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All the News Posted October 4, 2010


Sandy's website Immunization News Click here for all of the Dr. Andrew Wakefield GMC/Lancet Decision Articles and Videos



Should Vaccine Lawsuits Be Preempted?

Mandatory Vaccinations for US Citizens under Obama

October is Vaccine Injury Awareness Month

Reporting Adverse Events for Drugs, Devices, Biologics and D (Video)

Canadian pediatricians recommend new vaccine for babies

Take Charge of Your Health, Fri, September 10, 2010 Guest: Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny Interview on vaccines with Alex Jones (Video)

CureVac presents convincing data from the first ever Phase I/IIa clinical study with a mRNA based vaccine

Swine flu is still a threat

Heightened neurologic complications in children with pandemic H1N1 influenza

Database to raise alarm on vaccines

AHS looking into more comprehensive flu vaccinations 

Winter warning to accept free seasonal flu jab

Come With A Grocery List, Leave With A Flu Shot

Vaccines critical to staying healthy

Will first-responders be available?

Twitter can be used to predict flu outbreaks

Flu shot season ramping up

Guideline Title Immunizations.

ResistAid Selectively Enhances Immune Systems in Study

Listen to This Learn the symptoms of whooping cough, how to avoid infection, and why it's on the rise here.

PNHR recommends whooping cough vaccine

Macrophagic Myofaciitis a Vaccine (alum) Autoimmune-Related Disease

Vaccine Related Reactogenicity for Primary Immunization: A Randomized Controlled Trial of 23(Wider) vs. 25(Narrower) Gauge Needles with Same Lengths

Serological Protection Induced by Haemophilus influenzae Type b Conjugate Vaccine in Mexican Children: Is a Booster Dose of the Vaccine Needed?

DRAFT – October 1, 2010 MEETING OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON IMMUNIZATION PRACTICES (ACIP) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1600 Clifton Road, NE, Tom Harkin Global Communications Center (Building 19), Atlanta, Georgia October 27-28, 2010

Effect of Revaccination Using Different Schemes among Adults with Low or Undetectable Anti-HBs Titers after Hepatitis B Virus Vaccination

Therapeutic Cancer Vaccines in Prostate Cancer: The Paradox of Improved Survival Without Changes in Time to Progression

Monkeypox can still be a deadly killer

How to recognize chicken pox (includes video)

The Blotter

Long-term Outcomes of Acute Encephalitis in Childhood

Genetic seizure susceptibility underlying acute encephalopathies in childhood

Retinal Hemorrhage in Abusive Head Trauma

Clinical Report—The Pediatrician's Role in Child Maltreatment Prevention

Inspector General Slams ACORN Spin-off, But Will it Matter?

UN agencies help launch initiative to combat polio and worm infestation

WHO says polio outbreak in Angola must be stopped to avoid 'international consequences'

Colour purple helps polio campaign

Polio sends Newark, Roth hero into tailspin

First Duplex Test for Parvovirus B19 and Hepatitis A Virus Increases Safety of Human Plasma and Plasma Products

Co-Founders of PharmaJet Honored as Laureate of The Tech Museum’s Tech Awards in 2010

Investigation of parking-lot pet vaccinations widens

Winnipeg man contracts serious case of Hepatitis A in Mexico 

Survey Gives Patients with "Invisible" Illnesses a Chance to Speak Out About How They Are Treated

Poultry business behind anthrax scare

Underinsured children less likely to receive pediatrician-recommended care

National guidelines for community-acquired pneumonia in the works

Rare Diseases and Orphan Products: Accelerating Research and Development

New Mexico Scientific Laboratory Division Dedicates New State-of-the-Art Facility

Innovative Web-Based Tool Helps Doctors Improve Care

Your Money or Your Life?

The EPA’s Long War on Chemicals

Enterovirus 71 Infection of Monocytes with Antibody-Dependent Enhancement

The European Union allocates € 10 million to fight epidemic outbreaks in developing countries

Jacques Banchereau Joins Roche as R&D Head for Inflammation and Virology

Study findings from Imperial College London, Division of Infectious Diseases broaden understanding of genetics and bird flu

Neonatal Candidiasis: Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Clinical Judgment

Chronic infection with S. maltophilia bacterium may impact cystic fibrosis progression: Study

New immunoglobulins study findings have been published by scientists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases

IVF pioneer earns Nobel

Why are so many doctors using baking soda as a healing tool?

Physicians Should Take Precautions to Avoid Transmission of Contagious Skin Infections When Diagnosing Patients: Presented at AAO-HNSF

Trends in Admissions for Pediatric Status Asthmaticus in New Jersey Over a 15-Year Period

Arena Pharmaceuticals Investors Smell A Rat

Living In Unethical Times: Carl Elliott Explains

South Africa to research mood-lifting plant

Sanofi-Aventis Launches Genzyme Takeover Battle

J&J Warns of Sales-Force Layoffs

Developmental Trajectories From Birth to School Age in Healthy Term-Born Children

Policy Statement—Media Education

Cost-effectiveness of Epinephrine and Dexamethasone in Children With Bronchiolitis

An Observational Study of an Employer Intervention for Children's Healthy Weight Behaviors

IgE-mediated hypersensitivity to cephalosporins: Cross-reactivity and tolerability of penicillins, monobactams, and carbapenems

A Systematic Review of Faces Scales for the Self-report of Pain Intensity in Children

Children, Males and Blacks Are at Increased Risk for Food Allergies

Food allergies raise risk of asthma attacks

Careful parents 'may aggravate allergies'

Role of diet in the development of immune tolerance in the context of allergic disease

New Ways to Help Manage Allergies for Children

Shots, other treatments can help with allergy symptoms in children

First Large Studies Of Web-Based Population Care Tool Designed To Help Doctors Improve Care

Guideline Title Preventive services for children and adolescents.

Harvard casts a wide net for aid on diabetes

USA - Media reports like this crucifying farmers

Cornell Opens New Vet School Diagnostic Lab

Building Green Pharmaceutical Manufacturing on a Foundation of PAT and QbD

Mylan Launches Generic Version of Wellbutrin XL(R) Tablets

Day Care Increases the Risk of Respiratory Morbidity in Chronic Lung Disease of Prematurity

Firms Making Progress Developing Antibiotics

Jenny McCarthy on Larry King Live Video

Autism coal link study stalled by government

Autism’s here, so what do we do about It?

Living, loving and learning with autism

Long-term sleep disturbances in children: A cause of neuronal loss

The Development of Core Cognitive Skills in Autism: A 3-Year Prospective Study

Children’s Understanding of Ordinary and Extraordinary Minds

WHO to Launch Mental Health Gap Guide on World Mental Health Day 2010

Doctor admits that most MDs know nothing about nutrition, health

Gene flaw causes small brain - scientists

Gender, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Reading Disability in a Population-Based Birth Cohort

Realizing the rights of persons with disabilities

Contagious Yawning in Autistic and Typical Development

Uninsured in R.I. sometimes wait days to get mental health care at hospitals, doctors say

Twins Provide Clue That Genetic Epilepsy Can Originate in the Embryo

Research Becomes A Reality For Rett Syndrome Through New Funding

Is your child being bullied?

New Jersey Home of The Situation and The Autism Situation for Some Very Real Housewives

Part 4: A typical classroom day for a child with autism

Efficacy of Communication DEALL—An Indigenous Early Intervention Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

EDITORIAL: Arresting development

TV Executive chairs Autism Care and Treatment event in Hidden Hills

Elsevier Launches New Journal: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

Parents of special needs children have outlet

Girls with autism or ADHD symptoms not taken seriously

Long-term prognosis of Kawasaki disease: increased cardiovascular risk?

Community‐Acquired Bacteremic Pneumococcal Pneumonia in Children: Diagnosis and Serotyping by Real‐Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Using Blood Samples

Environmental Justice Comes Back to Life

Flouride not up to job of halting BexarMet's decay

BPA found in canned foods, health risks for pregnant women

Fairfax middle school parents stand up to proposed cellphone tower

Wellness group launches new health initiative

Reduce the risk of cancer

UnitedHealth Group Pledges $2.25 Million to Fortify the Y's Efforts to Prevent Obesity and Related Chronic Diseases

Genetic research suggests some forms of cancer can be managed like chronic diseases

Calcium and vitamin supplements reduce breast cancer risk

Insurers drop child-only coverage on eve of health reform mandates

Doctors, patients use smartphones, but can't make mobile connection

Medicaid panel to study access to care, quality

Medicare Advantage premiums to dip an average of 1%

Public health measures headed to House with bipartisan nods

Medical devices bidding program gets passing grade

AMA: Insurer appeals rule must protect medical role

Tougher health fraud prevention measures proposed

New tactics for diversity: Creating doctors from all racial, ethnic groups

Doctors use Formula One pit crews as safety model

Medical education still evolving 100 years after Flexner report

Cash-strapped states target residency programs for cuts

Negative online reviews leave doctors with little recourse

Proposed tax break for lawyers would worsen liability mess

"Office Hours" gives doctors a chance to stay connected

Narrow networks: Will you be in or out?

Consumers look to insurers to lower health care costs

2010 could end up as worst year for hospital layoffs

Small hospitals less ready for "meaningful use" mandate

Incentive plans playing bigger role in physician earnings

Britain scraps top-down plan for health data network

Letters to the Editor - Oct. 4, 2010

News briefs: Government & Medicine

News briefs: Business

News briefs: Professional Issues

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The Greater Good A Documentary Film looks behind the fear, hype and politics that have polarized the vaccine debate in America today. The film re-frames the emotionally charged issue and offers, for the first time, the opportunity for a rational and scientific discussion on how to create a safer and more effective vaccine program.

The PBS NewsHour series "Autism Now"

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