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Severe Flu Ups Risk of Parkinson's

But University of British Columbia researchers note the opposite is true for people who contracted a typical case of red measles as children: They are 35 percent less likely to develop Parkinson's, a nervous system disorder marked by slowness of ...
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'Old world' diseases measles, tuberculosis, whooping cough in Queensland ...

QUEENSLAND'S measles scare is the latest in an alarming re-emergence of "old-world" diseases that won't die. Australian Medical Association Queensland president Dr Alex Markwell is urging Queenslanders -- especially parents of school-age children -- to ...
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Hepatitis….It's closer than you think

Strengthening prevention, screening and control of viral hepatitis and its related diseases. • Increasing hepatitis B vaccine coverage and integration into national immunization programmes, and • Coordinating a global response to hepatitis to increase ...
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Zee News

CDC: 2012 whooping cough cases more than double last year

Dr. Anne Schuchat, Director for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the CDC noted that nationwide, nearly 18000 cases have been reported to CDC. That's more ... Robert Herriman, Infectious Disease Examiner. With over 20 ...
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Early childhood education: Learning from Indian model

Besides looking after adolescent girls, pregnant women, lactating mothers and infants, ICDS looks after 3 to 6-year old children's nutrition and health matters through mid-day meals and immunisation as well as laying foundation for their proper ...
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DAWN.com

Experts tout benefits of HPV vaccine

In 90 percent of cases, the body's immune systems clears HPV naturally within two years, and the infected person never develops any symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But in some cases, HPV can cause genital or ...
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Sturridge grateful to Pearce for keeping Games dream alive after meningitis ...

The Chelsea forward looked a serious doubt for the Games a fortnight ago when he was confirmed as having viral meningitis, but played 45 minutes of the 2-0 friendly defeat to Brazil in Middlesbrough on Friday. Grateful: Daniel Sturridge, who recovered ...
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Daily Mail

WHO doctor in anti-polio campaign shot in Pakistan

WHO doctor in anti-polio campaign shot in Pakistan. Gunmen in the Pakistani city of Karachi opened fire Tuesday on a vehicle carrying a doctor working with the World Health Organization on an anti-polio campaign, wounding him in the stomach, the ...
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Investigation of effects from an immunization program against polio and measles

The Zimbabwe government has begun an investigation into reports of severe adverse effects - including deaths - from an immunization program against polio and measles it conducted last month. On Friday, Henry Madzorera, Zimbabwe's health minister, said ...
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WHO: Four ways to reduce hepatitis infections in people who inject drugs

Offering people who inject drugs the rapid hepatitis B vaccination regimen (completed in 3 weeks instead of 6 months), along with incentives to increase uptake and completion of the vaccine schedule. More than 175 countries now include a cheap, safe ...
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Islamic Republic News Agency

Some babies remain at risk of hepatitis B despite vaccination: doctor

Taipei, July 21 (CNA) About 10 percent of babies born to mothers with the hepatitis B e antigen (HBeAg) will become HB carriers, even with vaccination, a pediatrician said Saturday. Since the HB vaccine does not guarantee full protection against ...
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"Hepatitis A Preventive Vaccines - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to ...

Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/21/2012 -- GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its new report, "Hepatitis A Preventive Vaccines - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2019". The report is an essential source of information ...
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Measles, transportation headaches among challenges for Canadian team

Measles outbreaks around the world mean that the highly infectious bug has an opportunity to travel to London when thousands arrive for the Summer Games, which start July 27. “One of the things we've always said to the athletes is, the Olympics is ...
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Globe and Mail

WHO: polio worker shot, killed in Pakistan

GENEVA (AP) — The U.N. health agency says a local community worker who helped an anti-polio campaign in Pakistan has been shot and killed in Karachi — days after two of its staff were injured in a shooting in the city. The World Health Organization ...
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Local Doctor Weighs in on Alarming Whooping Cough Numbers

The Worcester Division of Public Health encourages routine immunization per Advisory Committee for Immunization Practice (ACIP) guidelines for children. In addition, they encourage adults and providers who have not received one dose of Tdap Vaccine ...
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Moms Talk: The Vaccination Hesitation

This is why I am so appalled to have an instant, unthinking, knee jerk reaction to the HPV vaccine controversy. For those parents who think this is an old issue, the recent FDA approval of Truvada as an HIV prevention drug seems to have started this ...
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Zanesville cancer patient uses diagnosis to advocate for HPV vaccination

"I was going to get (the HPV vaccine), and I don't know what stopped me from getting it," she said. "I just kick myself in the butt all the time. I wish I could go back in time and do things over again, but I can't." So, Buchanan is settling for ...
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Gardasil vaccine available for boys in 2013

Australian school-aged boys will be able to receive the Gardasil vaccine, protecting them against developing a range of cancers. Boys aged 12 to 13 will receive the vaccine through school-based programs under the National Immunisation Program. Year 9 ...
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Whooping Cough Outbreak: Do You Need a Vaccine?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports whooping cough could reach its highest level in 50 years. Doctors aren't absolutely positive why it's happening, but they say parents can take some important steps to protect their families. Like ...
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WREG

WHO launches plan to check measles, rubella, others

It integrates the newest 2011 WHO policy on rubella vaccination which recommends combining measles and rubella control strategies and planning efforts, given the shared surveillance and widespread use of combined measles-rubella vaccine formulations, ...
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A letter from Meningitis UK

We would like to ask any of your fitness-minded readers to run for Meningitis UK in this year's Great South Run, which has become one of the largest and most popular runs in the country. Full support will be given and everyone who participates will ...
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Zimbabwe Investigates Adverse Effects from Immunizations

HARARE — The Zimbabwe government has begun an investigation into reports of severe adverse effects - including deaths - from an immunization program against polio and measles it conducted last month. On Friday, Henry Madzorera, Zimbabwe's health ...
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Dad urges 'learn the warning signs'

“The work that the Meningitis Research Foundation does in researching the disease could prevent other families going through what Laura, Benjamin and I did.” Genna Vizard, a community fundraiser at the charity, said: “Boogie Fit promotes exercise and ...
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Bucks Herald

How to protect kids from whooping cough outbreaks

19, 2011 file photo shows an empty bottle of Tetanus, Diphthera and Pertussis, (whooping cough) vaccine at Inderkum High School in Sacramento, Calif. Health officials say the U.S. is on track to have the worst year for whooping cough in more than five ...
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San Francisco Chronicle

Grand Rapids doctor urges whooping cough booster shots for kids, adults as US ...

A new form of the vaccine may not be as effective long-term, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That's why it's especially important that parents remember to schedule a well-child visit for their children and get the vaccine booster, said Dr ...
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MLive.com

Demand for whooping cough vaccine up in Oklahoma

Nearly 18000 cases have been reported nationwide — more than twice the number seen at this point last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. At this pace, there could be the highest number of cases since 1959, when 40000 ...
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Anti-polio doctor shot dead in Karachi

On July 17, Dr Fosten Dido, a foreign doctor working for the WHO and associated with the immunisation work, was shot at and wounded in the same area. Police said 45-year-old Dr Ishaq was shot dead by yet identified persons inside his private clinic in ...
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Youth with polio walks about 12kmM

MUMBAI: Krishna Kumar had a harrowing time during the motormen's strike on Friday, perhaps more than anybody else. The 20-year-old, who suffers from polio, was forced to walk almost 12 km to Churchgate since the train he was travelling in halted near ...
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Travel ban likely if polio threat remains beyond 2013

During a meeting of the committee chaired by Senator Farah Aqil, Senator Dr Kareem Khwaja said that, “Keeping in view the perils of polio and the impediments faced by Pakistan to eradicate the disease, the international community is seriously thinking ...
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The Express Tribune

Polio campaigner slain in Gadap

The World Health Organisation has denied that Ishaq, whose full name could not be confirmed, worked for the agency. Maryam Yunus, the official spokesperson of the WHO, said that Ishaq was a community health worker. However, she confirmed that he was ...
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The Express Tribune

No polio virus in Rawalpindi

RAWALPINDI, July 20: National Institute of Health (NIH) has given a clean chit to Rawalpindi city, as it found presence of polio virus in the city sewage as negligible, for the month of June. May had painted a different scenario. Talking to Dawn ...
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Chinese health experts battle against polio virus

The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, which joined the World Health Organization's Stop Transmission of Polio Program in 2011, has sent three experts to Africa to help launch the program there. In July 2011, two experts in epidemiology ...
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China Daily

Polio and electricity

I am shocked to know that the government has claimed that is doesn't have the necessary cold-storage facilities and cold-chain system for polio vaccines in the far-flung areas of the country which in turn is risking the health of around 34 million ...
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Ups and Downs: Puzzling pertussis; cruising concern; and newspapers breed ...

First, THUMBS DOWN to the county for the distinction of having among the greatest number of cases of whooping cough in the state since last winter — for reasons officials are unknown and under study by the Centers for Disease Control. Luckily, the ...
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Public Health Dialogue: prevention and immunisation

Public Health Dialogue: prevention and immunisation. The second Guardian Professional discussion explores the role of a clear self-assessment plan for local councils. Share · Tweet this · Email. Guardian Professional. Guardian Professional, Thursday 12 ...
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The Guardian

Canada Bishops Ban HPV Vaccine For Catholic School Girls

An advocacy group is fighting a ban on HPV vaccinations for girls in Calgary's Catholic school system set out by Bishop Frederick Henry and other bishops who believe the vaccine promotes promiscuity. By Megan Gibson | @MeganJGibson | June 28, 2012 | ...
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TIME

Amid severe outbreak, is it time for a whooping cough booster?

Will there be a run on the whooping cough vaccine? If there is, doctors should be able to handle the demand. The supply of whooping cough -- or pertussis -- vaccines is fine, according to a spokesman with the federal Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Whooping cough cases rising in the US

In Los Angeles, immunizations are offered by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health at weekly clinics at the North Hollywood Health Center, 5300 Tujunga Ave, North Hollywood from 8-10:30 and 12:30-3:30. All public health services are free ...
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Examiner.com

County Legislature Announces New Public Health Director

OSWEGO – The Oswego County Legislature appointed Jiancheng Huang as the new public health director for the Oswego County Health Department during its July meeting. “I am impressed with the dedication of the staff at the county's health department,” ...
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Oswego Daily News

Shingles Vaccine May Be Safe for Those on Biologics

Shingles is caused by the the varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox. After a course of chickenpox, the virus lies dormant in nerve cells, where it is held in check by the immune system. It is thought to flare and cause shingles ...
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US whooping cough outbreak could be worst in half century

SEATTLE (Reuters) - The number of U.S. whooping cough cases has risen to around 18000 in an outbreak that is on track to become the most severe in over a half century and could in part stem from possible waning vaccine protection, health officials said ...
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10 new pertussis cases reported on Peninsula

Twenty-two cases of whooping cough, or pertussis, have been confirmed in Jefferson County by the state Department of Health, but no new cases have been confirmed within the past month. No deaths have been reported. Pertussis is a highly contagious ...
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Pakistan to face travel ban if fails to control polio

ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC), on Friday, warned that the international community had decided to ban all Pakistani going abroad if Pakistan failed to eradicate polio until 2013. The senators termed it ...
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Polio vaccine: storage issues

I am shocked to hear that the government doesn't have necessary cold storage for polio vaccines in the far-flung areas of the country which in turn risking the health of around 34 million under-5 children. This is very dangerous situation considering ...
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Severe flu increases risk of Parkinson's: research

However, the opposite is true for people who contracted a typical case of red measles as children – they are 35 per cent less likely to develop Parkinson's, a nervous system disorder marked by slowness of movement, shaking, stiffness, and in the later ...
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Tech in NH hepatitis C case worked in Mich., Md.

Then a vaccine drove cases down, and the illness became thought of as rare and even antiquated.More >>. Whooping cough was once a terrible menace to U.S. children, with hundreds of thousands of cases reported annually. Then a vaccine drove cases ...
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2012 whooping cough epidemic puts children at high risk

About 18000 cases from around the country have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention so far. Dr. Anne ... "That is why we ended up recommending a booster of pertussis containing vaccine at 11-to-12 years of age. The booster is ...
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CDC: Whooping cough cases may be most in 5 decades

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines whooping cough as a very contagious disease caused by a type of bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. Among vaccine-preventable diseases, pertussis is one of the most commonly occurring ones in ...
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Health Department Urges Oklahomans To Get Vaccinated Against Whooping ...

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning that the current whooping cough outbreak could become the worst in more than half a century, according to the Oklahoma City-County Health Department. Officials are reminding Oklahomans to ...
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Whooping cough in teens hints of vaccine wearing off

As Washington state combats a whooping-cough epidemic, a rise in cases among teens suggests the vaccine may be wearing off sooner than expected, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say. By Kibkabe Araya. Seattle Times staff ...
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Sturridge waits on Olympic verdict after illness

Sturridge has only just returned to training after being diagnosed with viral meningitis and remains a doubt for the Olympic football tournament, which starts for Team GB against Senegal at Old Trafford on July 26. The 22-year-old is expected to play ...
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Discounted meningitis vaccinations to be offered July 27

(Baytown, TX) - Local college students will have an opportunity to obtain the mandatory meningitis vaccination at a discounted price when Lee College partners with Novartis and Vaxanation to hold a vaccination clinic from 8 to 10 a.m. Friday, July 27 ...
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After HPV Vaccinations Rates of Genital Warts Decline Significantly in Women ...

Earlier this month, scientists from a separate U.S. study found that the HPV vaccine, which protects against four strains of HPV, not only protected vaccinated women, but it also protected unvaccinated girls and young women from infection, suggesting ...
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Medical Daily

New pertussis cases confirmed on Orcas and San Juan Island

San Juan County has seen sporadic cases of pertussis this year since the outbreak in October of 2011 on San Juan. This month two new cases have been confirmed – one on Orcas, the other on San Juan Island. County Health Department officials are asking ...
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Pertussis rates are way up this year

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that pertussis (whooping cough) is a very contagious disease which is caused by a type of bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. Among the vaccine-preventable diseases, pertussis is one of the most ...
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