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Daily News 2012-04-10

VN links Current thoughts on vaccines – by Bill Sardi (Knowledge of Health) by The Refusers

Measles Outbreaks Centered in the Vaccinated: Studies Show Vaccine Is Ineffective – Gaia Health by The Refusers

Vaccine injury autism intrudes on vaccine propaganda planning session by The Refusers

Experts call WHO & Bill Gates Foundation’s role in India’s polio eradication campaign unethical – Pharmabiz
by The Refusers

A recurring vaccine error puts infants at risk

Tics and Toxins: The Crazy History of Conversion Disorder by Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill - Age of Autism

Looming? The Autism Crisis is Here. by Anne Dachel - Age of Autism

Vaccine Recalls by Catherine J. Frompovich - Vactruth

Leading Global Health Expert Dr. Adel A.F. Mahmoud Joins IAVI Board of Directors "A leader in infectious disease, vaccine research and global health, Dr. Mahmoud currently holds joint appointments at Princeton University at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and at the Department of Molecular Biology. During his tenure as President of Merck Vaccines, Dr. Mahmoud led efforts to develop and launch four vaccines, including vaccines against shingles and human papillomavirus (HPV), the combination vaccine against measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (MMR), and the rotavirus vaccine."

Parents of baby girl who was a victim of flu vaccine debacle suing State Government - THE parents of a baby girl who was a victim of last year's flu vaccine debacle are suing the State Government in a potential multimillion-dollar damages claim.

Whooping Cough Vaccine – Doesn’t Work – GSK Says “We Never Bothered to Check”
by ChildHealthSafety 

Vaccine has victim's own body attack cancer cells - Human tests underway

Vaccine Exemptions Under Dire Threat

Universal Cancer Vaccine Passes 1st Trial

Politics, marketing backlash behind public's reluctance to accept HPV vaccine

NJ – The Dirty State

CDC Vaccine Price List - Prices last reviewed/updated: April 10, 2012

Provenge And The Immunodepletion Theory: The Facts

Scientists develop vaccine that trains cells to kill cancer

State immunization rules: Time to take their shots

Does your kid need updated vaccines for school? Get them for free this week

New immunization required for MS 7th graders

School districts scrambling to get students vaccinated

Multifaceted approach to vaccine implementation needed

Lab Notes: HCV Vaccine on the Horizon - HCV Vaccine Possibly Within Reach

Give jabs to men in morning, women in afternoon: study

Oklahoma Caring Van offers free vaccinations for school-age children

Pharmaceutical Companies’ Role in State Vaccination Policymaking: The Case of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination

New Paper – Polio Vaccine – Disease Caused by Vaccine Twice As Fatal – Third World Duped – Scarce Money Wasted – Polio Eradication Impossible by ChildHealthSafety 

India strengthening clinical trial regulatory capacity, gov says - The Indian regulator is adding staff and strengthening infrastructure to enforce its new clinical trial guidelines, a government minister said.

How the Medical Profession Covered Up Vaccine Injuries and Called it ‘Child Abuse’ by Christina England - Vactruth

After $1 billion, experts see progress on autism's causes

Next-Generation Vaccines: Tricking The Immune System

Reporting Vaccination Harassment, Discrimination and Coercion Incidents

Autism awareness: Southland moms share stories about fears, funding, support and success

It's time for a register of interests for science academics - Researchers can be as transparent about who funded their work as chefs are about rats behind the fridge, says Brian Deer

From a Failed Vaccine, New Insights Into Fighting HIV - Scientists are sifting the data to see what elements of RV144 inoculation worked

Gulf War illness symptoms persist, new imaging shows

Shingles Also called: Herpes zoster, Postherpetic neuralgia

Mid-Columbia adults, kids in urged to get whooping cough vaccinations

A (H1N1)flu: Health staff vaccinated

Home hit by seventh death in flu outbreak

Beware of Skin Lotions Tainted With Mercury

A shingles jab... but only if you can afford £100

Ostaszewski: Science: a study in vexation

Scott signs vaccination, public hospitals bills

Injectibles should replace oral polio vaccinations: T Jacob John - Interview with Member, WHO Committee on Global Polio Eradication 

Pharmacists allowed to give some vaccinations

Pertussis vaccination your ticket into army of protectors

Uganda: IPU Demands Free Vaccines and Medicines for Women

Vaccines to be procured for checking A (H1N1)

Giving flu jabs in the morning for men could increase immunity - Giving flu jabs to men in the morning and to women in the afternoon can boost their immunity against disease, research has suggested.

Pertussis vaccination your ticket into army of protectors

Discovery could lead to 'next-gen' vaccines 

PloS ONE publishes research on GenVec's new vaccine vectors

Dipping my toe into a controversial topic--vaccines

Half of cancers preventable: Study

CDC Office for Public Health Preparedness and Response (PHPR) - Welcome to CDC’s Office for Public Health Preparedness and Response (PHPR) LinkedIn group. We are proud to be the first official LinkedIn group for CDC.

School districts scrambling to get students vaccinated

Keep illness at bay - Preventive health check-ups work because they make you aware of your health profile

Calif. Gov’s Clemency to Woman in Shaken-Baby Case Ends 9th Circuit’s Legal Battle with Supremes

Clemency Granted for Shirley Smith

For the Public's Health: Investing in a Healthier Future

Mutations behind flu spread revealed - Details of one of two controversial mutant flu papers discussed in London.

Will Stanislaw Burzynski slither away from justice again?

Family Commences Civil Action Against First Student for Assault of Autistic Child - Age of Autism

'This could cut off some of the students' - A proposed redefinition worries Maine parents of higher-functioning autistic kids.

The Hidden Trigger to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's That 75% of People Carry by Dr. Mercola

Pines Academy School closed all week due to whooping cough

PINESDALE- The Pines Academy in Pinesdale will be closed all this week because of a Pertussis outbreak. School officials tell Montana's News Station that a mother notified the school last week that her children tested positive for whooping cough.
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Baby rotavirus vaccine bill should be covered

By paying for the vaccine for all babies, there would be less illness spread among babies attending daycare or play groups, Gans said. Nova Scotia currently does not pay for rotavirus vaccination. The Canadian Centre for Vaccinology and Capitol Health ...
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HPV Vaccine Side Effects Not Serious in Young Women

Younger girls are more likely than adult women to report side effects after receiving the quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine (Gardasil), but the side effects are non-serious, according to a study published online Jan. 9 in the Journal of Women's ...
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Pixie Lott lends a hand to campaign for brave boy

By MATT QUINTON STARS are showing their support for a boy of three who lost his legs to meningitis — writing his name on their hands to raise money to give him new ones. The campaign to help Luca Williams is being supported by celebs including singer ...
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The Sun

Teenager parachutes in memory of cousin

A TEENAGER from Northamptonshire is to jump from an aeroplane as soon as she is legally able in memory of her cousin who died from meningitis. Aby Williamson, aged 15, from West Haddon, decided she wanted to do something spectacular in memory of her ...
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Northampton Chronicle & Echo

Province announces HPV vaccination program

The provincial government has announced a one-time HPV vaccination program for women born in 1991, '92, and '93.The human papilloma virus vaccine protects them from cervical cancer.The province has been offering a school-based HPV vaccination program ...
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Advaxis Announces Presentations at World Vaccine Congress 2012

Dr. John Rothman will be presenting at the World Vaccine Partnering Congress on Tuesday, April 10 at 1:40pm EST. His oral presentation will address cancer vaccines, specifically ADXS-HPV, which is currently in Phase 2 trials for HPV-related diseases, ...
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The pattern and predictors of mortality of HIV/AIDS patients with neurologic ...

Causes of neurological manifestation were: cerebral toxoplasmosis (36.6%), tuberculous meningitis (22.5%), cryptococcal meningitis (22.2%) and bacterial meningitis (6.9%). HIV-encephalopathy, primary central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma and ...
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Tiffany Thornton: "I'm So Excited To Be A Mom"

The mom-to-be also shares her health scare with Meningitis and her upcoming concert "to help raise awareness about the disease and the availability of the meningitis vaccine." CBS: Tell us all about your upcoming concert to raise awareness about ...
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Nigerian officials want polio vaccination made compulsory by law -paper

A local health worker carries vaccination kits into a vehicle at a distribution centre ahead of the start of a nationwide polio immunization campaign on Wednesday, in Lagos February 21, 2011. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye By George Fominyen DAKAR ...
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EARNINGS PREVIEW: US Drug Makers' Patent Cliff To Dominate 1Q

Companies are vying to bring treatments to market in anticipated growth areas such as diabetes, hepatitis C and weight loss, as well as taking steps into targeted treatments--sometimes referred to as personalized medicine--as opposed to their ...
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New program aims to "cocoon" against whooping cough

APPLETON - The pertussis outbreak in Appleton that began last year continues to grow. Now a new program aims to help protect those most vulnerable to the disease. Appleton Health Officer Kurt Eggebrecht says the disease commonly known as whooping cough ...
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Why vaccine scares could become more common

Scientists worry about vaccine scares because when vaccination rates drop, preventable diseases such as measles and whooping cough can make a comeback. By Rachael Rettner, MyHealthNewsDailyTue, Apr 10 2012 at 11:55 AM EST Vaccine scares, ...
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Mother Nature Network

Measles vaccine poses no seizure risk for older children

Vaccination with combination measles-mumps rubella-varicella (MMRV) vaccine or separate measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) and varicella vaccines does not increase the risk for febrile seizures among 4- to 6-year-olds, results of a large cohort study indicate ...
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What the St. Lawrence County Board of Legislators Did

Authorized the chairwoman to sign a contract for the Public Health Department's integrated cancer services program. Authorized the chairwoman to sign a contract grant for the Public Health Department's immunization action plan program.
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The Spectrum Group(Tempe, AZ) Partners With Biogal-Galed Labs to Distribute ...

"We, as pet advocates and partners with the veterinary, rescue and boarding communities see this as an ideal opportunity to provide the industry with a product that can assist in reducing over-vaccination of dogs and potential adverse reactions" said ...
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1952: Council promises no tax hike

A case of smallpox reported in Matsqui proved fatal. More than 600 Langley residents were inoculated against the disease by the Medical Health Officer. . Piles of sand were placed at strategic locations throughout the municipality.
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Project Is Helping Physicians Fight Immunization Pushback -- AAFP ...

To prepare physicians-in-training to deal with immunization pushback from parents and others, the California AFP and other partners have lent their support to the American Academy of Pediatrics, California, to help develop and distribute a vaccine safety communication curriculum ... By identifying gaps in vaccine safety communication training for medical residents, the groups hoped to combat negative vaccine messages and increase the number of people getting vaccinated. Luther ...
AAFP News Now

A recurring vaccine error puts infants at risk

Infants should be getting avaccine called "DTaP" or diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis, which protects against three diseases. Older children and adults get a booster shot of "Tdap" or tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis once and ...
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Measles warning

mmrNHS SHETLAND has renewed its call for teenagers and young people to be vaccinated against the threat of measles, one of the most highly infectious diseases. Dr Susan Laidlaw said that although there had not been any cases of measles in Shetland for ...
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All children to be covered under Pulse polio programme on 15th April : ADC Chander

By Harish K. Monga FEROZEPUR : On 15th April, under the National Polio Eradication Programme started in the country in 1995, to eradicate polio, the children 0-5 years will be given oral polio vaccine on the specified day. A meeting of District Task ...
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Tics and Toxins: The Crazy History of Conversion Disorder

Based on his write-up of the case -- "Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of ... in our book “The Age of Autism – Mercury, Medicine, and a Man-made Epidemic.

Myths related to OPV and Dr Shakil Afridi

By Dr. Saif Ur Rehman - Apr 10th, 2012 (No Comment) Over 200 polio cases were officially reported during 2011, and this year in 2012, it is going to be even worse despite some precautionary measures are being taken. There are so many factors ...
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News Tribe (blog)

Move to criminalise rejection of polio vaccines gains support

THE apathy and misunderstanding of the objectives of the anti-polio campaign is gradually giving way to a well-co-ordinated assault on the childhood disease. States and traditional rulers, who earlier opposed the exercise over fears of foreign powers' ...
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Sokoto Records Two New Cases of Polio

Two new cases of Type 1 Wild Polio Virus were last week recorded in the Sokoto South and North Local Government Areas of Sokoto State. Alhaji Ibrahim Jibril, the Special Adviser to Governor Aliyu Wamakko, on Primary Health Care, disclosed this in ...
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Newborn, pertussis and sodium ascorbate - any info would be appreciated.

I need info on dosing a 15 day old newborn (wish I was saying a something-month-old) :( We very unfortunately suspect early stages of pertussis (catarrhal stage)... Partner of the girl next to me in the hospital room had it and he was coughing ...
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DR Andrew Wakefield « vaccinequestions

Dr Andrew Wakefield is a trained physician and surgeon. By 2007 he had published about 140 original medical papers. In the 90′s he and his colleagues ...

Daring duo take on trek

Tracy raising money for the Meningitis Trust and Debbie for Guide Dogs for the Blind. For Tracy it will be her second marathon and forms part of her training for an ironman triathlon race in Frankfurt later this year where a marathon will form the ...
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Medigene presents preclinical AAVLP data at the World Vaccine Congress

The data show that vaccination of mice with an AAVLP vaccine carrying HPV L2 epitopes at two surface sites induces cross-neutralizing antibodies active against several HPV types, and provides stable protection against vaginal HPV challenge over three ...
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GCHD ready for next step

That includes mammogram programs, public health emergency preparedness, tuberculosis services, community health nursing, STD/HIV services and the relocation of the Texas City WIC and immunization sites to the new building. Also included in the second ...
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Health, human and veteran services offer annual reports

Public health gave 1250 doses of general immunizations to 925 people at 75 clinics during 2011. Another 788 people received vaccinations at 11 seasonal flu clinics. Public health attributes a decline in their seasonal flu clinic use to the wide ...
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Mandating vaccinations not black and white

Being a teenage girl, it is hard to not hear the hype about Gardasil and other ... In addition, many mandates for the HPV vaccine, such as Rick Perry's ...

Take precautions, get a free flu vaccination

By Kaitlyn Offer, Midland-Kalamunda Reporter RESIDENTS are being urged to take advantage of a free flu vaccine available under the National Immunisation Program. People eligible for the free flu shot include pregnant women, people older than 65, ...
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Preteens Report HPV Vaccine Side Effects, But Inoculation Still ...

Pre-teen girls are more likely to suffer side effects from the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine than older teens, a new study suggests. But researchers say the ...

POLICY: Should the HPV Vaccine Be Required? | The Cornell Daily ...

The debate over the HPV vaccine is about to get a lot more heated. The Human Papillomavirus, or HPV as it is fondly called, is the most common sexually ...

Confirmed cases of pertussis in county now at 21

By Chris McGuinness Seven cases of pertussis were confirmed by the Bell County Public Health District, officials announced Monday. Lacey Sanders , a disease surveillance coordinator for the health district, said the number of laboratory-confirmed cases ...
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Dr Andrew Wakefield reveals real story behind vaccines autism and more

(NaturalNews) In an interview on The Robert Scott Bell Show, Dr. Andrew Wakefield talks about vaccines and autism, the MMR vaccine, the General Medical ...

Dr Andrew Wakefield reveals real story behind vaccines autism and ...

Dr. Andrew Wakefield reveals real story behind vaccines, autism and more: In an interview on The Robert Scott Bell Show, Dr. Andrew Wakefield talks about ...

Dr Andrew Wakefield reveals real story behind vaccines autism and ...

In an interview on The Robert Scott Bell Show Dr Andrew Wakefield talks about vaccines and autism the MMR vaccine the General Medical Council's case against ...

Bara children's vaccination Centre wants KP to enforce court orders

In a letter sent on Monday, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Polio Eradication Shahnaz Wazir Ali told Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti that the federal government appreciated PHC CJ Dost Mohammad Khan for taking a suo ...
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Stephanie McIntosh is over Rob - and a health scare

But the relationship fizzled after McIntosh was in hospital with viral meningitis. "I ended up spending the night on the bathroom floor, with violent nausea, pain in my neck, an out-of-control fever and an excruciating headache that felt like a metal ...
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Central York School District contacting parents of 134 students without ...

The new regulations for the 2011-12 school year require students in seventh grade to receive the meningococcal conjugate vaccine, which protects against meningitis, and a dose of the tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis vaccine (Tdap), ...
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HPV vaccine bill is wrong

A South Carolina House panel has passed a bill that would give free vaccines to sixth-grade girls to prevent them from getting a sexually transmitted disease that would cause cancer. State Rep. Bakari Sellers is quoted in the March 30 issue of The ...
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Flu outbreak closes access at Seton Coastside

An outbreak of vaccine-resistant flu has led Seton Medical Center Coastside in Moss Beach to stop admitting new patients out of concern that the virus could spread. The Coastside's only emergency health center has been deferring patients to other ...
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The race to get rainforest frogs into arks

But a fungus dubbed "the amphibian smallpox" is making many species extinct. So scientists are mounting a rescue operation. It's the middle of the night in the rainforests of central Panama. Biologist Brian Gratwicke slogs through a stream with a group ...
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BBC News

Get babies immunised

One included a vaccination against pneumococcal disease. Initially, she was reluctant to subject her baby to more than what was required under the National Immunisation Programme. However, when she researched on pneumococcal disease, she realised that ...
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New Straits Times

Vaccines group gets cut-price GSK, Merck rotavirus shots

Because rotavirus-related diarrhoea kills more than 500000 children a year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended in 2009 that all countries should include rotavirus vaccines in national immunisation programmes, but many developing countries ...
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Autism may be linked to obesity during pregnancy

Christine: Wkaefield was proven to have falsified his "study" in support of a lawsuit agianst a vaccine manufacturer. His irresponsible and illegal act ...

Deciding whether to opt out of vaccinations

By Joan Early - bio | email Outbreaks of the measles are on the rise not only in Europe but in the US as well. At the Super Bowl this year, 14 people were diagnosed with the measles after encountering two infected people at Super Bowl Village.
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PHC CJ orders special drive in Khyber Agency

PESHAWAR: Peshawar High Court (PHC) Chief Justice Dost Muhammad Khan on Monday directed Khyber Agency's political agent to run an extensive 25-day special anti-polio campaign and ensure administering drops to every child living in the tribal region as ...
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Vaccines group gets cut-price GSK, Merck rotavirus shots

The WHO says vaccination is one of the most cost-effective public health measures. It estimates that 2 to 3 million deaths are averted each year with Immunization. GAVI had previously been struggling to get enough donor funding to sustain its programs, ...
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Pediatricians Fight For the Herd

Pediatricians now stand at the front lines of this ongoing battle between the best interests of public health and personal ethics. “Every parent is different and it's just simply wrong to approach all of these vaccine-resistant parents with a broad ...
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Pertussis cases close Pinesdale School

Numerous Pertussis cases in the Pinesdale area of Ravalli County forced school officials to close school Monday. Ravalli County Public Health Director Judy Griffin says they have five confirmed cases of whooping cough. Pertussis is a bacterial disease ...
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No Seizure Risk From Measles Vaccine in Older Children

The vaccine — which combines the shot for measles, mumps and rubella, or MMR, with the vaccine for varicella, or chickenpox — is given to children in two steps, first as toddlers and then again between ages 4 and 6. Concerns were raised several years ...
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New York Times (blog)

New Law Provides Expanded Access To Pneumonia And Shingles Vaccinations

Pharmacists already have the authority to give flu shots. The Florida Pharmacy Association believes more Floridians will get vaccinated against shingles and pneumonia if they can get the shot at their local drug stores. It's estimated one in three ...
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First Coast News

H1N1 cases in India sparking media hype

... catching the attention of public health officials and vaccine makers, according to several media reports. Global health monitoring has not suggested an unusual spike in flu activity in India. The most recent report for India in the World Health ...
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Study: Swine flu vaccine heightens risk of narcolepsy

New scientific studies performed in Finland appear to suggest that there may be a link between the swine flu's Panemrix vaccine and an increase in diagnosis of narcolepsy, a condition affecting one's sleep patterns and causing temporary paralysis.
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Tending a Sick Comrade Has Benefits for Ants

The ants' behavior resembles an old pattern among humans in Africa, in which the scabs of a smallpox victim were rubbed into an open cut on a healthy person as a form of immunization. (Today, vaccines use dead or inactive strains of a virus.) ...
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Summer diseases take their toll of Kochi

Adequate quantity of medicines for summer diseases including H1N1, rat fever, jaundice, chickenpox, and diarrhoea, Sudhakaran said, have been stocked in all government hospitals and primary health centres. “Our field staff conducts regular awareness ...
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Childhood Diseases on the Rise

Measles, mumps, whooping cough: all diseases nearly eradicated that Arkansas health officials now say are on the rise again. For example, in 2003, there were zero cases of mumps. By 2010, there were five cases. In 2003, there were 92 cases of whooping ...
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More Than 20 Cases Of Whooping Cough Now Confirmed Here

Pertussis, which is caused by bacteria that infect the mouth, nose and throat, is spread through the air by coughing. In adults and older children, the disease is usually mild, health officials said, but it often causes serious problems in infants ...
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Whooping cough hits Chelan-Douglas

By KC Mehaffey EAST WENATCHEE — Three cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, have been confirmed in Chelan and Douglas counties since last week, prompting local health officials to alert the public. “With the epidemic in much of the state, ...
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Infants need immunization against life-threatening diseases

"They not only help protect vaccinated individuals, but also help protect entire communities by preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases," Dale said. The diseases are still in circulation, but since they are rare in the United States, ...
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Q&A: Can I Get the Flu From a Flu Shot?

by Kirstin Hendrickson Question: I once got a flu shot and then came down with the flu afterward. Now I won't get the shot anymore. Why did the shot give me the flu? Answer: First and foremost, it's not possible to get the flu from a flu shot.
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You're fired!

Indian medical volunteer administers a dose of Polio immunization to a child at a slum area in Hyderabad, India, Sunday, Feb.19, 2012. India celebrated a full year since its last reported case of polio last month, a major victory in a global ...
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Charlotte Observer

The United States and Brazil: Health Cooperation

President Obama and President Rousseff are united in their desire to strengthen public health systems and to advance science and technology research, both in their own countries and around the world. For several decades the United States and Brazil ...
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Govt urged to drop HPV vaccine plan The Nation

Govt urged to drop HPV vaccine plan. Health experts have opposed the government's plan to add the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine to the national ...

7 More Cases of Whooping Cough Reported in Bell County

BELL COUNTY (KCEN)- Seven more cases of pertussis (more commonly known as whooping cough) have been reported in Bell County, bringing a total of 21 confirmed reports. Bell County Public Health District tells KCEN HD that there is two confirmed and one ...
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