (HPA) said yesterday. This compares to 32 cases in the same period last year. In 56 per cent of cases, young people aged between 14 ...
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Shields Gazette

State law changes allows pharmacists to vaccinate more youngsters

By DEBORAH GERTZ HUSAR Herald-Whig Staff Writer. A change in Illinois law should make it easier for youngsters to get vaccinations and, potentially, to curb growing concerns about the spread of pertussis, or whooping cough, statewide. Illinois children ...
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Health officer speaks out after criticism of new flu-shot measures

Mercury is extremely toxic. It can cause brain injury and mercury in vaccines have been linked to an epidemic of autism, with the number of children affected by autism having risen by thousands of percent in the last two decades. Mercury can also cause ...
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Whooping cough cases on the rise

Adults over 65 are also encouraged to get the vaccine, she said, noting recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "A lot of times people say, 'I had that as a child and that should protect me," she said of the vaccine ...
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Health Tip: A treadmill gives you control

More than 15,000 Americans, most of them baby boomers, die each year from hepatitis C-related illness, such as cirrhosis and liver cancer, and deaths have been increasing steadily for over a decade and are projected to grow significantly in coming ...
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Preteens and Teens Need HPV Vaccine Now

If your son or daughter hasn't started or finished the HPV vaccine series yet -- it's not too late. Now is a good time to ask their doctor or nurse about vaccines for your preteen and teen. HPV is short for human papillomavirus. In the U.S. each year ...
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HPV Vaccine Policy Project

Background. HPV vaccine is a breakthrough, but there has been much controversyMandating vaccines: school entry, immigrationConcerns in public health ...
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Stella... Second Class Upper Graduate Grounded By Polio

THE joy of every parent is to see their wards grow up experiencing all the processes every normal child should have in time. These include graduating from the breastfeeding and feeding bottles stage to eating solid foods, walking, talking and running ...
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My Word: The facts behind licensing pets in Alameda

This is a public health measure to assure that all domestic pets are current with their rabies vaccine and pose no threat to the community. "Vaccinations are risky, and I can't get a license without my pet being vaccinated." All pets should be ...
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Measles cases double amid outbreaks

24 August 2012: 12:23pm |. Visit our other sites: Jobs Midlands, Holidays Midlands, Motors Midlands, Homes Midlands, Photosales, Birmingham Post, Birmingham Mail, Coventry Telegraph, LocalMole - Find Local Businesses. Sunday Mercury ... Officials said ...
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Dad Pushing Autism Link Can Get More From CDC

(CN) - A federal judge found that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention excessively redacted information sought by a father trying to establish a link between mercury-based vaccines and autism. Brian Hooker says there is "a mounting body of ...
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Donald Trump Plays Doctor on Twitter

Scare the young unknowing parents into messing with their children's vaccination schedules can and will lead to some of these poor children HAVING these easily preventable illness. Oh, and MERCURY is not used in medication suspensions…where do you ...
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ABC News (blog)

Cervical cancer suppression hinges on HPV vaccination – CMO ...

Premised on the notion that 'prevention is better than cure', the Ministry of Health earlier this year introduced a pilot vaccination campaign against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which is known to cause cervical cancer. This strategic move ...
Kaieteur News

'Bugs' May Not Be Out Of New Flu Vaccine Policy

So they can keep their anti-freeze, mercury, dead virus's and other garbage they put in those vaccines. I hope the workers fight this.

Meningitis vaccine not deterring college enrollment

The vaccine was hoped to protect students in close-knit collegiate communities from meningococcal meningitis, an often fatal form of the disease that causes swelling on the brain and spinal cord. However, the vaccine's expense, lack of availability and ...
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Nigeria Records 72 New Cases Of Polio

According to the latest edition of Weekly Polio Update, published by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), northern Nigeria is now the global epicentre of WPV3 transmission: “Of 17 WPV3 cases reported this year, 15 are from northern Nigeria.” ...
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Vaccinations aren't just for kids

Our community and others has seen a recent surge in pertussis (whooping cough) the past couple of years. While previously more of a childhood illness, adults can also contract — and transmit — pertussis. One way to reduce the levels in our community ...
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Incidence of Hepatitis C to Rise Among Baby Boomers; Disease Can Lead to ...

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently reported that more than 2 million U. S. baby boomers—people born between 1945 and 1965—are infected with hepatitis C. Allsup, a nationwide provider of Social Security Disability Insurance ...
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West Nile affects horses as well as humans

For humans, there is no vaccine available, and the Centers for Disease Control says efforts to create a human vaccine is likely several years away. But there are ways to protect yourself. "Use a spray that has deet, if you're going to be outside during ...
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Many young people engage in oral sex

Updated figures published earlier this month show that in the four years after a two-dose vaccine was recommended for children in 2006, cases of chickenpox declined about 70%. The CDC recommends that children get two doses of varicella vaccine -- the ...
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Parents: Losing deaf school a tragedy

COUNCIL BLUFFS — During the mid-1960s, a rubella epidemic swept the nation, leading to 20,000 births of babies suffering from blindness, deafness, limb defects, heart defects and mental retardation, according to American Decades. Judy Scobba, of ...
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Jonathan Gavras: Lives and health care costs at stake

A matter of personal and public health, immunizations save countless lives and billions of health care dollars every year. Latest industry estimates credit failure to vaccinate for an estimated 40,000 to 50,000 preventable deaths, thousands of ...
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North East Mumps Cases Continue To Increase

More than a hundred cases of mumps have been reported in the North East since April, the Health Protection Agency said. More than half of these cases were reported in residents aged 14 – 24 years. This compares with 32 cases for the same time last year.
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Know the Facts: West Nile Symptoms

The symptoms of severe disease (also called neuroinvasive disease, such as West Nile encephalitis or meningitis or West Nile poliomyelitis) include headache, high fever, neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma, tremors, convulsions, muscle ...
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IDA to provide $24 million to polio eradication project

International Development Association (IDA) will provide $24 million for "Second Additional Financing for Third Partnership for Polio Eradication Project" to Pakistan. According to an update project report of World Bank, the proposed Additional ...
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Nurse group to parents: Get kids shots now

Wisconsin health officials are focusing all their efforts on getting kids vaccinated before school this year amid one of the worst national outbreaks of pertussis in 50 years. The state has the highest incident rate in the country and had reported 3 ...
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Dangers of pertussis

YOU may have read or heard of whooping cough or pertussis, and you may also be wondering why we should be worried about it when all our children should be immunised against it. The truth is, the immunity to pertussis from vaccination wanes with age, ...
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More parents skip kids' shots -- endangering other children

Ivanna Ramirez, 12 months, receives a Hepatitis A vaccination from LPN Angelita Soto, left, this month at a Health Partners clinic in Woodbury as her mother Diana comforts her. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi). When Emily Brennan became a mother nine ...
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Hepatitis B scares residents

Locals in groups have started visiting hospital and clinics in Khalanga since Thursday to undergo sample tests of their blood and to administer Hepatitis B vaccine. Anand Adhikari (34), a teacher of the Himalayan Primary School, had died of Hepatitis B ...
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Shingles: A painful disease, but avoidable with vaccination

Shingles is a disease that causes considerable pain and suffering, and anyone who had chicken pox as a child may get it at some point in their lives. That is because the virus that causes chicken pox, herpes varicella zoster, never leaves the body. It ...
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Preteens and Teens Need HPV Vaccine Now Bowling Green Daily News ...

(NewsUSA) - HPV vaccination is recommended for preteen girls and boys at age 11 or 12 years. If your son or daughter hasn't started or finished the HPV ...
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National Call-to-Action to Boost Meningitis Vaccination Rates Supported by ...

CHARLESTON, W.V., Aug. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The West Virginia Association of School Nurses (WVASN) has joined more than 30 state and national health organizations across the country in support of the Voices of Meningitis “Boost Our Rates!
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The Outbreak of West Nile Disease

As of Wednesday, more than 1,100 cases and 41 deaths had been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, well above the usual caseload for this time of year. Every Wednesday for the next six or so weeks, federal officials will be ...
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Cancer and heart drugs top TGA approvals

These included National Immunisation Program vaccines such as whooping cough and measles, mumps and rubella while injections for cervical cancer and influenza were also endorsed. Only six new treatments for depression were approved, despite the ...
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'Missed Children, Major Challenge to Polio Eradication'

Lagos State government has ascribed increasing number of missed children during routine immunisation exercise as a major factor militating against the eradication of the disease in Nigeria. Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris, who ...
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