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The Archie Tapes - Uncut and Uncensored (2004) - Vaccination News

Daily News 2012-01-27

Sandy's linksRadio Interview with Michael Belkin of the Refusers on Robert Scott Bell show on Natural News Radio by The Refusers

The Name Game by Teresa Conrick - Age of Autism

Va. House passes bill to repeal law requiring HPV vaccination for young girls

Vaccinations Spark Heated Debate in West Virginia

Lawmaker: Prevent universities, community colleges from mandating vaccinations

Pertussis Cases on the Rise in 2012; DTaP and Tdap Vaccinations Available Daily at MinuteClinic Medical Clinics Nationwide

Researching genetics as a cause of autism - An expensive attempt to marginalize vaccine causation

Non-stick cookware may cause vaccines to become ineffective

The Robert Scott Bell Show - 16 Million Americans Have Oral HPV? Shots For Everyone! (video)

Safeway ad raises health concerns (video) (poll)

Cancer Vaccine Set For Testing

The Gloves Are On For Dr. Andrew Wakefield

NVIC Defends Vaccine Exemptions

Better vaccines for humans and animals needed

Study: 1 in 14 People Has Oral HPV Infection

Africa: Areas With Low Malaria Rates 'Need Mass Vaccination'

Rise in number of Cumbrian children getting MMR jab

Immunizations – What’s all the fuss?

Environmental icons drawn by Le Roy cluster (video)

Gary Null discusses progressive issues with the most remarkable minds in the world. - A special three part Progressive Commentary Hour on the vaccine controversy

Erin Brockovich: Cause Of Rare Teen Syndrome May Be Cyanide

Fact Sheet: Protect Yourself Against H3N2v and Seasonal Influenza (Flu)

Mystery of Missing Heritability Solved?

2011-2012 Influenza Season Week 3 ending January 21, 2012

Rotavirus vaccine response somewhat different in breast-fed and formula-fed infants

Bandim Health Project - Disease surveillance and research in vaccines, vitamin A and other health interventions in one of the world's poorest countries, Guinea-Bissau.

Is PANDAS Syndrome behind Mystery Illness in LeRoy High School? (video)

Yukon gets money to boost HPV vaccination rates

Federal health minister Leona Aglukkaq dropped off a cheque for $264000 in Whitehorse Thursday to pay for a program to boost the HPV vaccination rate in Yukon. The human papillomavirus can lead to cervical cancer. The vaccinations are available free of ...
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As pertussis cases rise in 2012, MinuteClinic helps underscore important role ...

MinuteClinic is urging parents and guardians to obtain a DTaP shot (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) for unvaccinated children under 7 years old. Booster shots, known as Tdap, also are encouraged for all pre-teens, teens and adults.
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Indonesia eyes bird flu vaccine

JAKARTA - Indonesia expects to be able to begin mass production of a vaccine for the H5N1 strain of bird flu next year, the Jakarta Globe reported yesterday, citing Health Minister Endang Rahayu Sedyaningswih. PT Bio Farma will start making the vaccine ...
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Flu season is off to a slow start but don't let that flu bug fool you.

The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine each season. There are two types of flu vaccines: The "flu shot"–an inactivated vaccine (containing killed virus) that is given with a needle. The seasonal flu shot is approved for use in ...
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Anti-polio campaign from Jan 31

PESHAWAR: A three-day Polio eradication campaign in 36 high risk union councils of Peshawar will start from January 31, while such drive in medium risk union councils will be initiated from February 7. This was stated by Field Coordinator, ...
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The News International

In 10 years, you might be able to buy a cancer vaccine

The vaccine is designed to both eradicate cancer cells and prevent disease relapse. "This is only the phase 1 of the trial," Shrikant explained to India [ Images ] Abroad. "It focuses on the possible adverse reactions and toxicity.
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2 whooping cough cases in Broadalbin-Perth

The NY State Health Dept. has confirmed a measles case in the Capital Region and is suggesting some people take preventive measures. New details about cases of whopping cough in Fulton and Montgomery Counties . The Broadalbin-Perth Central School ...
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Vaccine-preventable diseases in children

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explained that pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that is usually caused by bacteria or viruses. These infectious agents include Streptococcus pneumoniae, the most common cause of bacterial pneumonia; ...
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Experts Weigh Changes to Definition of Autism - US News and ...

Anne Dachel, Media editor: Age of Autism Anne McElroy Dachel of WI 10:02PM January 21, 2012. In 2009, the Centers for ...

Va. House passes bill to repeal law requiring HPV vaccination for young girls

The Virginia House of Delegates has passed legislation repealing a requirement that girls receive a vaccine to prevent a virus that can cause cervical cancer. State law mandates the human papillomavirus (PAP'-uh-loh-ma-vire-us), or HPV, ...
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Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas stage their second Bed Race for Polio

The team from Deloitte & Touche, winners of last year's Bed Race for Polio, an event staged by the Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas. AZALATA ISHMAEL-NEWRY Members from the Rotary Club of West Nassau put the pedal to the medal during the heats.
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Nassau Guardian

Polio crusader: Local Rotarian was one of five brothers stricken by the disease

For Carl Chinnery, the phrase conjures Carl Chinnery, pictured in the Rotary chair in his office at Chinnery Evans & Nail PC in Lee's Summit, has spent years supporting Rotary International's campaign to eradicate polio worldwide.
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Pakistan committed to eradicate Polio this year: PM -

By Shafek E Koreshe By Shafek E Koreshe DAVOS, Jan 27 (APP): Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Friday said Pakistan was committed to eradicate Polio by the end of 2012 and would use all resources to rid the country of the crippling disease.
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Does MMR vaccine travel in time?

However, it is also interesting because it breaks the co-incidental temporal association that has been part of the reason the MMR vaccine-autism hypothesis gained traction. Since the behavioural cues for autism can't be picked up well until after one ...
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'Gardasil Is Killing Us' | a12iggymom's Blog

Gardasil, the human papillomavirus vaccine produced by Merck, was brought to market in 2006 with great fanfare, widely proclaimed as the first ever anti-cancer ...

Study finds Gardasil does not trigger lupus, type I diabetes ...

Study finds Gardasil does not trigger lupus, type I diabetes | CenterWatch News Online.

Gardasil girls and ms? - Yahoo! Answers

Have any of the Gardasil girls that have been diag…

Anglo American Lends its Expertise to Business Leadership Council for a ...

In June 2011, Anglo American pledged $3 million to the UK Government led matching initiative for the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisations (GAVI) - a public/private partnership dramatically increasing access to immunisation in the world's ...
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Manners are incredibly important in today's society because people who don't write thank-you notes get smallpox and die. Or at least, that's what my great aunt told me. Fortunately I seem to be immune to smallpox. One would think my great aunt would be ...
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The Stir

New Push To Prevent Dangerous Infection

According to the Centers for Disease Control, “there is no effective vaccine against RSV and outbreaks occur in communities each year, usually lasting four to five months.” Almost all children will be infected with RSV by their second birthday.
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Study offers new information for flu fight

"We can manipulate the cellular microenvironment to increase the viral yield during vaccine manufacturing." Meliopoulos said these discoveries can be used to create new anti-viral drugs and develop better vaccines that can be used to treat patients ...
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A fél ország immunis a politikára Hir24

Ha most vasárnap lennének a választások, akkor csak a választókorúak 48 százaléka járulna az urnákhoz.

K-State daily briefs

There has been a third probable case of pertussis identified in Manhattan. Pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough, is a bacterial disease that is spread through the air and causes the infected to have long bouts of coughing, followed by a ...
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Area sees increase in 'whooping cough' cases

By Debbie Sander, Staff Writer Oklahoma saw a large increase in reported cases of pertussis, also known as 'whooping cough.' In 2010, 199 cases were reported. That's a 70 percent increase from the 117 cases reported in 2009. “In the past two months, ...
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District responds to chicken pox diagnosis

By Kristy Wagner Last week Kennebunk High School reported that one student was diagnosed with varicella, the virus also known as chicken pox, and students determined to potentially be at risk were excluded from attending classes last week.
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Partnerships raise $38 million for child immunisation - GAVI

The public-private partnership is part of the GAVI Alliance's formula for success that has helped countries to immunise 325 million children in our first 10 years, saving more than 5.5 million lives. GAVI is about ensuring children in the poorest ...
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Protecting infants against potentially deadly diarrhea

She said that while rotavirus vaccine will not prevent diarrhea or vomiting caused by other germs, vaccination is very effective in preventing diarrhea and vomiting caused by rotavirus. Most babies who get the vaccine will not get rotavirus diarrhea at ...
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Reintroduction of rotavirus vaccine failed to reduce intussusception ...

The number of hospitalizations caused by intussusception did not significantly decrease after the rotavirus vaccine was reintroduced in the United States, according to study findings. The aim of the trial was to determine whether the reintroduction of ...
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Integrating ExperimentalIn Vitro and In Vivo Neurotoxicity Studies of Lowdose Thimerosal Relevant to Vaccines ´ ´ Jose G Dorea ...

ILMINSTER: Good news for Rotarians in fight to eradicate polio

The Rotary Club of Ilminster is joining with colleagues from across the world to cautiously celebrate a major milestone in the global effort to eradicate the crippling disease polio. India, until recently an epicentre of the polio virus, has completed ...
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Rotary clubs working to eradicate polio

Rotary clubs from across the globe -- including the Charleston club and other West Virginia chapters -- have reached a major milestone in funding for polio eradication. The clubs have raised more than $200 million in response to a $355 million ...
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Pertussis Confirmed at Great Valley High School

By Pete Kennedy The Chester County Health Department has confirmed a case of Pertussis at Great Valley High School, according to a letter the school district sent to parents Thursday. We have been informed by the Chester County Health Department that ...
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The Stochastic Scientist: HPV vaccine does not cause autoimmune ...

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for virtually all cervical cancers, and for some other cancers as well. Fortunately, there is now a vaccine (called ...

Ghana: Children to Have a Second Dose of Measles Vaccination

The Ghana Health Service is set to add a second dose of measles vaccine to the number of vaccines children receive at child welfare clinics to protect them from childhood diseases after recording zero percent in measles-related deaths for the past ...
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Chickenpox halts Scottish referendum talks

But Moore has failed to recover from chickenpox in time. "The proposed meeting between the Secretary of State and the First Minister today has been cancelled due to illness. It will be rescheduled shortly," said a spokesman for Moore's office.
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Autism Roundtable: Cross-Disability Solidarity, Goals for the ...

One of the things she was most excited about when she saw the film was that I had used some footage of Paul Offit testifying in a Congressional hearing and ...

Lace up for the Meningitis Trust

If you were lucky enough to get a place in the Edinburgh Marathon Festival, why not support the Meningitis Trust as a volunteer runner? The Marathon Festival consists of a variety of runs for all abilities, so which ever race you've signed up; ...
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It's about time

Re: "Ottawa recommends males get HPV shots," Jan. 26. When the HPV vaccine was approved in 2006, I was curious yet could not find the answer to why only girls were to be its recipient. Oddly, males, despite being the primary source of the virus for ...
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The Name Game

Here on Age of Autism, we are keeping up with the dizzying news that is our epicenter of what we are all about here - that many children are suffering with ...

Rotarians salute success in battle against polio, welcome Russian physicians

(Doug Walker) Robert Hall praises Rome Rotary members for their support of the effort to eradicate polio across the globe. The Rome Rotary Club has contributed more than $300000 to the campaign through the years. (Doug Walker / Rome News-Tribune) ...
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Jan. 27 'Earthwise' considers Gardasil vaccinations

“Earthwise” on KPFZ 88.1 FM will air a program on the Gardasil vaccination on Friday Jan. 27. The show also will be streamed on the Internet at Gardasil is a vaccine for human papillomavirus, which is linked to certain cancers.
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Bill to end HPV vaccine mandate advances

Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond, said during Thursday's floor debate. "That's nonsense." A US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory committee recommended in 2006 that the vaccine be given to all 11- and 12-year-old girls, and it is approved for ...
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HPV Vaccine Does Not Trigger Autoimmune Conditions, Study Finds

By Angelina Tala The Gardasil human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine does not trigger autoimmune conditions in young women such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes or multiple sclerosis, according to a new study. The study by Kaiser Permanente ...
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Medical Daily

Kaiser Permanente Study Finds Gardasil Does Not Trigger Lupus, Rheumatoid ...

25, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Gardasil, the human papillomavirus vaccine that is now recommended for male and female adolescents and young adults, does not trigger autoimmune conditions such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes or ...
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Bill Would Eliminate HPV Vaccine Subsidies

But lawmakers, who worked hard in 2006 make Virginia the first state in the nation to offer funding for the HPV vaccine after a federal advisory panel suggested it, say they will fight to keep the funding intact. “We're going to make it so that poor ...
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Concerns linking HPV Vaccine and Autoimmune Disorders Unfounded

HPV vaccines stirred a lot of controversy due to alleged health problems that could derive from their use. However, an extensive two year study done on 190000 girls and women points out that such concerns have been largely unfounded.
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Health Minister dumps HPV vaccine criticisms

“Our concerns are that the Ministry has not adequately furnished families with information about the adverse side-effects of Gardasil, side effects that may not manifest until years later, the relevance of the virus in respect of the health of our ...
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Demerara Waves

Life and death becomes politics

The issue Opponents of the HPV vaccine mandate argue that the issue is immorality. Where we stand They are wrong. Parents can already opt out of the lifesaving vaccine if it offends their values. It's not very often that lawmakers advocate a policy ...
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HPV vaccine: Dems worry about funds; GOP fears health effects ...

But lawmakers, who worked hard in 2006 make Virginia the first state in the nation to offer funding for the HPV vaccine after a federal advisory panel suggested it ...

Bills Would Repeal HPV Vaccine Requirement

Certain HPV strains targeted by the vaccine Gardasil cause most cases of cervical cancer and genital warts. The law's liberal opt-out clause lets parents decline ...

Study Finds No Link Between HPV Vaccine and ... - Yahoo! News

From Yahoo! News: THURSDAY, Jan. 26 (HealthDay News) -- The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil does not trigger autoimmune disorders such ...

Latest from Richmond: Bills Would Repeal HPV Vaccine ...

RICHMOND – In 2007, the General Assembly passed a law requiring girls to be vaccinated against the cancer-causing human papillomavirus before entering ...

Wilmette Rotary Clubs Announce Near Eradication of World Polio

27, 2012 – The Wilmette Rotary Club and Wilmette Harbor Rotary Club announced major progress in their global organization's signature cause, the worldwide eradication of polio. Members of both Wilmette clubs have donated money for decades to fund the ...
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RI to produce bird-flu vaccine by 2013

Health Minister Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih said that Biofarma was currently working on an initial stage of the vaccine, a process that could lead the way for its mass production in 2013. “It takes a long time to manufacture the bird-flu vaccine on a ...
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Bill to end HPV vaccine mandate passes Va. panel

"We mandate a whole slew of immunizations for our children ... and we don't leave it up to the parents," Stolle said, noting required shots for polio, tetanus, diphtheria and hepatitis. "What's the difference between HPV and these other things that we ...
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Bill to end HPV vaccine mandate advances in Virginia General Assembly

Chris Stolle of Virginia Beach offered the idea as an amendment to legislation repealing Virginia's mandate that girls receive vaccinations against the human papillomavirus, or HPV. Virginia is the only state with such a requirement, although the law ...
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Two new polio cases reported in KP

PESHAWAR, Jan 26: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has recorded two confirmed polio cases bringing total number of poliomyelitis-affected children to five countrywide in 2012, officials said. One-year-old Fareeha Bibi, daughter of Ayub Khan, a resident of Aziz ...
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Meningitis strikes universities in Florida, British Columbia

Two universities, thousands of miles apart, have felt the effects of meningococcal meningitis on their respective campuses. The Florida Department of Health confirmed Wednesday, a female student from Florida State University, was positive for Neisseria ...
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Government promises Ethiopia $43m for kid health

It is hoped immunisation rates will be increased to 90 per cent of the population. "This work will build on Ethiopia's impressive health gains made since 2005 and help keep the country on track," Mr Rudd said in a statement.
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Kohistanis set terms for Abaseen division

Expanded Programme of Immunisation coordinator for Torghar Dr Zahid Khan told a news conference here on Thursday that the locals' refusal to get their children immunised led to the last year's three polio cases in the highly conservative district.
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Second case of pertussis in Montgomery County

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, NY -- A second case of pertussis, more commonly called whooping cough, has been confirmed in Montgomery County. The County Public Health Department says they were notified on Monday that a student was removed from Lynch Literacy ...
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House argues, but passes, Byron's HPV bill

Kathy Byron's bill to end the almost-mandatory aspect of Virginia's human papillomavirus vaccine for school girls. Del. Chris Stolle, R-Virginia Beach and a ...

New details released in Finney County measles cases

... who is sick with a fever to stay home except to see a doctor. Children are routinely vaccinated against measles as part of the MMR, or measles, mumps and rubella, vaccine. The first does comes at 12 to 15 months old and the second at 4 to 6 years old.
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Study Finds No Link Between HPV Vaccine and Autoimmune ...

26 (HealthDay News) — The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil does not trigger autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, type 1 diabetes or multiple sclerosis, according to a two-year study that included nearly ...
Health News

Experts Call for Safer Sex, More Vaccinations to Fight Oral HPV Rates

Much more is known about the version of the virus that leads to cervical cancer, which has recently been publicized by the creation of a vaccine against it. But experts say oral HPV is still something of a mystery. Unlike for genital HPV, ...
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ABC News

House passes bill to repeal HPV vaccine for girls

About 54 percent of Virginia girls ages 13 to 17 have had at least one dose of the vaccine, compared with 49 percent nationwide, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. By Anita Kumar | 05:42 PM ET, 01/26/2012.
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Recent flu cases prove ideal time to vaccinate

MDCH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that everyone 6 months and older get an annual flu vaccine. Being that it takes about two weeks after vaccination for the body's immune response to fully kick in, the sooner the ...
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More staff needed for polio eradication

PESHAWAR: A meeting of the Standing Committee on Health has recommended increase in the number of posts in the Health Department for the expansion of polio eradication programme in the province. The meeting was held under the chairmanship of MPA Syed ...
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Ulema engaged to address anti-polio drops refusal cases

MANSEHRA: The National Research for Development Foundation (NRDF) and Unicef have engaged Ulema to address refusal cases in the Torghar district after the World Health Organisation confirmed three polio cases there last year.
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Balochistan worst hit by polio in Pakistan: report

ISLAMABAD: With 73 children paralysed for life in 2011, Balochistan was the worst hit by polio in Pakistan, said a report complied by the Pakistan Polio Journal. According to the report, 60 percent of the globally reported cases were from Pakistan, ...
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HPV study finds 7% of US teens, adults carry virus in mouths

The findings indicate that most cases of oral HPV can be traced to oral sex, rather than to kissing or casual contact. Registered nurse Sandy Warner, left, administers the first of three human papillomavirus, or HPV, vaccinations to Casey Patton, 22, ...
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Los Angeles Times

A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Vaccines

By Alice G. Walton Worries about safe manufacture, the effects of additives, and the side effects of vaccines have been subjects of public concern in recent years, but the benefits far outweigh potential costs. Vaccines have helped transform health and ...
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Chemicals make kids' vaccines less effective

... had lower immune responses to diphtheria and tetanus vaccinations. An insufficient immune response to a vaccine can mean a child is actually vulnerable to catching a disease even though they have been vaccinated against it, the researchers said.
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Anaphylaxis After Pediatric Immunization Rare

January 26, 2012 — A recent study found that anaphylaxis occurred rarely after pediatric immunization, and not at all after routine infant and preschool immunization. Michel Erlewyn-Lajeunesse, MD, from the Children's Allergy Clinic, ...
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More infants completed two-dose rotavirus vaccine series than three-dose series

Infants in whom the two-dose rotavirus vaccination series was initiated were more likely to comply with the series schedule than infants who initiated the three-dose schedule, according to study results. Researchers in the United States aimed to ...
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Oz doctor calls for action on rotavirus

Ruth Bishop, from the University of Melbourne, played a key role in 1973 in the development of a vaccine for children against the rotavirus that leads to acute diarrhoea and can be life-threatening to children between two and six years of age.
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Two Verona students diagnosed with whooping cough

BY MARIA KARIDIS A second student at Verona's HB Whitehorne Middle School was diagnosed with pertussis, also known as "whooping cough," this week, according to Superintendent of Schools Steven Forte. The first student to fall ill was diagnosed two ...
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Meningitis Claims Miner's Life

It turned out to be a rare form of meningitis. Thursday the company is alerted 500 workers at that coal mine. Consol has been in contact with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and has sent a doctor to the Bailey Mine to talk with workers about the ...
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Smart Living: One shot for a healthy life

The most forgotten illness is chickenpox. It's not just for kids. In fact, doctors say adults are 10 times more likely to be hospitalized when they have chickenpox than children. The CDC recommends two doses of the vaccine if you've never had it.
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YNN, Your News Now

How Much Does Your Doctor Take from Drug Companies?

Merk, based in New Jersey, is known for products as the asthma medication Singulair, HPV vaccine Gardasil, and cholesterol-lowering drugs Vytorin and Zetia. In 2008, the company agreed to pay more than $650 million to resolve allegations that it didn't ...
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HPV cancer risk spreads to head and neck

By Cheryl Wetzstein **FILE** One dose of the HPV vaccine Gardasil, developed by Merck & Co., is displayed Feb. 2, 2007, in Austin, Texas. (Associated Press) A first-of-its kind study released Thursday estimates that about 7 percent of the US population ...
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Washington Times

State Health Board Proposes Rule Requiring Heath Workers Get Flu Vaccine

She says about half of health care workers decide not to get annual flu vaccines. She believes people have a right to make medical decisions for themselves. "I think that people are under pressure to get the shot or lose their job, partly because of ...
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