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All the News Posted August 3, 2010


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Mandatory Influenza Vaccination of Healthcare Workers: A 5‐Year Study

On Being the First: Virginia Mason Medical Center and Mandatory Influenza Vaccination of Healthcare Workers

Prioritizing Healthcare Worker Vaccinations on the Basis of Social Network Analysis (full text)

How to Write A Valid Waiver for Vaccines August 9, 2010  Webinar

Seattle scientist works to develop new leprosy vaccine

'Vaccinate all women who are expecting'

Army’s Vaccine Plan: Inject Troops With Gas-Propelled, Electro-Charged DNA

HPV vaccine: Used widely in United States, not always strongly recommended

Taking Umbrage with Dr. Nancy Snyderman

Alphavirus-based vaccine may slow some cancers

Relief as pneumonia vaccine to cost less

Africa: In a Meningitis Hotbed, a New Vaccine at a Price Governments Can Afford

Doctors not strongly encouraging HPV vaccine to girls of certain age

Vaccinating Children Decreases Pneumonia Rates in HIV-Positive Adults

Dose of vaccine for your child

Validation of the shake test for detecting freeze damage to adsorbed vaccines

Computer-designed vaccines confront new flu strains

Vaccine Safety

New Flu Vaccine, What's In It?

Reassuring and managing patients with concerns about swine flu: Qualitative interviews with callers to NHS Direct

4th Legionnaires’ case confirmed after outbreak at Selfridge base

Boosting the efficacy of anticancer vaccines

Awareness about H1N1 vaccination growing, say doctors

Chinese herbs in treatment of influenza: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Should you get the yellow fever vaccine?

India restarts troubled vax facilities

Non-Human Primate Study Generates Information Relevant To HIV-1 Vaccine Strategies

PPD opens Pennsylvania lab for vaccs and biologics

Deceptive Info About Immunisation Putting Australian Lives at Risk

Dumbing Down Society Part I: Foods, Beverages and Meds

Dumbing Down Society Part 2: Mercury in Foods and Vaccines

Dumbing-Down Society Part 3: How to Reverse its Effects


Vaccine Shows Some Promise Against Advanced Cancers

Industry Funded Clinical Trials & Biased Publication

A Large Study on Immunological Response to a Whole-Cell Killed Oral Cholera Vaccine Reveals That There Are Significant Geographical Differences in Response and That O Blood Group Individuals Do Not Elicit a Higher Response

Ligation of CD11c during vaccination promotes germinal centre induction and robust humoral responses without adjuvant

Most Americans Say Drug Safety Is Lacking

Monday Medical: Risks of bacterial meningitis

£22million Paid By MDU To Settle Medical Negligence Claims For Meningtis Diagnostic Delays Since 1998 - GP's Need To Review Procedures

Clinical Predictors of Serious Bacterial Infection in Febrile Children

MP Carmichael set to make Meningitis Trust visit

Polio vaccination target unmet in Orangi as well

Polio campaign to start from 4 August in Quetta

Rise of pertussis puts Hornell-area health providers in proactive mode

Arizona leads the nation in human West Nile virus activity

West Nile fever hits 12 people in Israel, leaving one dead

Upon what do we base our decisions?

Shaken Baby Syndrome Survey

More whooping cough cases in SC

Herpes Zoster Vaccine in Nursing Facility Residents: Safety Questions Remain

Herpes Zoster Vaccine in Nursing Facility Residents: Safety Questions Remain Reply

GeoVax CEO Named to 'PharmaVoice 100' for 2010

Doctors Threatened With Jail

Advaxis, Inc. (OTCBB: ADXS) might be the next DNDN

FDA Approves Flu Shot With H1N1 Protection for 2010-2011 Season

£1.2bn spent to beat swine flu... and just 26 lives saved

Moving towards a world free of measles

John D. Clemens named Vaccine Executive

Health Department appeals for medicines

Medical publication ghostwriting report gets mixed review

Telormedix, Swiss TPH Institute collaborate to develop effective vaccines for Malaria, Buruli Ulcer

Kerala launches second phase of H1N1 immunisation

Health officials urge school immunizations

Immunizations Are Not Just For Kids

Vaccines as vital for teens, adults as for little kids

Senate: 8/3 Hearing on Research Into Environmental Causes of Autism

Disability after encephalitis: development and validation of a new outcome score

Unnatural Science

Harvard Medical School rolls out new rules to stop its faculty from accepting bribes from Big Pharma

Hospitalization Rates for Pneumonia and Empyema Pre- & Post-PCV7

Fever as Part of H1N1 Case Definition May Miss Many Cases

Swine flu warning for the ill

Study tracks prevalence of methicillin-sensitive S. aureus colonization

Treatment of brain cancer focus of $100k grant to RPI professor

Cheaper Nurses Can Lift Profits In Medical Practices - Study

Science vs. religion? Unnecessary battle

Debate: When to release genetic data?

Pediatric Exclusivity for Viagra?! It's No Joke

Nutrition as vital as hygiene

2011 dengue outbreak?

Yellow Fever and Dengue in Tomorrow's Europe

Conquering HIV, hepatitis C requires ongoing research, expert says

Desai's wife says husband has brain damage

FDA guidance aims to cut residual drug in delivery patches

Johns Hopkins researcher speaks out: arrogance of doctors is killing tens of thousands of patients

Effect of Varicella‐Zoster Virus (VZV) Fluorescent‐Antibody‐to‐Membrane‐Antigen (FAMA) Testing on Sensitivity of Determining VZV Immunity in Healthcare Workers and on Furlough Days

No evidence for XMRV association in pediatric idiopathic diseases in France

Community Transmission of Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) in China

A Mobile Handheld Computing Application for Recording Hand Hygiene Observations

Outcome Reporting Among Drug Trials Registered in ClinicalTrials.gov

The Development of Clinical Practice Guidelines and Guidance Statements of the American College of Physicians: Summary of Methods

Sanofi CEO tries to avoid'patent cliff' for drugs

For Twenty-Five Million Zebras: New Hope for Therapies

Ethics Researcher-Senior Staff Scientist-Deciphering Developmental Disorders : Cambridgeshire, CB10 1SA, UK

High Cost of Environment Related Childhood Diseases Estimated in MI

Returning traveller found to have new strain of malaria

Medicating the military

Hendra virus treatment to be produced by the University of Queensland

Whistleblowers Not Illegal Aliens Face Criminal Charges

Is Conventional Medicine Ignoring You?

Biting Back at Tick-Borne Diseases — Including Lyme and Relapsing Fever

Patients Want Patent Broken on Genzyme Drug

Epidemiological Research

Internet addicts more likely to develop depression

Unique link found between mad cow disease and cancer

Up to 95 percent of infants are vitamin D deficient but only 1 percent get vitamin D supplements

Patients Seek To Break Patent On Genzyme Drug

Oncologists Criticizes CMS For Provenge Review

Lawsuit Seeks Timeline for FDA Action on Antibacterial Pesticide Triclosan

Alaskan Non-Profit Stops Pesticide Use on Local Park (includes video)

Low Pay, High Turnover, Lost Positions Hinder Georgia`s Public Health System

Use of Gloves and Reduction of Risk of Injury Caused by Needles or Sharp Medical Devices in Healthcare Workers: Results from a Case‐Crossover Study

Control of Transmission of Infection in Hospitals Requires More than Clean Hands

Infection Control in Field Hospitals after a Natural Disaster: Lessons Learned after the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti

Evaluation of a Large‐Scale Quantitative Respirator‐Fit Testing Program for Healthcare Workers: Survey Results

Inside‐Out: The Changing Epidemiology of Methicillin‐Resistant Staphylococcus aureus

An Integrated Clinical Microbiology Service Ensures Optimal Early Empirical Antimicrobial Therapy for Methicillin‐Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Bloodstream Infection

Epidemiological Patterns and Hospital Characteristics Associated with Increased Incidence of Clostridium difficile Infection in Quebec, Canada, 1998–2006

The Importance of Leadership in Preventing Healthcare‐Associated Infection: Results of a Multisite Qualitative Study

Burdens of mercury in residents of Temirtau, Kazakhstan: II: verification of methodologies for estimating human exposure to high levels of Hg pollution in the environment.

BDNF-Akt-Bcl2 antiapoptotic signaling pathway is compromised in the brain of autistic subjects.

Endogenous expression of proteases in colon cancer cells facilitate influenza A viruses mediated oncolysis.

Short-term low-frequency electrical stimulation enhanced remyelination of injured peripheral nerves by inducing the promyelination effect of brain-derived neurotrophic factor on Schwann cell polarization.

Potential in vivo amelioration by N-acetyl-L-cysteine of oxidative stress in brain in human double mutant APP/PS-1 knock-in mice: toward therapeutic modulation of mild cognitive impairment.

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United States Seeks Permanent Injunction Against New York Food Processor

Killing 200,000 Dogs Doesn't Halt Rabies in Bali

Cord Blood America Says U.S., Worldwide Research Shows Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells Could Be Crucial in Combating Difficult to Cure Diseases

Sensory processing disorder debated

Research from University of California, Department of Psychology in developmental disorders provides new insights

Eritrea: Animal Vaccination Campaign Undertaken in Southern Region

When Therapies Don't Cure Autism

Parents laud state law covering autism

Bringing up autistic twins

Some Autism Deficits May Be Family Traits

"Autistic" or "person with autism"?

Vision Abnormality Seen in Close Relatives of Autism Patients

Rethink Autism Helps Schools Serve More Students With Autism Despite Shrinking Budgets

Police arrest suspect in sexual assault of autistic teen

Fairfax teacher charged with cruelty to children

New Research Finds Food Intolerance Key to Understanding Chronic Inflammation Disease

The effect of fiscal policy on diet, obesity and chronic disease: a systematic review

Women and tobacco: a fatal attraction

Justice Department Cracking Down On ADA Violators

Does Inconclusive Evidence for Vitamin D Supplementation to Reduce Risk for Cardiovascular Disease Warrant Pessimism? (related articles)

Brains that are relaxed are able to learn and remember better

What Social Science Does—and Doesn’t—Know

CranioSacral Therapies: Three Bodies, One Heart

Developing More Top African Women Research Scientists

Mother, child and exclusive breastfeeding

World Breastfeeding Week

Study: Could gut germs underlie Western allergies?

Breast Milk Sugars Give Infants a Protective Coat

Meeting planned on developmental disabilities

Study: Could Gut Germs Underlie Western Allergies?

Use Parsley as a Natural Vitamin and Mineral Supplement

Additives in sausages and bacon 'increase bladder cancer risk'


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