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All the News Posted November 29, 2009


►November 30, 2009 - Pilgrimage declared free of contagious diseases - Arab News

* ►November 30, 2009 - In favor of inoculations - Ha'aretz

* ►November 30, 2009 - Early intervention for toddlers with autism highly effective, study finds - Significant gains seen in IQ, communication and social interaction - Autism Speaks via EurekAlert!

* ►November 30, 2009 - John’s Hopkins FAQs: The meaning of neuroinflammatory findings in autism - Left Brain/Right Brain

►November 30, 2009 - Mind your p’s and flus - Health officials strongly urge staying home if you have symptoms, and (kindly) encouraging co-workers to do the same (requires registration) - Boston Globe

►November 30, 2009 - 22 million H1N1 flu - Cebu Daily News

►November 30, 2009 - Swine flu vaccinations set for schools rollout - A school vaccination scheme for swine flu could be rolled out within weeks, after clinical trials gave the all-clear to immunising children against the killer virus. - The Australian - "The federal Health Department's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is still deciding whether children younger than three should be given a full adult dose of the vaccine, or a half dose. ... The TGA was notified of 654 cases of suspected side-effects in the first month, according to the latest data on its website. Half the side-effects were headache, nausea, vomiting or diarrhoea, with fatigue and fever each accounting for 15 per cent. The TGA reported four probable cases of anaphylaxis -- a severe allergic reaction requiring adrenalin injections -- but concluded the cases were within the normal range for vaccines."

►November 30, 2009 - Champaign-Urbana offers drive-through H1N1 vaccines - Drive-through flu vaccinations making parents happy in Champaign-Urbana - Chicago Tribune

* ►November 30, 2009 - H1N1 vaccine: It's hard to prioritize in person - The shortage of doses has led to confrontations with patients who insist on getting it when they find their doctor has some. (requires registration) - Los Angeles Times

* ►November 29, 2009 - Bedridden for 18 years after polio vaccination - The Post Newspapers Zambia - "The fourth born child of the late Davisnado Changa and Godfreda Katamba, Elizabeth was born and grew up a healthy child till tragedy struck. What was meant to be a routine vaccination for school-going children changed her life forever, leaving her paralysed and unable to do anything. It all started when a team of medical personnel had gone to administer polio and measles vaccination to the pupils at Kawama Primary School. Little did Elizabeth know that the vaccination injection would change her life forever."

* ►November 29, 2009 - An answer, questions in Austin plant illnesses - Study found why some pork workers got sick, but "great unknown" remains. - Minneapolis Star Tribune - "When 21 slaughterhouse workers at an Austin, Minn., pork plant came down with a mysterious neurological disorder in 2007, it prompted a nationwide investigation into the unique autoimmune disease. Now, nearly three years later, researchers are reporting that they're beginning to piece together the puzzle. In a study published Monday in Lancet Neurology they confirmed an initial theory -- that the workers had inhaled pig blood and brain tissue sprayed into the atmosphere by high-pressure air hoses. But they also found that many other meatpackers who worked in the same area and inhaled the same foreign tissue did not get sick. Together, the findings raise a more profound question: What was the difference?"

* ►November 29, 2009 - SA Government wants right to detain sick people - Alliance for Health Freedom Australia - "Health authorities want the power to detain people for up to three months if they refuse testing or treatment for infectious diseases. Under draft legislation proposed by the State Government, someone with swine flu, measles or meningococcal disease could be forcibly held, examined and treated."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Shocking horror stories about pregnancy and H1N1 vaccine (includes video) - Examiner.com

* ►November 29, 2009 - Swine flu vaccine shortage continues - Delays in production frustrate providers - Buffalo News

* ►November 29, 2009 - Swine Flu Vaccine Causes Upset - NYC Magazine - "Brooklyn College and CUNY have been militarily pro-swine flu vaccine since day one, sending out emails and putting up warnings on their websites encouraging students to procure this vaccine. However, if you are contemplating getting the vaccine, new cases say you should avoid it. Desiree Jennings, a girl training to be a professional cheerleader for the Redskins, developed a rare neurological disorder called Dystonia, after getting a swine flu vaccination."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Elmira boy stricken by H1N1 virus may breathe on his own again soon - Elmira Star-Gazette

* ►November 29, 2009 - Trying last-ditch lung bypass for worst H1N1 cases - AP via Omaha World-Herald - "It's a risky approach using equipment that only certain specialized hospitals have. But faced with children and young adults struggling to breathe despite ventilators has intensive-care doctors dusting off these machines, named ECMO, that they often consider last-ditch and almost never use for influenza."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Second wave of H1N1 pandemic may have peaked: health officials - Canwest News Service via Canada.com - "Dr. Simon Avis, Newfoundland's chief medical examiner, said he wanted to clarify whether the people reported of dying of H1N1 actually died of it or with it. He reviewed 15 deaths of people who tested positive for H1N1, checking their medical records, reviewing autopsy findings and speaking with the attending physician. Of the 15 cases, 'only five you could say died as a direct result of H1N1 infection,' Avis said."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Is there a 3rd wave of H1N1 in the cards for this winter? Who knows? - Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada - "Dr. Arlene King, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, frankly wishes people would stop spending so much time debating whether we'll have another wave of H1N1 flu this winter. 'I'm concerned that the fixation on waves a is distracting from the task at hand, which is to try to get as many people immunized as possible as quickly as possible,' says King, who was the Public Health Agency of Canada's point person for pandemic preparedness for years until she took the Ontario job last spring."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Vaccinations, antiviral supply mean H1N1 no threat to 2010 Olympics: experts - Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada - "Back-up plans for the organizing committee include a mobile pool of volunteers who could be dispatched in short-order in case people fall ill. They're also asking all of their staff and volunteers to get vaccinated, though they can't make it a requirement. A minor controversy arose when it emerged that the torch relay team had been vaccinated ahead of the general public, but the decision was explained by the fact they were travelling to remote areas and could spread the virus there. But now that the vaccine is available to the public, plans are in the works to offer a vaccination clinic for volunteers when they come to pick up their uniforms in December."

* ►November 29, 2009 - WHO to Monitor for Flu Outbreaks at Vancouver - WHO to monitor for flu outbreaks at Vancouver; organizers have taken steps to stem H1N1 threat - AP via ABC News

* ►November 29, 2009 - Swine flu vaccine ineffective against low reactor H1N1 influenza virus found in Ukraine flu outbreak - Examiner.com

* ►November 29, 2009 - Swine flu to be included in flu vaccine (includes video) - BigPond News - "Swine flu will be included in next year's seasonal influenza vaccine, despite more than 650 adverse reactions to the vaccine. The Therapeutic Goods Administration has revealed that people suffered nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea in the month after the immunisation program began."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Pics of the flu virus and some its components - Effect Measure via ScienceBlogs

►November 29, 2009 - State/Walgreen’s Feud Delaying H1N1 Shots? - Delaware Liberal

►November 29, 2009 - Swine flu does not exist, says Bahçeli - Hurriyet Daily News & Econmic Review, Turkey

►November 29, 2009 - Is the H1N1 vaccine safe for pregnant women? - Maryville Daily Times

►November 29, 2009 - Texas local official calls for wider vaccination against A/H1N1 flu - Xinhua via China View

►November 29, 2009 - H1-4-No-1 - commentary - Indiana Daily Student - "Today at 6:50 p.m., I am scheduled to receive my free H1N1 vaccine at Assembly Hall – and there’s no way in hell I’m going."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Saudi official: 5 dead from swine flu at hajj (requires registration) - AP via Washington Post

* ►November 29, 2009 - China reports 8 cases of mutated swine flu virus - AP via Waterbury Republican-American

* ►November 29, 2009 - African Swine plague kills 100,000 pigs in 3 years in Togo - Afrique en ligne

* ►November 29, 2009 - Hospital Employee Struck Down After Swine Flu Vaccine - The One Click Group

►November 29, 2009 - Student Health Center hopes to have one last H1N1 clinic - All students encouraged to get vaccinated before break - SIU, Daily Egyptian

►November 29, 2009 - What do you do when swine flu vaccine no longer works on the mutated virus? - Examiner.com

►November 29, 2009 - Canadian Backlash Against H1N1 Vaccine Media Promotion - The One Click Group

►November 29, 2009 - Media Swine Flu Panic Promotion Poses Consumer Threat - The One Click Group

►November 29, 2009 - Man ill after H1N1 shot - Canadian Press via Toronto Sun - "The unidentified Hamilton adult came down with GBS three weeks after getting the adjuvanted vaccine."

►November 29, 2009 - H1N1 vaccines in schools starts Monday - WSFA.com

►November 29, 2009 - Veterinary Voice Update: First Pet Death from H1N1 - AnnArbor.com

►November 29, 2009 - Santas work to ease to swine flu fears - KTNV Las Vegas

►November 29, 2009 - Workers line up at vaccination unit for H1N1 jabs - Peninsula On-line

►November 29, 2009 - Kennedy: Adventures in flu shots stick with me - Chattanooga Times Free Press

►November 29, 2009 - Major turnout for today's TPS H1N1 clinic (includes video) - WTVG 13abc.com

►November 29, 2009 - Consolidated Status of Influenza A H1 N1 as on 29th November 2009 - Press Information Bureau, Government of India

►November 29, 2009 - 'H1N1 vaccine as safe as seasonal flu jabs' - The Sun Daily

►November 29, 2009 - Flu shot remains dilemma for many - New Haven Register

* ►November 29, 2009 - Elderly question flu shot controls - 65 and older face H1N1 vaccine limits - Las Vegas Review-Journal

* ►November 29, 2009 - Don't exclude private schools from vaccines - The Patriot News - "Some smaller private schools wanted to get the vaccine and would have inoculated their students if they had received the injections or nose spray to do so, but they didn’t. Because of their size that might have made sense. But those students then should not be left out elsewhere. School officials have an obligation to immunize all school-age children who live in their districts regardless of whether they go to public school there. But for parents who are not able to get the vaccine through a school district or their family doctor, they should call 877-PA-Health for information."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Can't miss work, child sick ... - Flu pandemic, harsh economy combine to give parents a major headache - LancasterOnline.com

* ►November 29, 2009 - Babies arrive with limited H1N1 protection - Chicago Tribune - "A"Babies are indeed born with some of their mother's antibodies against influenza," said the University of Chicago's Kenneth Alexander, a pediatric infectious disease specialist, "and more antibodies are transferred in breast milk, another reason why breast-feeding is the best form of nutrition for babies."

* ►November 29, 2009 - Flu shot remains dilemma for many - New Haven Register

* ►November 29, 2009 - Cancer Vaccines: Investing Opportunities Beyond Dendreon - OneMedPlace - "The ongoing Phase I/II study will include patient follow-up for a minimum follow-up period of two years and this will provide a steady flow of survival data while the Phase 2b/3 trial proceeds and progresses. In conjunction with FDA discussions to design the pivotal Phase 2b/3 study, QI will evaluate alternatives for its next phase of capital funding requirements that may include an initial public offering (IPO), reverse merger, joint venture (JV), or acquisition. Currently, QI has a fully diluted valuation of approximately $22 million with a single class of stock. Below is a summary of the current status for the lead therapeutic cancer vaccines in development for some other stocks included in the HavRx ImmunoTherapy / Vaccines Index."

* ►November 29, 2009 - How school's huge mercury cleanup unfolded - The Arizona Republic - "Ultimately, about 450 students and staff were screened for mercury contamination. Over the next two weeks, the scope of the spill kept expanding as the cleanup got under way. The lab and classrooms were gutted to their studs, vacuumed and cleaned, then heated to 80 degrees to vaporize the mercury. Contaminated homes were heated and vented. The district agreed to take full responsibility for the cleanup and would pay to decontaminate any affected homes. On Feb. 19, one week after the spill, Agua Fria High School reopened. But things were clearly not back to normal yet. Entrances were locked. All 1,636 students had to pass through one of four check-in entrances manned by teachers with a list of about 83 students who had not yet turned in potentially contaminated items. Also on the list were students that EPA investigators wanted to interview or re-screen. Students on the list were sent to the theater room for EPA screening. Once cleared, they were stamped and allowed to return to class. Pattison's daughter returned to school without books, notes or her graphing calculator. All had been turned over to the EPA. Pattison spent about $400 replacing her daughter's school items. She and other parents were later reimbursed by the school. If the EPA screening turned up items with high levels of contamination, students' homes were also checked for mercury. The Pattisons' house was one of 66 student or faculty homes screened."

►November 29, 2009 - A/H1N1 flu virus claims third victim in Macedonia - Xinhua via China View

►November 29, 2009 - A/H1N1: With upcoming poll, health officials warn of public gatherings - TheSunday Times

* ►November 29, 2009 - Japan experts go to Canada to study flu vaccine reactions - AFP via Inquirer.net

►November 29, 2009 - Rotavirus and adenovirus frequency among patients with acute gastroenteritis and their relationship to clinical parameters: a retrospective study in Turkey (pdf) - journal article (Asia Pacific Family Medicine)

* ►November 29, 2009 - GSK to cut drug prices for developing countries - Financial Times via NineMSN.comau

* ►November 29, 2009 - Regular yoga can help reduce H1N1 risk, says expert - The Times of India

* ►November 29, 2009 - Jail for man who infected girlfriend with HIV - Sunday Star Times via Stuff.co.nz

►November 29, 2009 - Meat processors turn animal parts into profit - The Daily Times

* ►November 29, 2009 - When perfume becomes a nuisance (or a health issue) (requires registration) - Los Angeles Times

►November 29, 2009 - A time for thanks: Autism takes it toll on family, yet they still count their blessings - The Advocate-Messenger

►November 29, 2009 - Pass the Maalox: An AoA Thanksgiving Nightmare - Age of Autism

►November 29, 2009 - The Heroes of Autism Video - Age of Autism

►November 29, 2009 - Watch Autism In the Criminal Justice System by Dennis Debbaudt (includes link to video) - Age of Autism

* ►November 29, 2009 - An Autism Mom's Video Response to the Chicago Tribune Story “This Too Shall Pass…..” By Jacey Capurso - Age of Autism

* ►November 29, 2009 - Autism treatment works in kids as young as 18 mos. - AP via ABC News - "The first rigorous study of behavior treatment in autistic children as young as 18 months found two years of therapy can vastly improve symptoms, often resulting in a milder diagnosis. The study was small — just 48 children evaluated at the University of Washington — but the results were so encouraging it has been expanded to several other sites, said Geraldine Dawson, chief science officer of the advocacy group Autism Speaks. Dawson, a former University of Washington professor, led the research team."

►November 29, 2009 - Do Children with Autism Lack an Ability to Imitate? - Psychology Today

►November 29, 2009 - What is autism, anyway? - San Francisco Chronicle

►November 29, 2009 - Farmingdale school trains student 'autism ambassadors' - Newsday

►November 29, 2009 - Should Medical Marijuana Be Used to Treat Autism - There are some people who believe autism can be treated with medical marijuana. In fact recently there was a story in the news about a mother doing just that. But there are a number of issues in doing so and the need for more research. (includes video) - DigitalJournal.com

►November 29, 2009 - SJS: East Texan diagnosed with rare skin disease - KLTV.com - "It's a life threatening skin disease, so rare that doctors may never see it in their career. It's called Stevens Johnson Syndrome, and an East Texas seven-year-old has it. She's home from the hospital just in time from the holidays."

►November 29, 2009 - Victory over polio in sight - guest column - Kansas City Star

►November 29, 2009 - Teacher Being Treated For Bacterial Meningitis - Wakefield Middle School Teacher In Intensive Care - WCVB Boston

►November 29, 2009 - Searching for a Vaccine Against Misinformation - editorial - New University

►November 29, 2009 - Largest Ever Yellow Fever Immunization Program Wraps up in West Africa - Spread by infected mosquitoes, the hemorrhagic virus causes symptoms from nausea to kidney failure and jaundice and can be fatal; Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Guinea and the Central African Republic are among countries at risk from this virus - Voice of America

* ►November 29, 2009 - School health care hurting - Low nurse-to-student ratios — Atascadero has one for every 2,446 kids — coupled with rising care requirements mean medical staff are under more and more pressure - San Luis Obispo Tribune - "'The number of children who come to school every day with chronic disease, whether asthma, diabetes, severe allergies, adrenal insufficiency or children with cancer, is growing,' said Linda Davis-Alldritt, president-elect of the California Association of School Nurses."

►November 29, 2009 - AIDS Day Highlights Need for Awareness of the Disease - The Epoch Times

►November 29, 2009 - Pope Prays for End to HIV/AIDS - Zenit News Agency

►November 29, 2009 - New WHO guidelines urge phase-out of major HIV drug - Reuters

►November 29, 2009 - WHO: Treat HIV patients sooner - AP via The Guardian, UK

►November 29, 2009 - T-cells Grown In Lab To Strengthen Immunity Of Transplant Patient - MedIndia

►November 29, 2009 - Discerning pancreatic cancer from pancreatitis - Test shows patients with autoimmune pancreatitis more likely to have telltale antibody - ScienceNews

►November 29, 2009 - What Is Liver Cancer? What Causes Liver Cancer? - Medical News Today

►November 29, 2009 - UK DNA Database Needs Major Legal Overhaul - The One Click Group

►November 29, 2009 - FDA Trying to Reduce Preventable Medical Error from Prescription and Over the Counter Drug Use - InjuryBoard Lansing

►November 29, 2009 - In Brief - St. Clair River focus of mercury study - Port Huron Times Herald

* ►November 28, 2009 - H1N1 follows ethnic pattern - Study: Alaska Natives, Asians among groups most hospitalized with swine flu. (requires registration) - Anchorage Daily News

►November 28, 2009 - MacEwan, U of A to hold flu clinics - Edmonton Sun - "With a steady supply of the vaccine now rolling in to Alberta every week, both Grant MacEwan University and the University of Alberta will be holding flu clinics for students and faculty keen on getting immunized."

►November 28, 2009 - NY Hospital Sued After Woman Claims Exposure To HIV - News One

* ►November 28, 2009 - Egypt confirms Bird flu case - Bikya Masr - "The 3-year-old boy from the Minya governorate, was admitted to a local hospital on November 21 and after the ministry and hospital officials conducted tests, it was confirmed on Friday that the boy had the bird flu virus. According to the ministry, the young boy is currently in stable conditions after he was given the anti-viral drug, Tamiflu. The ministry said that he had come into close contact with dead, or sick, poultry."

* ►November 28, 2009 - Families tell story of life with autism - Bellevue residents put together heartfelt book - The Tennessean

* ►November 28, 2009 - Toxins and terrorists - If our chemical plants were made safer, Houston would be less of a target - Houston Chronicle - "The good news sounds dull at first: Earlier this month, the Clorox Company announced that it's changing the way it makes household bleach. Over the next few years, the company will retool its seven U.S. factories, including one near the Houston Ship Channel, to use a different raw material: liquid bleach instead of chlorine gas. Why should you give a flip? Because chlorine gas is deadly stuff. And according to figures the company submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency, a worst-case scenario — say, a terrorist attack on the Houston factory — would put 1,868,700 of us in the “vulnerability zone.”

* ►November 28, 2009 - What is XXYY Syndrome? - Examiner.com - "• Developmental delays • Speech impairment • Tall, considering family history • Behavior outbursts & mood swings • Learning disabilities • Intellectual impairment • ADD symptoms • Autism, autism spectrum, PDD-NOS • Scoliosis • Clinodactyly (Curved-in pinky fingers) • Low muscle tone • Flat feet • Infertility • Delayed sexual development • Tremor, tics • Significant dental problems • Radioulnar synostosis • Congenital heart defects"

►November 28, 2009 - Protective versus pathogenic anti-CD4 immunity: insights from the study of exposed seronegative individuals with natural resistance to HIV infection (pdf) - journal article (Journal of Translational Medicine)

►November 28, 2009 - Global swine flu deaths rise sharply over past week - The Malta Independent Online

►November 28, 2009 - A daughter's cure is priceless (requires registration) - A mother spends millions to fund research for neuromyelitis optica, which can leave patients paralyzed or blind. - Los Angeles Times

►November 27, 2009 - School district waits for vaccine clinics - Prior Lake American

►November 27, 2009 - Workshop to explore latest research on autism - New Jersey Jewish Standard

* ►November 27, 2009 - Does Everything Cause Cancer, Even Vitamins? - Folate, B-12 and Cigarettes: Guess Who the Real Culprit Is - press release - Orthomolecular Medicine News Service

* ►November 25, 2009 - Parent training key to improved treatment of behavior problems in children with autism - EurekAlert! via Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

* ►November 25, 2009 - Exercises tailored for kids with autism - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

* ►November 25, 2009 - Hormone ghrelin can boost resistance to Parkinson's disease - Yale University GeneRef

* ►November 24, 2009 - Mothers' exposure to chemicals may affect boys - The Washington Post - "Elevated levels of two plastic-softening chemicals in pregnant women's urine are linked to less-masculine play behavior by their sons several years later, according to a study published last week in the International Journal of Andrology."

* ►November 24, 2009 - Article should better explain the threat posed by environmental PCBs. - Los Angeles Times via Environmental Health News

►November 24, 2009 - Expert Answers on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (requires registration) - The New York Times

* ►November 24, 2009 - Nutritionist Treats Kids' Disorders Without Drugs - CBS11tv.com

* ►November 24, 2009 - Plague of black lung is sweeping through Europe (includes video) - Examiner.com

►November 23, 2009 - Amid the flu epidemic, don't forget RSV in young children - Children's Hospital Boston via EurekAlert!

►November 23, 2009 - 10 X ‘20: ID Experts Ca;; fpr 10 New Antibiotics by 2020 - IDSA

* ►November 23, 2009 - Achieving asthma control in preschoolers - Part of a CMAJ asthma series via EurekAlert!

* ►November 22, 2009 - Novartis Influenza A(H1N1) 2009 Vaccine US Interim Data Show Lower Doses Of Antigen May Suffice To Generate A Protective Immune Response - Novartis via Medical News Today

* ►November 20, 2009 - NIEHS Director Birnbaum: "We kind of jump from the proverbial fry pan into the fire" when replacing chemicals - Environmental Health News

►November 19, 2009 - The Booky Man: Plague Upon Your Houses - book review - Paste Magazine - "Undecided on that flu shot? Read Thomas Mullen. You’ll be ready to stand in line for a vaccination. Atlanta-based Mullen’s debut novel, The Last Town on Earth, came out with Random House in 2006."

►November 17, 2009 - S. pneumoniae testing critical to diagnose secondary bacterial pneumonia infections during Influenza epidemic - press release - Inverness Medical via PR-Inside.com

►November 17, 2009 - Quick Study - Vaccinations - Fever reducer may dampen effectiveness of shots. (requires registration) - Washington Post

* ►November 17, 2009 - Nanosilver in consumer products: No silver lining for fish - Environmental Health News

* ►November 16, 2009 - Rates of hospitalisation for acute respiratory illness and the emergence of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus in the Hunter New England Area Health Service - journal article (The Medical Journal of Australia)

►November 16, 2009 - Timing of bronchiolitis hospitalisations and respiratory syncytial virus immunoprophylaxis in non-metropolitan Western Australia - journal article (The Medical Journal of Australia)

►November 16, 2009 - Why health reform? - journal article (The Medical Journal of Australia)

* ►October 30, 2009 - Aluminum Hydroxide in Vaccines Linked to Neurological Damage by Lourdes Salvador - American Chronicle

* ►2009 - Rubella in Poland in 2007 - journal article (Przegland Epidemiology)

* A Tidal Wave of Terror: Thimerosal in Vaccines - Boyd Haley, PhD, professor of chemistry, University of Kentucky [USA] - Wed, Dec 2, 2009 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST - webinar - Homefirst.com

* Vaccines Cause Autism - Amy Carson is president of Moms Against Mercury and mother of a child damaged by vaccines diagnosed with autism.  Anne Dachel is media editor of Age of Autism and mother of a child damaged by vaccines diagnosed with autism. - Wed, Dec 9, 2009 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST - webinar - Homefirst.com

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