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Daily News 2012-02-14

Sandy valentines day 2012Pandemic flu vaccine quadrupled the risk of being hospitalized with pandemic flu during first week after vaccination – British Medical Journal by The Refusers

What’s in Placebos: Who Knows? – Annals of Internal Medicine by The Refusers

Narcolepsy victims in new compensation bid

Dr. Jason Eberhart-Phillips: What parents should know about HPV vaccine

Nationwide polio vaccination ends

The Superiority Complex of Vaccination Foes

Anti-Drug Vaccines Hold Promise - But Little Profit

Parents urged to get kids MMR vaccinated

How Reliable is Hepatitis B Vaccination in People with Celiac Disease?

Public health calls for more realistic vaccination targets

Death-rate row blurs mutant flu debate - Even if a 59% mortality rate for H5N1 is too high, the virus could still cause a flu pandemic more serious than that of 1918.

VBI Vaccines pulls in $2.2M debt round

Vaccine site for Medicago secures $3.5M DARPA milestone

Should mutant flu data be censored? - (video) - Researchers and policy-makers debate the case for redacting avian flu papers.

FDA requests additional data on Novartis quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine, MenveoR , for expanded use in infants and toddlers

Andy Says: Test Efficacy During Post-Marketing by Ed Silverman

Surprised?! Pharma Employees Worry About Jobs
by Ed Silverman

Medical Fraud Can, And Does, Occur Anywhere (video) by Ed Silverman - The One Click Group

Why doctors like me would rather die than endure the pain of treatment for advanced cancer by Martin Scurr - The One Click Group

Oklahoma City Sees Autism Population Triple in Schools by Anne Daschel - Age of Autism

At UCSF, Chancellor Isn't Worried About Industry Ties

Vitamin C Prevents Vaccination Side Effects; Increases Effectiveness

Facts about Measles for Adults

Trade secret changes critical to regulatory sharing, FDA says - The FDA has said it is critical that trade secret laws are changed to allow it to share manufacturing information with other regulators

Agency Involved in Autism Case No Stranger to Controversy (videos)

Stand up for Your Rights!

Any medical procedure with a known risk requires your informed consent.

How the Medical Profession Covered Up Vaccine Injuries and Called it ‘Child Abuse’

Wisconsin school district facing whooping cough, TB

Health officials have confirmed 69 cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, in the Appleton, Wisconsin, school district, with more suspected cases still being tested. The outbreak is the largest to strike Appleton since 2004, when 91 cases were reported.
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Noblesville student may have measles; district works to minimize spread

6:52 am Noblesville Schools is taking precautions for a possible outbreak of measles. The district notified parents Monday night that a student at Noblesville Intermediate School meets the Indiana State Department of Health's case definition for having ...
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Union student has bacterial meningitis, school officials say

By ZACK STOYCOFF World Staff Writer A Union Public Schools elementary student has contracted bacterial meningitis, a district spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday. The student at Jefferson Elementary School had flu-like symptoms Feb.
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Possible meningitis death reported in Pawnee County

By ZACK STOYCOFF World Staff Writer A person in Pawnee County has died in a possible case of meningitis, a spokeswoman for the state Health Department said. Officials are awaiting results of tests to confirm whether meningitis was the cause of death, ...
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Get the shot...or not?

Ashland has the highest noncompliance rate in the state, with up to 25 percent of schoolchildren not having some or all required immunizations. Wednesday is "exclusion day," when children will be prevented from attending classes if their immunizations ...
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CDC Warns Untreatable Gonorrhea is On the Way: A new strain of gonorrhea is ...

Gonorrhea, one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the United States, is increasingly showing resistance to one of the last known effective antibiotic treatments, leading researchers from the Centers for Disease Control to "sound the ...
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New Conn. budget proposal expands immunizations - NECN

The proposed funding will allow three new vaccines to be available at reduced costs through the program. These vaccines, pneumococcal conjugate, hepatitis A ...

Kateri Tekakwitha To Become First Native American Saint

She embraced Catholicism after smallpox left her disfigured and partially blinded. Eventually, she left her tribe to join a mission in Canada. With her canonization, she'll become the first Native American saint. But given the Church's history of ...
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The Takeaway

Research and Markets: Global Vaccine Market Analysis and Forecast 2011-2016

Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR) a. Hepatitis B b. Rabies c. Typhoid d. Cancer e. Yellow Fever f. Malaria g. Influenza h. Japanese Encephalitis i. Typhoid j. West Nile k. HIV By Geography IUS Market II. Europe Market III. Asia-Pacific Market IV.
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Vaccinating Small Dogs: Risks Vets Aren't Revealing

This two-year study of vaccine reactions (from data gathered at 360 Banfield ... preservatives (like mercury), antibiotics, stabilizers and foreign tissue ...

Dynavax to Present at Two Upcoming Investor Healthcare Conferences

The Company's lead product candidate is HEPLISAV(TM), a Phase 3 investigational adult hepatitis B vaccine designed to provide rapid and superior protection with fewer doses than current licensed vaccines. For more information visit .
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Union student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis

TULSA - School officials have confirmed with 2NEWS that a student at a Union school has been diagnosed with bacterial meningitis. Gretchen Haas-Bethell , Union spokesperson, says the district learned over the weekend that a student at Jefferson ...
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Over 17000 children vaccinated against polio in 2011

Ndalatando – At least 17672 children were immunized against polio from January to December 2011, said Tuesday in Ndalatando, the provincial supervisor of the Expanded Programme on Immunisation (PAV), Adriano Isidro Cacola. According to the official, ...
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Town of Coventry to Host Whooping Cough Clinic

Anyone 11 years of age and older may receive the Whooping Cough vaccine and the flu vaccine will be available to anyone six months of age or older. Those residents who are insured should bring his or her insurance card, however, health insurance is not ...
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Health Briefs: Flu vaccines at Health Education Center

Standard flu vaccines will be available at 9:30 am every Monday and Thursday and 3 pm every Wednesday and Friday at Pardee Health Education Center at Blue Ridge Mall. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that by getting a flu vaccine, ...
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MMRGlobal Receives Valentines Valued at More Than $100 Million

LOS ANGELES, CA, Feb 14, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- MMRGlobal, Inc. /quotes/zigman/606524 MMRF -1.60% ("MMR"), a leading provider of Personal Health Records ("PHR"), MyEsafeDepositBox storage solutions and electronic document management and ...
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Wyoming teen's death: Tests negative for meningitis

(WZZM) -- Testing by the Ingham County Health Department has found the bacterial infection that killed a Wyoming teenager and Michigan State University student was likely not meningitis. A health department spokesman says tests so far on the bacteria ...
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Tulsa Student Tests Positive For Bacterial Meningitis

Tulsa's Union Public Schools says a student at the district's Jefferson Elementary School has tested positive for bacterial meningitis. The school district sent out a letter to parents who have students at Jefferson Elementary at 8418 South 107th East ...
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City to Host Whooping Cough Vaccine Clinic Thursday

The city is hosting a public pertussis vaccination clinic for people 11 and up on Thursday. By Mark Schieldrop Richard Jaffe of Barrington gets a Tdap booster shot for pertussis from Amy Tourangeau at Barrington High School Thursday.
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Major employers support flu shot requirement for health professionals

8, the Dept. of Health and Human Services' National Vaccine Advisory Committee voted 12-2 to recommend that health facilities failing to achieve a 90% flu-vaccination rate using voluntary approaches "strongly consider a policy of employer requirement ...
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Immunovaccine to Advance Biodefense Vaccines in a NIH Funded Study

The study will evaluate the potential for these novel vaccine candidates to protect against anthrax and multi-filoviruses (eg, Marburg). These bioterrorism agents are classified as Category A by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Sharon Miller: Vaccines can prevent chicken pox, shingles

When I was growing up, chicken pox was just one of those milestones in childhood that everyone expected. Your parents hoped you'd get them over with before you were very old, because they were supposed to be worse if you waited until you were an adult.
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'Our mission will be our guide': Region 5 taps new health director

Increasing disease prevention programs and strengthening collaborations with local partners are among the goals of the Edisto-Savannah Public Health District's new health director. Bamberg County resident Lou-Ann Carter began serving this year in her ...
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The Latest Risky Fad to Hit Your Child's Pediatrician's Office

The act both protects and requires physicians to report suspected adverse events, and the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program covers all vaccines ...

Pakistan, Afghanistan form joint action plan against polio

Pakistan and Afghanistan, "the world's two worst polio-affected countries," have "decided to form a joint block under the World Health Organization to eradicate the infectious disease -- which causes motor paralysis and the atrophy of skeletal muscles, ...
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Polio situation considered stable countrywide

Speaking to ANGOP, the official revealed that for the past six months or more the country has not recorded a single polio case. Alda de Sousa said that in 2011five cases were recorded, against the 33 cases of 2010. She explained that the decrease in ...
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Rotarian answers call to help battle polio in India

McIntyre will leave for India tomorrow with the Rotary Club to help administer polio vaccines to children. Christopher Weddle A local man dedicated to helping others leaves today on a two-week trip to eradicate the last vestiges of a crippling disease ...
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Centre Daily Times

'Polio Can Be Eradicated From If...'

Oyewole Tomori has declared that polio could be eradicated in Nigeria within the next three years if the leaders do the proper things. Speaking at an interactive session at the Pfizer specialties Ltd forum at the just concluded 43rd Annual General ...
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Fayemi Tasks Parents On Immunisation Against Polio

By Doyin Adebusuyi, 14 February 2012 Ado-Ekiti — Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has called on parents to prevent the devastating effect of polio on their children by ensuring that they are vaccinated against the disease.
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10 Ind. measles cases confirmed; 1 at SB Village

Click here 10 Ind. measles cases confirmed; 1 at SB Village Published: February 13, 2012 5:33 PM By The Associated Press (AP) -- Indiana health officials say the number of confirmed measles cases in central Indiana has grown to 10 children and adults.
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10 Indiana measles cases confirmed; 1 at Super Bowl Village

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana health officials say the number of confirmed measles cases in central Indiana has grown to 10 children and adults. The Indiana State Department of Health said Monday that all 10 people with the disease reside in Boone and ...
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MyFox Phoenix

Union warns parents of student with meningitis

Letter sent home to Jefferson Elementary parents warning that a student has been diagnosed with bacterial meningitis. By Joe Kelley Parents at Union's Jefferson Elementary were informed yesterday (Monday) that one of their students has been diagnosed ...
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Ending Pneumonia in Nigerian Will Fast Track MDG 4 - Paediatricians

Also known as pneumococcal disease, pneumonia can result in meningitis and severe pneumonia, leading to an estimated 14.5 million cases of serious illness ...

Some Parents in Queens Think Vaccinations Are Only for Heathen Children

... parents in Queens are asking a judge to nullify a law that would keep their children out of school if classmates are carrying communicable diseases such as measles, mumps, and chicken pox (which, to my daily mounting terror, I've never contracted).
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Love and Autism

The birds and bees are aging out of the nests and the hives. What next? Kim Stagliano is Managing Editor of Age of Autism. Her new novel, House of Cards; ...

Oklahoma City Sees Autism Population Triple in Schools AGE OF AUTISM

Managing Editor's Note: Anne Dachel is a tireless advocate for people with autism and Asperger's. Below is her comment. Please subscribe to her newsfeed at ...

10 infected with measles in central Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS | Ten central Indiana children and adults are infected with measles, including one who visited Indianapolis' Super Bowl Village on Feb. 3, the Indiana State Department of Health confirmed Monday. Measles is a highly contagious respiratory ...
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13 WTHR IndianapolisNoblesville Schools alert parents of possible measles case

Entertainment News from AP The school district said in a note to parents they received information that a student at Noblesville Intermediate School has symptoms that meet the health department's definition for measles. The child is not in school at ...
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Dr. Hanan Polansky on the Radio, Explains How Foreign DNA Fragments in ...

Dr. Hanan Polansky from the CBCD, used his discovery of microcompetition to explain the biological mechanism underlying the serious adverse events of Gardasil. In a recent radio interview, Dr. Hanan Polansky from the Center for the Biology of Chronic ...
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Children need immunisation

BY DEBORAH FIELD THE Sutherland Division of General Practice is reminding parents about changes to the family tax benefit part A supplement this year in which children must be fully immunised for parents to get the $726 benefit for each child.
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Building Problems Force Closures At Health Department & OLHSA

Livingston County Department of Public Health Director Ted Westmeier says that they anticipate re-opening their WIC and immunization clinics on Wednesday. However, he says there could still be some inconveniences including delays or lengthy waits.
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Protect Your Child and Prepare for 7th Grade Now

The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department is promoting Preteen Vaccine Week, February 12-18, 2012 as a statewide effort to remind families of preteens about recommended and required immunizations for 11- and 12-year-olds.
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Possible Measles Case Reported At Noblesville School

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- A student at Noblesville Middle School may have contracted the measles as part of a recent outbreak in central Indiana. School officials said the case has not been confirmed by a doctor, but that the child has exhibited symptoms of ...
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Appleton Schools, Health Officials Try to Get Handle on Whooping Cough

The number of cases of pertussis in the school district was up to 69 Monday, with a number of suspected cases still being tested. That's the largest outbreak to strike the city since 2004, when 91 cases were diagnosed. "What we know is that we're ...
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Campus flu count low this season

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, preventative measures should be taken as soon as possible including the flu shot vaccine. Posted: Monday, February 13, 2012 11:50 pm | Updated: 11:52 pm, Mon Feb 13, 2012.
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'Father of Paediatric Gastroenterology' Appealing To High Court ...

Dr. Andrew Wakefield's license was also confiscated by the authorities as he was also involved in spreading a wrong message about the MMR vaccine.

THV Extra at 10: Protecting yourself from hepatitis A

Hepatitis A attacks the liver...and the symptoms could resemble a stomach ache or food poisoning. Dr. Hopkins says, "In either adults or children, nausea, vomiting, fever, jaundice-which is yellowing of the skin." The vaccine is recommend for all kids ...
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4-month-old dies and parents believe they know why

A 4-month-old died over the weekend and his parents believe it's because he had meningitis. The infant's daycare, Blossom Childcare is now under investigation. The State Health Department is trying to determine whether the child actually had meningitis ...
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Importance of adult immunizations

Most people get this vaccine when they're young. While tetanus and diphtheria outbreaks are rare in the US, the Centers for Disease Control recommends a Td-booster for all adults every 10 years for life. Pertussis or whooping cough can be deadly, ...
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Today's THV

A Vaccine Against Salmonella?

Every year, about 40000 cases of salmonellosis are confirmed in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but because most cases not diagnosed and therefore not reported, the actual number of infections may be 1.2 million or ...
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BBMP spreads awareness on polio

BANGALORE: With regards to “Pulse Polio Programme” to be held on February 19 and April 1 under Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike, a cycle rally was organised.The programme was flagged off by Mayor Sharadamma. Around 60 cyclist left Madavan park around ...
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Whooping Cough Confirmed at Pennfield

By Tony Di Domizio Dr. Barbara Galloway, principal of Pennfield Middle School, has confirmed a ninth-grade student was diagnosed with pertussis, also known as whooping cough. There is a chance that students were exposed to whooping cough, according to ...
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Officials Now Say Meningitis Likely Didn't Kill MSU Student

Originally, it was believed Carly Glynn of Grand Rapids died of meningitis but this afternoon health officials announced they don't believe that's the case. While the health department originally thought it was meningitis now, they're not so sure.
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Why Are Officials Now Recommending HPV Vaccine for Boys?

If there were any doubt left that U.S. vaccine recommendations are excessive, officials are now promoting universal HPV vaccination for boys in order to prevent ...

Professor John Walker Smith Brings Appeal Against ... - Age of Autism

Today Professor John Walker-Smith begins his appeal against the General Medical Council's (GMC's) determination that he is guilty of serious professional misconduct and that he should lose his license to practice. The case is heard by ...

Northern Royal Fathers Meet In Kebbi Over Polio

Traditional Rulers from the 19 Northern States of Nigeria are to meet in Kebbi State to find ways of eradicating Polio in the concerned States. Speaking on the need for the meeting, the Executive Director, National Primary Health Care Development ...
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Leadership Newspapers

New case cripples anti-polio campaign

ISLAMABAD, Feb 13: Efforts of the “under performing” special polio cell of prime minister on Monday received another jolt within a span of one-and-a-half months as a new case of crippling disease surfaced in Khyber agency, Dawn has learnt.
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Nursing home group doesn't support mandatory flu vaccines for workers

The largest nursing home association in the country agrees that influenza vaccine should be offered to all healthcare workers but it stops short of endorsing a recommendation by a federal advisory panel that the vaccinations be mandatory.
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McKnight's Long Term Care News

It's almost Valentine's Day and for some people, it can be a stressful time.

An Ingham County Health Department spokesman says while meningitis is ... About 25 friends of Glynn and her family attended a candlelight vigil in ... See our makeover winner, Kimberly Myers, new look. Our Box Office Mom, Jackie Solberg, reviews "The ...
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New inquest into death after vaccine

THE NORTH'S Attorney General John Larkin has ordered a second inquest into the death of a 15-year-old schoolboy who died 10 days after having the measles and rubella (MR) vaccine. The original inquest into the death of Christopher Coulter from ...
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Mumps outbreak forces Gilbert students to stay home from school

GILBERT, AZ - Students at a Gilbert Elementary school have been forced to stay home after health officials confirmed an outbreak of mumps. A 4th grade student has tested positive for mumps. Health officials have told parents 19 students who have not ...
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Protecting Kids from HPV-related Cancers

Protect your kids from human papillomavirus (HPV)-related cancer and other diseases associated with HPV by giving them the complete 3 shots of HPV vaccine. No matter how busy parents are, they should take the time to get their children the life-saving ...
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Empowered News

Attorney for Prof. Walker-Smith: alleged link between MMR and ...

John Walker-Smith was a colleague of Andrew Wakefield, a co-author on the no-retracted 1998 Lancet paper and shared the same fate as Mr. Wakefield after the ...

students receiving measles vaccinations

The students received a measles vaccination at the St. Laurent school as part of a province-wide campaign targeting public and private schools. The impetus for the “catch-up” campaign was a big measles outbreak in the province last year – the largest ...
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MMR doctor seeks court ruling

He lost his license to practice along with Dr Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who triggered the global MMR vaccine scare. He is being supported by the parents ...

Preteen Vaccine Week: Feb. 12 to Feb. 18

Santa Barbara County - The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department is encouraging parents to have their children vaccinated with the Tdap shot as part of Preteen Vaccine Week from Feb. 12 to Feb. 18. PHD officials say for the 2012-13 school year ...
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Proposed US budget taps prevention funds, leans on user fees

Feb 13, 2012 (CIDRAP News) – The Obama administration today proposed a fiscal year 2013 budget that would use prevention funds to cover some preparedness and public health activities and count on user fees to support more of the US Food and Drug ...
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Keller parents warned of chickenpox case

JAMES KELLER - Parents with children at Timberview Middle School in Keller have been sent a letter warning about chickenpox. A parent notified the school that their child was diagnosed with it. Parents are being asked to keep close watch on their child ...
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Dr. Jason Eberhart-Phillips: What parents should know about HPV vaccine

None have triggered more controversy than Gardasil and Cervarix, the two vaccines approved to prevent cancers caused by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. Since October, federal authorities have recommended that all boys receive Gardasil at age 11 or 12 ...
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Measles cases up to 10 in Indiana

It is rare in the United States due to high levels of vaccination with the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine; however, unvaccinated visitors from other countries can transmit measles to unvaccinated people in the US, or unvaccinated US citizens ...
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Whooping Cough Confirmed at Montco School

Pennfield Middle School in Hatfield Township confirmed a case of Pertussis, better known as whooping cough. By David Chang The Cherry Hill School district confirmed two cases of pertussis at two elementary schools. Pennfield Middle School in Hatfield ...
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Watkins Encourages HPV Vaccine for Males and Females

... After years of championing mandatory HPV vaccinations for young women, ... The human pappilomavirus is linked to cervical cancer and the vaccine is ...

No more cases of meningitis reported so far

By JUSTINE FREDERIKSEN The Daily Journal About 40 people that likely had contact with a Ukiah toddler recently diagnosed with bacterial meningitis were notified and treated with antibiotics, Mendocino County Public Health Nurse Erika Nosera said.
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Bangladesh vaccinates 22 million children against polio

Bangladesh vaccinated an estimated 22 million children under the age of five during its 20th immunization drive against polio. Sayed Abu Jafar Mohammad Musa, Bangladesh's director of primary health, said that the country was expecting 100 percent ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

In Niger, working to reach every child in the fight against polio

By Véronique Mistycki KAOURA ALLASSAN, Niger, 13 February 2012 – February 4 saw the launch of a three-day polio immunization campaign, known as Subnational Immunization Days. Children in 21 districts were targeted for vaccination against the paralyzing ...
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UNICEF (press release)

Ekiti is polio free, says Fayemi

By Our Reporter 5 minutes ago Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has declared the state free of polio virus. He, however, lamented that some northern states still harbour the deadly paralytic virus. Speaking at the Fajuyi Memorial Park, Ado Ekiti, ...
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Elechi worried over polio virus

By Ogbonnaya Obinna, Abakaliki 1 minute ago Ebonyi State Governor Martin Elechi is worried over new cases of transmission of the wild polio virus in the country. Elechi, who was represented by Deputy Governor Dave Umahi, spoke during the third ...
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'End Polio Now' road show comes to a close

KOCHI: The nationwide 'End Polio Now' campaign conducted by six Rotarians to spread the message of polio eradication concluded here on Sunday. The Rotarians who started from Coimbatore on Sunday morning were ushered into the city by a motorcade of 50 ...
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Bristol-Myers closes on Inhibitex purchase

Last month, Bristol-Myers CEO Lamberto Andreotti said his company has four experimental hepatitis C drugs in development that could be a big improvement over the pills-and-shots regimen. The Bristol compounds might also be combined with those of ...
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More cases of meningitis reported in Mendocino County

By RANDI ROSSMANN Mendocino County public health officials said Monday there have additional reports of bacterial meningitis since a Ukiah toddler was diagnosed last week with the potentially deadly disease. The three-year-old boy was flown to Oakland ...
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Ending pneumonia will reduce infant mortality

Also known as Pneumococcal disease, according to experts, it can result in ... 19 per cent of all pneumococcal deaths under five years of age occurred.

LiveU | The HPV Vaccine: Not Just for Women Anymore

The HPV Vaccine: Not Just for Women Anymore. February 13, 2012 / See the full lists of posts from Recharge. It seems we're constantly hearing something about HPV, but do we know what HPV really is and how it affects us? HPV stands for ...

WHO at Hazaribag hospital

HAZARIBAG: A probe team headed by Dr Gyan from World Health organization (WHO) and Hazaribag RCH Dr Sanjay Jaiswal visited Barhi on Monday to inquire into the recovery of vaccines and vials of distilled water meant for eradication of measles.
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Pertussis cases confirmed in Jefferson County; health department urges ...

By Allison Arthur of the Leader Three lab-confirmed cases of pertussis in Jefferson County in the last few days have prompted Jefferson County Health Department Director Jean Baldwin to voice a “worry.” “Call it a worry at this point to have three so ...
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I am a 26-year-old woman who has never had chickenpox. Should I avoid her? A Shingles is caused by herpes zoster which is the same virus that causes chickenpox. After an attack of chickenpox the virus can lie dormant in the nerve cells of the spinal ...
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Get GARDASIL | Student Life

Getting any sexually transmitted disease is a terrifying thought for most. The fact that some strains may go on to cause even more life threatening ...

Quality is key in having healthy vaccine market

Our focus now is on pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines because these haven't been rolled out yet. These two are large killers of children. It's a goal; in a place like India, we are working with the government and trying to help them introduce ...
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Call to make Rotavirus vaccine must

Passing recommendations based on 43 regional studies over the past 10 years, health authorities are calling for inclusion of the Rotavirus vaccine in the national immunisation schedule. Currently, the vaccination is optional and available in the ...
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