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Daily News 2011-09-03


09-03-2011-for-saturday-batch-1 URGENT ACTION ALERT - HELP STOP COERCED VACCINATION OF CHILDREN BEHIND THE BACKS OF THEIR PARENTS - NVIC Advocacy Portal

SacBee Reports Autism Quadruples in Local Schools - Age of Autism

MMR Victim Refused Compensation For Not Being Disabled Enough by Christina England - VaccineTruth

Lessons from the MMR scare by Fiona Godlee - NIH

Unvaccinated Kids Healthier Study – Gorski & His Internet Bullies Admit Sabotage - Child Health Safety

Researchers Investigate New Mechanism for Predicting How Diseases Spread

CDC: New H1N1 Strain H3N2 Infected Two Children In Recent Months

Target Groups for Flu Vaccination Assessed by Researchers - Infection Control Today

Antibiotic Prescriptions For Kids Drop 24% In 14 Years

Immunizations Are Not Just for Kids

Four champs - "The New Hampshire Public Health Association is committed to strengthening the state's public health system to improve health, prevent disease and reduce costs for all. We are, therefore, recognizing as "public health champions" representatives of both parties who supported sound public health policy by voting against lowering the tobacco tax (HB 156), against removing the requirement for a permit to carry a concealed weapon (HB 330) and against allowing a "conscientious objection" to immunizations (HB 416)."

Vaccinations a priority for seized pets

Is vaccine-autism link finally debunked? (opinion)

On vaccines: scientists can’t stop doing science because of crazy people
- Scientific American

CDC: 2 children sickened by novel swine flu strain

Science aside, fear of vaccines persists

Despite Concerns, More US Children Receiving Vaccinations

One missed measles vaccine, one new outbreak

Polio nearly wiped out but risk of failure high (opinion)

New CDC-Developed Diagnostic Lab Test for Flu Approved
- Infection Control Today

New cases of measles confirmed in the state

Quickly Figuring Out What Strain of Flu is Infecting You - WSJ

Institute of Medicine — You Probably Did NOT Hear About This Vaccine Report on MSM

As more kids go unvaccinated, more docs say no to treating them

Pediatricians Refuse Unvaccinated Children


Waukesha County Has Flu Shots for 2011

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends yearly flu shots for all people ages 6 months and older. The Waukesha County Public Health Division is one of only a few places where the entire family can receive flu vaccine at the same time without ...
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Unfounded autism fears 'risking outbreaks of measles'

A mistaken belief that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination will lead to autism may be behind outbreaks of measles in Europe and the US. The Mayo Clinic's Dr Gregory Poland has called for doctors, the media and the public to become better ...
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Flu vaccine advised even if kids got shots in 2010 - Health - msnbc ...

The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated flu advice that says even ... released Thursday, the academy says the 2011-12 vaccine protects against the ...
www.msnbc.msn.com/.../flu-vaccine-advised-even-if-kids-got-...

Survey: HPV Vaccine Rates Trail Other Teen Vaccines « CBS Detroit

Increases in vaccination rates for human papillomavirus (HPV) are trailing increases in rates for two other vaccines recommended for teens and preteens, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
CBS Detroit

Science aside, fear of vaccines persists

Dr. Patrick Specht, an Omaha pediatrician, trusts the studies and organizations, such as the federal Centers for Disease Control, the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Pediatrics. They have assured doctors and patients there is no link ...
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Officials say flu can be prevented with vaccine

The virus was identified quickly through collaboration among a local hospital, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is genetically similar to a case identified in Indiana earlier this year, ...
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Daily American Online

Flu clinics are scheduled in La Salle County

Everyone ages 6 months and older are urged to be vaccinated against seasonal influenza (flu). The health department has begun receiving its shipment of flu vaccine and will sponsor several vaccination clinics throughout the county. ...
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Parents 'bypassed' on decisions about sexually transmitted diseases

Commenting on the California law, columnist Michelle Malkin said that the bill effectively is a mandate to administer Gardasil to students as young as age 12. Gardasil is a preventative treatment for the human papilloma virus, which is transmitted ...
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WND.com

Flu Vaccinations Begins at KCHD

The CDC recommends everyone over six months old get the flu vaccine. “Yearly flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses”, stated Dr. Rahul Gupta, Health Officer. He further states that while anyone can get sick ...
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HNN Huntingtonnews.net

California's Gardasil mandate moves forward | Facebook

Michelle Malkin wrote a note titled California's Gardasil mandate moves forward. Read the full text here.
www.facebook.com/notes/michelle.../10150269454395677

Gardasil bill an assault on parental rights, Catholic official says

The bill would allow children to consent to treatment with the controversial Gardasil vaccine intended to prevent human papillomavirus, a sexually transmitted ...
www.catholicsun.org/2011/september/.../california-gardasil.ht...

Gardasil Side Effects - Pharmacy Drug Guide

Gardasil is a vaccine that protects against some forms of human papillomavirus, or HPV, which can lead to genital warts and to several forms of cancer. Human ...
www.pharmacydrugguide.com/Gardasil_Side_Effects

www.mom2momkc.com • View topic - Gardasil documentary

Here is a Snopes link for a previous Gardasil warning: http://www.snopes.com/ medical/drugs/gardasil.asp. battlefieldmomma: Posts: 221: Joined: Wed Apr 07, ...
www.mom2momkc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=53&t...

Controversy Over Minors' Right to Prevent STDs

Vaccines would be available for diseases such as Hepatitis B and Human Papillomavirus (HPV), the world's most prevalent STD and the cause of almost all documented cases of cervical cancer. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends ...
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New cases of measles confirmed in the state

Montgomery County health officials said they have confirmed two cases of measles and are looking for others who may have been exposed to the highly contagious virus. These are the first cases since 2009, though state health officials warned last week ...
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Viral meningitis cases prompt cancellation of sports events

By FRANK SCHULTZ ( Contact ) Friday, September 2, 2011 - 10:51 pm LAKE GENEVA Three confirmed cases of viral meningitis have prompted school officials to postpone two sporting events. On Friday, Jim Kluge, athletic director for Lake Geneva Badger High ...
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CDC On Vaccines: The (Very Young) Kids Are Alright

... where by school age, some children appear to fall behind the childhood vaccine schedule. Some Florida kids are falling behind on recommended vaccines. (fmgbain / Flickr) A new report out this week from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
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HealthyState.org

MOST CHILDREN NEED A FLU SHOT, EVEN IF THEY GOT ONE LAST YEAR, AAP RECOMMENDS

Updated flu vaccine recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) stress the importance of getting a new flu shot this season – even for children who received one last year. The 2011-2012 flu vaccine protects against the same three ...
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Rocky Hill Health District Schedules Flu Clinics In Four Towns

Seasonal flu vaccination is now recommended for everyone age 6 months and older. As usual, the flu vaccine protects people from the three strains of influenza that are likely to be circulating this flu season. For the 2011-2012 season, the vaccine is ...
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Summer's not over, but flu vaccine available in Utah

More Americans than ever got vaccinated for the flu last year, according to Jeff Dimond, a spokesman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "The one thing we know about flu is it's totally unpredictable," he said. ...
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Pharmaceutical Company Blames Vaccine for Causing Fits in Children

CSL Friday revealed a breakthrough in its 18-month scientific investigation, which involves the federal government's Therapeutic Goods Administration and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It said the interim findings pointed to a ...
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Gottinger - Meningitis outbreak under control

According to Lake Geneva District Administrator Jim Gottinger, three cases of viral meningitis have been confirmed at Badger High School but are no longer contagious. Badger cancelled all soccer and football games last night, and tonight's football ...
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Lake Geneva Regional News

Measles left baby 'teetering near death'

And for the second time this year, measles was on the loose in Minnesota. Mahi, who was infected during a family trip to Kenya, is recovering in the pediatric intensive care unit at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. "I didn't think I'd be able to ...
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Gardasil bill an assault on parental rights Catholic official says ...

Gardasil bill an assault on parental rights Catholic official says. Full story The Catholic Sun Phoenix. The California Catholic Conference is urging ...
www.topix.com/.../gardasil-bill-an-assault-on-parental-rights-c...

Shingles vaccine available in Wayne County

The vaccine is said to cut one's risk of shingles in half. It also cut the risk of PHN by two-thirds. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone in the approved group get a single dose of Zostavax, even if they already had ...
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County schedules flu clinics

E. The health department joins the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in strongly recommending that everyone 6 months of age and older get a yearly flu vaccination as soon as vaccines become available. Seasonal flu immunizations are ...
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UNICEF combats measles in overcrowded displacement camps in Somalia

VIDEO: 29 August 2011 - UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a measles vaccination campaign in camps for people displaced by drought and conflict in Mogadishu, Somalia. Videographer: Eva Gilliam. Watch in RealPlayer Furiyay's son is suffering ...
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UNICEF (press release)

Measles confirmed in two children in Montgomery County

by Sarah Gantz, Staff Writer Measles have been confirmed in Montgomery County in two unvaccinated children who arrived in the United States on Aug. 24, according to Montgomery County health officials. Health officials are asking individuals who on ...
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Shot has a little sting

"We recommend you receive a flu vaccine regardless of whether you had one last year," Dr. Donald Williamson, state health officer, said. "The CDC calls a yearly flu vaccine the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease. ...
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Traveling flu shot clinic begins Sept. 26

Seasonal influenza outbreaks can begin as early as October, according to the Centers for Disease Control but typically peak in January and February and antibodies develop approximately two weeks after vaccination. They recommend yearly vaccinations in ...
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It's still hot, but flu vaccines already in Utah

... to mirror the surge two years ago, driven by concerns about H1N1 and a shortage of vaccine. More Americans than ever got vaccinated for the flu last year, according to Jeff Dimond, a spokesman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ...
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UCF lands two NIH grants worth $5.5 million for hemophilia research

A blood disorder in which a person lacks the proteins necessary to make blood clot, hemophilia affects 20000 Americans, mostly male, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The inherited blood disorder affects one in ...
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Is vaccine-autism link finally debunked?

But doctors have said the risk is much greater for children who are not vaccinated for diseases such as measles, mumps, whooping cough, hepatitis, diphtheria, tetanus, chickenpox, meningitis and pneumococcal disease and cervical cancer. ...
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Palm Beach Post (blog)

Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation donates $1.5 million to Global ...

The funds will be distributed by the Global Poverty Project, which has undertaken the 'End of Polio' campaign to make the devastating disease a thing of the past. Over the past two decades the total number of polio cases has been reduced by 99 percent, ...
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Routine childhood immunization rates remains high among toddlers

The number of toddlers who received vaccines against measles, mumps and rubella, rotavirus, pneumococcal disease, hepatitis A and Haemophilus influenzae type b increased in 2010, according to data from the CDC published today. ...
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Unusual Swine Flu Cases Have H1N1 Links

The child, who had received flu vaccine in September 2010, presented in July 2011 with fever, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, and sore throat. A respiratory specimen taken at a local emergency department tested positive for influenza A (H3). ...
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Gardasil bill an assault on parental rights, Catholic official says

The bill would allow children to consent to treatment with the controversial Gardasil vaccine intended to prevent human papillomavirus, a sexually transmitted disease linked to cervical cancer. The cost of the legislation to the taxpayer is hard to ...
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These medical tests are essential from infancy up to age 50

BY KATIE MORELL For Sun-Times Media Head start to good health: There is a long list of vaccines doctors recommend infants get including inoculations for meningitis, polio and hepatitis B. | File photo Certain medical tests, exams and vaccines can help ...
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Calabasas High assistant basketball coach Frazier remains in coma

We know it's Joseph Frazier overcame deafness caused by a bout with meningitis when he was 2 and enjoyed a successful career playing basketball at Cal State Northridge in 2001-2005. Frazier continues to battle for his life after being struck by a ...
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