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Daily News 2013-09-12

 

The Know Your Rights Hour - Dr.-Attorney Mayer Eisenstein, Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, and special guest Dr. Sherri Tenpenny as they discuss UNICEF's criticism of anti-vaccine groups on social media

Young woman tells of horrific, debilitating health issues she now faces in years following Gardasil vaccination

The Dark Side of Gardasil - SaneVax

20 Years of Success - CDC Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Vaccines for Children Program

Big Measles Outbreaks Worry Federal Health Officials

271 vaccines for cancer and infectious diseases being developed in USA

Novel vaccine reduces shedding of genital herpes virus

Study Findings on DNA Vaccines Are Outlined in Reports from Theodor Bilharz Research Institute

OHSU vaccine can get rid of AIDS-causing virus in monkeys

Novavax Reports Positive Findings from RSV F Nanoparticle Vaccine Studies at 53rd ICAAC - Novavax, Inc. a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company creating novel recombinant nanoparticle vaccines and vaccine adjuvants, today reported positive findings from recent clinical and preclinical studies of its respiratory syncytial virus F-protein (RSV F) nanoparticle vaccine candidate in poster sessions at the 53rd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) in Denver, Colorado.

African Children Paralyzed After Receiving Vaccine (Press for truth) (video)

Early-phase HIV vaccines advance on positive data


Harvard’s New Melanoma Vaccine Tech Enters Ph I Trial - A new implantable melanoma vaccine has entered Phase I trials thanks to the efforts of a cross-disciplinary team of engineers, scientists and clinicians from Harvard University and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

CDC: Vaccine "philosophical differences" driving up U.S. measles rates (video)

CDC notes solid childhood vaccine coverage, measles concerns

Measles — United States, January 1–August 24, 2013

Notes from the Field: Measles Outbreak Associated with a Traveler Returning from India — North Carolina, April–May 2013

Influenza Vaccination Practices of Physicians and Caregivers of Children with Neurologic and Neurodevelopmental Conditions — United States, 2011–12 Influenza Season

National, State, and Local Area Vaccination Coverage Among Children Aged 19–35 Months — United States, 2012

Fraser Health ramps up measles awareness in Chilliwack

Study Results from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in the Area of DNA Vaccines Reported

Influenza vaccinations available at the Newton County Health Department

Vaccine coverage rates high as VFC program celebrates 20 years

Comparison of Provisional with Final Notifiable Disease Case Counts — National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System, 2009

Board of Health Offers Seasonal Flu and Pneumococcal Vaccinations

Flu vaccines now available at Columbus health department

New flu vaccines available, doctors explain the big picture (video)

Is the pharmaceutical industry like the mafia? British Medical Journal by The Refusers

News Scan for Sep 12, 2013 - Dengue cases in Florida; Health departments and the recession; European foodborne disease; C diff, MRSA treatments

CDC: Latest cyclosporiasis cases may not be linked to Midwest outbreak

Glaxo’s Drug Approvals Boost Morale as China Probe Drags

Mercury pollution research - Science departments collaborate to fire mercury pollutants

5-fold increase in ADHD medication use in children and adolescents

NIH scientists pursue new therapies to improve rare disease drug development

Drugmakers And Pharmacists Sue Maine Over Importation Law by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

 

Cantt civilians resent no ownership rights

Continuing its efforts for eradication of polio, Health Department is holding a pulse polio campaign especially for families migrated here. This migratory pulse polio round would be held from September 15-17.

First Case of Rabies Reported in Wild Animal in Interior Alaska

The wolf was shot by a trapper after it approached him near Chandalar Lake, about 185 miles north of Fairbanks, according to Alaska Department of Fish and Game spokeswoman Cathie Harms. It's unusual for wolves to approach humans, but animals ...

Swiss Medica Treats Autism with Stem Cell Therapy

Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/12/2013 -- It has been discovered that vaccinations containing mercury (measles, mumps and rubella), anti-depressants during pregnancy, pesticides and heavy metals have an association with this disorder. How Is Autism Treated?

Salvation Army Announces Angel Tree Application Dates For Fayette County

Lexington - The Salvation Army counts it a privilege to help struggling parents/guardians put gifts under the Christmas Tree. Applications for The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program (for Fayette County residents) will take place at The Salvation Army, 736 W.

Four new rabies cases confirmed in ferret-badgers

Vaccinations of dogs and cats are continuing across the island, the center said, urging dog and cat owners to get their pets vaccinated if they are aged over three months old and not to allow those younger than that to be in contact with wild animals.

Pulse polio campaign from September 15

Continuing its efforts for eradication of polio, Health Department is holding a pulse polio campaign especially for families migrated here. This migratory pulse polio round would be held from September 15-17. Barnala district has a migratory ...

Variety of flu vaccines this year across nation

At least 154 children died of the flu last season, according to the CDC. Most weren’t vaccinated. And nearly half of those who died had no underlying condition to put their doctors or parents on alert, says H. Cody Meissner, who heads the ...

Childhood Vaccination Rates Good, But Measles Cases Hit Record High

It’s been 20 years since the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program provided free immunizations to all US youngsters. How well has the program done? In the latest report card on childhood vaccination rates, the Centers for Disease Control says national ...

Childhood Vaccination Rates Good, But Measles Cases Hit Record High

It’s been 20 years since the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program provided free immunizations ... and the high coverage we see is why most vaccine preventable diseases are at record low levels,” Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of the CDC’s National ...

Dr. Peter Hotez, Others Agree Vaccine For MERS Novel Coronavirus Unlikely In The Near Term

Most people who have been confirmed to have MERS-CoV infection developed severe acute respiratory illness characterized ... Endowed Chair of Tropical Pediatrics at Texas Children’s Hospital, heads the Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine ...

Dr. Peter Hotez, Others Agree Vaccine For MERS Novel Coronavirus Unlikely In The Near Term

Dr. Hotez is also President of the Sabin Vaccine Institute (Sabin), a Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology & Microbiology and Chief of the Section of Pediatric Tropical ... of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes ...

Vaccine coverage rates high as VFC program celebrates 20 years

diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine and Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccines. The childhood vaccination coverage remains near or above target levels for three or more doses of poliovirus vaccine (92.8%); at least one ...

Measles outbreak largest since 1996

The United States is experiencing the biggest outbreak of measles since 1996 ... but we are in the midst of an outbreak in New York City, North Carolina and Texas. Measles is still prevalent in other parts of the world, and travelers, who ...

Measles outbreak largest since 1996

The United States is experiencing the biggest outbreak of measles since 1996. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is worried that too many children are not protected. Dr. Jane Seward, Deputy Director of the CDC's Division of Viral ...

Vaccine coverage rates high as VFC program celebrates 20 years

Schuchat said the origins of the VFC program compared with the current ... vaccination coverage among children aged 19 to 35 months continues to be near or above the Healthy People 2020 target, defined as 90% for measles-mumps-rubella, poliovirus ...

Record Year for Measles Expected over Vaccine Fears

Measles was declared eliminated from the United States in 2000 ... 159 cases of measles were reported in 16 states, with three outbreaks accounting for most of cases: outbreaks in New York City (58 cases), North Carolina (23 cases) and Texas (21 cases).

Record Year for Measles Expected over Vaccine Fears

Measles was declared eliminated from the United States in 2000, but anti-vaccination beliefs may be playing a role in bringing the disease back, a new government report suggests. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention investigated more than a ...

PCV13 affects resistance patterns of S. pneumoniae

Researchers found that, from 2011 to 2012, 5.1% of isolates were covered by the 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (Prevnar 7, Pfizer), 24.1% by the 10-valent pneumococcal non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae protein D conjugate vaccine, and 44.3% by ...

Three arrested

Lack of anti-rabies vaccine has forced people to travel to Mission Hospital in Chaurjahari, Rukum. Polygamous man held RAMECHHAP: Police arrested a newly-wed couple for polygamy from Manthali, Ramechhap district on Thursday. Ram Bahadur Thapa of ...

Measles Outbreak: U.S. Heads Toward Worst Rush in 15 Years Because of Refusal to Vaccinate

Researchers believe this year will be the worst for cases of the measles in more than a decade, CNN reported. According to data released Thursday by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there have been 159 cases of the measles ...

ASK DR. PETERS: Understanding new pneumonia vaccine guidelines

In the history of medicine, prior to the advent of antibiotics, pneumonia was a killer and was once called, "Old Man's Disease." The human life expectancy in the 1800s was 40 years, and the NO. 1 killer was pneumonia. Pneumonia is an infection ...

How much do medical providers really know about HPV vaccines?

The goal of a recent study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health was to provide more information about the factors that affect the delivery of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines, as well as the level of knowledge of health providers ...

Girl Catches Rare Virus While Trying To Save Drowning Kitten

Who knew rescuing a kitten could be so damaging to one's health. A teenager in the Netherlands has found out the hard way. A 17-year-old rescued a drowning kitten from a ditch developed a large, blackened open wound on her wrist. It took several weeks for ...

India's Polio Programme Praised By WHO

Though the WHO took India off the list of polio endemic countries in February 2012, it will declare it "polio free" only if no fresh case is reported for the next one year. India reported the last wild polio virus type 1 case in Howrah ...

Big Measles Outbreaks Worry Federal Health Officials

“The increase in measles cases in the United States in 2013 serves as a reminder that imported measles cases can result in large outbreaks, particularly if introduced into areas with pockets of unvaccinated persons,” researchers wrote. All of the ...

Health Department issues bat alert: Here's what to do

More than a dozen people in Kenton County have undergone rabies vaccinations this summer because of exposure to bats – four times the usual number – and the Northern Kentucky Health Department issued an advisory on Wednesday urging that ...

Community Calendar: Fashion show for eating disorders clinic

The Project True fashion show is at Heritage Hall from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. For more information, visit projecttrue.com. The REAL Women of Eastside Fitness are holding a fundraising party at East Side Craft House and Liquor Store, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. The ...

Novel Meningitis Vaccine Proves to be a Blessing

A new vaccine being rolled out in the "meningitis belt" that stretches across north-central Africa has reduced cases of the potentially fatal disease by 94 percent, doctors said. Researchers monitored the spread of type A meningococcal disease in Chad ...

Antibodies in HIV-1 Vaccine Development and Therapy

Moreover, the success of passive immunotherapy in small-animal models suggests that bNAbs may become a valuable addition to the armamentarium of drugs that work against HIV-1.

U.S. measles tally already among worst in 15 years

ATLANTA - Health officials say 2013 already is one of the worst years for measles in more than 15 years. Before a vaccine became available about 50 years ago, nearly all children got measles by their 15th birthday. In those days, nearly 500 Americans died ...

HIV-like virus in monkey cured by experimental vaccine

Nine out of 16 monkeys infected with SIV respond favorably to vaccine A vaccine for the primate equivalent of HIV appears to eradicate the virus, a study suggests. Sixteen monkeys infected with Simian Immunodeficiency Virus, or SIV were given a vaccine.

U.S measles cases in 2013 may be most in 17 years

they can make children very sick; in 2011, nearly 40% of children under the age of 5 who got measles had to be treated in the hospital. Among those who have been stricken with measles this year, 92% were not vaccinated or had unknown vaccination status."

September 13: Open window

Sir, – In his analysis “The Syrian deal: More bad than good for Israel” (September 11), Herb Keinon seems to have overlooked a very positive outcome for the whole fiasco regarding a response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria: In the foreseeable ...

Worst year for measles since 1996?

This year is on track to be the worst for measles in more than a decade, according to new numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And people who refuse to vaccinate their children are behind the ...

Whooping cough up sharply in Wyo.

Sixty-three cases of pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, have been reported to the Wyoming Department of Health so far this year, a sharp increase from the last few years in … More This item is available in full to subscribers. If you are a ...

Around the World

In science news around the world, the G20 group of industrialized nations has agreed to limit emissions of harmful refrigerants, an Indian parliamentary panel blasts a U.S. nonprofit for alleged ethical lapses in a trial of an HPV vaccine in the country ...

U.S. measles cases in 2013 may be most in 17 years

(CNN)-- This year is on track to be the worst for measles in more than a decade, according to new numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And people who refuse to vaccinate their children are behind the ...

Flu hits fewer victims in region

"Non-urgent presentations have decreased because we encourage Category 4 and 5 patients who are seen in our Acute Primary Care Clinic to get their own GP. The opening of the 24-hour private GP Superclinic has also reduced non-urgent attendances."

US measles tally already among worst in 15 years

ATLANTA—Health officials say 2013 already is one of the worst years for measles in more than 15 years. Before a vaccine became available about 50 years ago, nearly all children got measles by their 15th birthday. In those days, nearly 500 ...

Measles still poses threat to US, health officials warn

Results of a National Immunization Survey released today show that 90.8 percent of U.S. toddlers between the ages of 19 and 35 months have received at least one dose of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR) – just above the federal ...

Measles still poses threat to US, health officials warn

Although measles was officially "eliminated" in the United States in 2000, public health officials warned Thursday that the highly contagious, and sometimes deadly, virus continues to be imported from Europe and other parts of the world where ...

Drug Injection Devices to 2018

The injectable drug segment has seen a marked increase ... their product development activities, business strategies, and corporate alliances and affiliations AutoinjectorsAutoinjector-specific Selection FactorsPart Counts and Device Cost Safety Features ...

No Link Found Between Autism and Number of Vaccines

A new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics on March 29 confirms that there is no association between autism and receiving many vaccines at an early age. "The amount of antigens from vaccines received on one day of vaccination or in total ...

Petsmart Charities Adoption Weekend Sept. 13-15

Following are just a few of the wonderful pets currently available for adoption at the HSCAZ shelter. All have been spayed or neutered and are current on vaccines. I may be a little shy at first, but I warm up quickly. I like other dogs and love ...

Pertussis incidence among older adults may be underestimated

DENVER — Researchers observed a substantial disease burden due to Bordetella pertussis in adults aged 50 years ... the two age groups were 168-292 and 184-464 per 100,000, respectively, and the incidence increased among both age groups over the study ...

OneSight Vision Van Clinics Provide Free Vision Care and Eyewear to Students in Need

The need for vision care is staggering — 733 million adults and children worldwide suffer from vision loss. For 563 million ... prenatal care in the first trimester, low birth weight babies, cardiac morbidity rates, long term activities ...

Measles Vaccination Still Important to Avoid Outbreaks, CDC Warns

Despite progress toward eliminating measles in the United States, outbreaks continue to occur, particularly in communities with high percentages of people who are not vaccinated because of religious and philosophical beliefs, according to a new report from ...

Measles Vaccination Still Important to Avoid Outbreaks, CDC Warns

"These outbreaks demonstrate that unvaccinated persons place themselves and their communities at risk for measles," the researchers said. Measles is a highly contagious illness that can lead to complications and death, but can be prevented by the MMR vaccine.

GSK research estimates significantly higher rates of pertussis among older adults than now reported

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The incidence of pertussis among U.S. adults 50 and older may be greatly under-reported and under-recognized, according to findings from a study conducted by GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK; LSE: GSK ...

Worker falls into paint vat and dies

CARLSTADT, N.J. (AP) - Authorities say a worker who was overcome by fumes and fell on a vat of solvent at a northern New Jersey paint plant has died. Fifty-6-year-old Henry Campbell of Newark was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center and died ...

FDA Approves Botox Cosmetic to Improve the Appearance of Crow’s Feet Lines

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday approved a new use for Botox Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe lateral canthal ... Cosmetic works by keeping muscles from tightening so ...

Helicopters to drop rabies vaccine baits

For the second consecutive year, the Fort Bend County Health and Human Services Department has planned a helicopter drop of rabies vaccine packets in undeveloped areas in the county to help control rabies in skunks. Helicopter crews will begin dropping the ...

Suffolk Flu Vaccinations And Locations

For some, flu can be even worse, causing more serious illnesses or even result in death. People in at-risk groups are entitled to receive a free seasonal flu vaccination from their GP practice. For the first time this year children aged two and three years ...

FREEHOLD: County investigates mumps cases

FREEHOLD — The Monmouth County Health Department is now investigating 36 probable cases ... Ogdensburg, Emerson, Fairfield, Jackson, Lawrenceville, Monmouth Junction, Point Pleasant, Saddle Brook, Waldrick, Warren, Whippany and Woodbridge.

Housing market obsession grips capitals anew

As John Lanchester wrote in his excellent novel, Capital, houses used to be the scenery to people's lives: Now, however, the houses had become so valuable to ... at least, have a natural barrier to property mania: you need a relatively large ...

Active snake season means more bitten pets

"Next thing I know she jumped about 2 feet in the air and started limping ... Flat Rock has already treated 20 animals for snakebites since May, said Dr. Fred Rosen, the clinic's chief of primary care. That's the most the hospital has seen ...

Public Health Urges Immunization for All Grade 7 and 8 Students

The HPV immunization, known as Gardasil, is provided to females in Grade 8 and provides virtually 100 percent protection against four types of HPV, two of which cause approximately 70 percent of all cervical cancers. This immunization is provided in a ...

Spike in N.Ky. rabies exposure linked to bats

Northern Kentucky health officials are warning residents about coming in contact with bats after an usually high number of residents have had to receive the rabies vaccine. Bats are commonly infected with the rabies virus and they also have very ...

Health Department urges Kentuckians take precautions to avoid bats and rabies in homes

Several Northern Kentucky families have gotten a rude awakening this summer. They awoke to find bats flying around their bedrooms, hanging on curtains or lying on a blanket. Beyond the initial shock of realizing a wild animal had entered their ...

Thirty years of HIV/AIDS and moving closer to a final cure

Cayman’s doctor on adult diseases Dr Olayinka A Adedayo has said that despite numerous technological breakthroughs in the fight against HIV, the country’s government has been left to bear the healthcare cost of the infection that is ...

GSK research estimates significantly higher rates of pertussis among older adults than now reported - KAIT-Jonesboro, AR-News, weather, sports

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The incidence of pertussis among U.S. adults 50 and older may be greatly under-reported and under-recognized, according to findings from a study conducted by GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK; LSE: GSK) researchers ...

South2North’s Redi Tlhabi debates universal health care

Today we look at three developing countries tackling different problems in their health care systems – India, the second most populous country in the world; Cuba, which has a socialist healthcare system; and South Africa, where a debate around national ...

National Government Services Foundation Announces Founding Partnership of Boys & Girls Clubs of America Military Youth of the Year Program

Boys & Girls Clubs of America serves nearly 500,000 youth through ... Clubs are located in cities, towns, public housing and on Native American lands throughout the country, and serve military families in BGCA-affiliated Youth Centers on U.S ...

GlaxoSmithKline plc : GSK research estimates significantly higher rates of pertussis among older adults than now reported

12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The incidence of pertussis among U.S. adults ... The GSK researchers who led the study, Cristina Masseria, Ph.D, and Girishanthy Krishnarajah, MPH, MBA/MS, utilized data from the IMS private practice database that included more ...

Meningitis A mass vaccination campaign shows dramatic impact of new vaccine

Research looking at the effectiveness of a new meningitis vaccine for the main epidemic strain in Africa shows dramatically reduced incidence of all cases of meningitis by 94 percent and carriage prevalence of the epidemic strain by 98 percent ...

When Is a Non-Binding Term Sheet or Letter of Intent Enforced as a Binding Contract?

In almost all corporate transactions, the first piece of written documentation the parties exchange and execute (after a non-disclosure agreement) is a letter of intent or term sheet ... clearly identified as “non-binding,” as it usually represents ...

County Announces Dates for 2013 Flu Vaccination Clinics

COURT HOUSE – Cape May County Freeholder Kristine Gabor reminds residents to start thinking about scheduling their annual flu shot. “Last year’s flu season started early and was fairly severe. It is a good reminder that influenza causes a lot of ...

Letter to the Editor: Westfield Board of Health meeting update

The Health Department began its free adult immunization program for persons without insurance. It will target pertussis with Tdap vaccine, as well as offer meningitis, pneumonia and shingles vaccines. The free childhood immunization program continues.

Meningitis vaccine a "stunning" success

LONDON, 12 September 2013 (IRIN) - A new meningitis vaccine being rolled out in Chad has resulted in an astonishing 94 percent drop in the incidence of all types of the disease, according to a study being published this week in the Lancet. The study’s ...

Northern KY health officials issue warning about bats & rabies - FOX19.com-Cincinnati News, Weather & Sports

Rabies vaccine can also be expensive, with costs ranging from $2,000 to $6,000 for the series, with additional fees for doctors or emergency room visits. "This summer, 15 people have had to make the difficult decision to undergo rabies vaccination ...

Occurrences of common cold increase during back-to-school season

LEWISTOWN - When kids leave school for the day, they're bringing home more than just homework. They're going home with the thousands ... chicken pox or whopping cough, should not attend school, states the parent handbook. Depending on the case, a child ...

Sick Days

I spent the day administering to my sick child. I delivered boxes of clean tissues and ... “My eyes hurt,” she said in a voice that was unmistakably hoarse and scratchy. In a household with three children born within five years of each other, those ...

Research and Markets: Competitor Analysis: Smallpox Vaccines & Therapeutics

The Competitive Intelligence report Smallpox Vaccines & Therapeutics as of August 2013 provides a competitor analysis in the development pipelines ... includes a 6-month online access to the data of the report and any updates since the ...

Children vaccinated against measles/rubella diseases

Ponyentanga (U/W), Sept. 12, GNA – A total of 312,000 children aged between nine months and 15 years are to be vaccinated free of charge against measles and rubella diseases in the Upper West Region. Measles and rubella are two dangerous diseases that ...

Autism speaks

Autism. What is it? How is it treated? And what causes it? Those three questions have caused much debate for more than just the past 20 years. Under the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the reference guide ...

Flu shots available at Polk County Health Department

Acceptable payment methods include cash, check, Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield (PPO and Federal plans), Aetna (HMO, QPOS, Elect Choice, Managed Choice POS, Aetna Choice POS II, Aetna Select, Open Choice PPO, National Advantage ...

The Canary Party and Rob Schneider versus the Vaccine Court: Guess who wins?

The video starts out asking the question ... As you might gather from the video, antivaccinationists also don’t like the fact that they can’t face pharmaceutical companies directly, although it’s not true that the companies don ...

The Canary Party and Rob Schneider versus the Vaccine Court: Guess who wins?

Truly, a font of burning stupid doth flow most egregiously from YouTube. (Sorry, I’ve been reading my old Thor comics. I’ll stop. Unfortunately, the napalm grade stupid from Rob Schneider won’t stop flowing.) Of course, you know right away ...

Hospital misses out on £250m winter funding

WIGAN Infirmary has been left out in the cold this winter after missing out on the Government’s £250m winter health fund – much to the dismay of hospital chiefs. Despite an internal review into A&E being understaffed, the hospital will not receive a ...

Immunizations: key to better health

Immunizations are one of the most significant public health achievements of the 20th century and have saved millions of lives throughout the world. Immunizations helped to eradicate smallpox worldwide and eliminate poliovirus in the United States.They have ...

Australia’s hypersonic scramjet arrives in Norway for launch

Australia’s hypersonic scramjet has arrived safe in Norway, where the team will prepare it for its 8600km/h “hypersonic swan-dive” from the edge of space. The SCRAMSPACE research project led by The University of Queensland is scheduled to launch on a ...

Ulcerative Colitis: Improving Outcomes with a Targeted Formulation

UC is typically diagnosed through lower endoscopic studies (eg, colonoscopy) and histological evaluations. These studies and evaluations allow clinicians to determine the severity of inflammation and define the extent of disease, which provides ...

Competitor Analysis: Smallpox Vaccines & Therapeutics

Sep 12, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vtpgjc/competitor) has announced the addition of the "Competitor Analysis: Smallpox Vaccines & Therapeutics" report to their offering.

Vaccine trial in Chad brings hope in fight against meningitis

Meningitis can be caused by several species of bacteria ... to develop an affordable vaccine that works in children and lasts longer - MenAfriVac is just 50 cents a shot,” Stuart said. “Impressively, the MenAfriVac not only protects people against ...

Meningitis cases fall 94% following vaccine introduction

The introduction of MenAfriVac in 2010 was viewed as a big ... "This is one of the most dramatic outcomes from a public health intervention that I have seen during a long career of research in Africa. There are now real prospects that the ...

Budget uncertainties force AFMC to eliminate flu shots for civilian employees

9/12/2013 - WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- As command officials make tough budget decisions with fewer dollars to spend, Air Force Materiel Command civilian employees who are not beneficiaries of the TRICARE health program will no longer receive ...

Dermefface FX7 Natural Formula Is Now Available at Naturalherbalz.net to Diminish the Appearance of Different Types of Scars

Dermefface FX7 is the naturally formulated product prepared with the natural antioxidants and moisturizers to diminish the appearance of scars. The product has clinically proven highly effective yet the safe to fade away different types of scars.

'Allow RDP owners to sell'

People marching to the Union Buildings on Thursday to push for state funding for the counsel of miners wounded and arrested at Marikana hoped to make a "statement" through their protest, the convenor said. Pope Francis now has his own mini popemobile after ...

New meningitis vaccine slashes cases by 94%

More than 550 children have left the ranks of armed groups in the southeastern ... getting a good deal on a used car that he plans to drive himself. The judge in Michael Jackson's family's lawsuit against promoters AEG Live has dismissed claims against ...

BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CO : Bristol-Myers Squibb Reports Results for Phase 3 Trial..

"Although the study did not meet its primary endpoint, clinical activity was observed in this Phase 3 trial with a suggestion of greater activity in those with less advanced castration-resistant prostate cancer ... Forty-eight percent had baseline ...

Nigeria: 'No New Polio Case in Sokoto'

Sokoto — Director, Disease Control and Immunization, Sokoto State Primary Healthcare Development Agency Dr.Aminu Shehu yesterday said that Sokoto has not recorded any polio case since August last year. Addressing members of the Journalists Against Polio ...

Vaccine campaign in sub-Saharan Africa reduces meningitis by 94 per cent

A mass immunisation campaign with a new vaccine against a specific type of meningitis reduced the incidence of all cases of meningitis by 94 per cent in vaccinated areas, a study published today in the ‘Lancet’ has shown. Meningitis can be caused by ...

Envivio Inc. : Envivio Powers New HD TV Service for Numericable

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 12, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Envivio (Nasdaq:ENVI), a leading provider of software-based video processing and delivery solutions, today announced that Numericable, the leading cable operator in France, has deployed ...

Inhaled corticosteroids increase pneumonia risk in asthma

medwireNews: Research from the UK indicates that the use of inhaled corticosteroids is independently associated with an increased risk for pneumonia and lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) in patients with asthma. The findings, reported in Chest, show ...

Immunizations Help Ensure the Health of Everyone

Vaccines have saved more lives and prevented more disease than anything in the last century, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Retired colonel, Dr. Limone Collins, deputy director for Vaccine Healthcare Centers ...

The Africa Report: 12 September

Africa’s largest vulture population is the Cape Vulture of which there are only about 3 500 breeding pairs left in the wild and under 10 000 individuals in only two countries, South Africa and ... vulture population. A new vaccine, MenAfricVac, is ...

AIM Academy Presents Adult Autism Living Weekend for Investors, Stakeholders

Noon meals and snacks out of our Appleseed Icebox are free. We’ll provide oven-baked turkey or ham, choice of spread (including almond butter), folate-rich kale or spinach and mushrooms, GF/CF bread or non-grain wrap, healthy raw veggies, and flavorful ...

Little Ruairi lived for just 207 days, then meningitis spread like wildfire: mum

"We cannot be complacent about any forms of meningitis," she added. To find out more about the symptoms visit the Meningitis Research Foundation website: www.meningitis.org.

Everyday sadists more common than you think

New research suggests that this kind of everyday sadism is real and more common than we might think ... to form a "Dark Tetrad" of personality traits. To test their hypothesis, they decided to examine everyday sadism under controlled laboratory ...

Measles and rubella vaccination on-going

Mrs Apea said children, who are under severe sickness, allergies and conditions such as AIDS and cancer, which may compromise their life would not be given the vaccines. She advised parents to know their children's status. She encouraged parents to take ...

Win Butler describes new Arcade Fire album as 'a mash up of Studio 54 and Haitian voodoo'

to "People who had never heard The Beatles before," and were therefore "stripped of context". This, Butler said, has led the group to making a more rhythmic album, with the frontman noting the "voodoo rhythms" of their new music. A similar trip ...

Mumford & Sons 'kicked out of strip club for taking photos of each other'

Mumford & Sons were allegedly kicked out of a strip club earlier this week. The British band are said to have been having a night out at Atlanta's Clermont Lounge after performing at Centennial Olympic Park on Tuesday (September 10). According to TMZ, the ...

Positive attitude may increase life of heart disease patients

Heart disease patients who have a positive attitude are more likely to exercise and may live longer, according to a study published in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular ... % reduced chance of death for any cause during the follow-up ...

People With Egg Allergy Can Safely Get Flu Shot: Experts

A study published in the December 2012 issue of the journal Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology concluded that flu vaccine contains such a low amount of egg protein that it won't cause an allergic reaction in children with an egg allergy. "The benefits ...

Huge tobacco use in India seen killing 1.5 million a year

Tobacco inflicts huge damage on the health of India’s people and could be clocking up a death toll of 1.5 million a year by 2020 if more users are not persuaded to kick the habit, an international report said on Thursday. An Indian man walks past a large ...

The Bachelor Australia's Tim Robards linked to anti-vaccination campaign on Facebook

The Ten Network is bringing Australian audiences a local version of the hit US franchise The Bachelor. Take a tour of his new and very, very expensive pad with News Corp real estate reporter Prue Miller. The Bachelor Australia star Tim Robards has refused ...

Florida Pastor Arrested While Towing 2998 Kerosene-Soaked Qurans

A Florida pastor was arrested today, thus halting his Facebooked-plans to burn 2998 Qurans in a Mulberry park to “protest” the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Pastor Terry Jones, 61, and his associate Pastor Marvin Sapp Jr., 44, were just minding ...

Tips for growing herbs

A herb garden is a must for every cook. You can have a tidy little herb garden in the smallest of spaces - just one square metre of garden bed, or near your kitchen in window boxes or tubs, and herbs grow quite quickly. Herbs lend themselves to organic ...

NHS England Commissions Soliris® for the Treatment of Atypical Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome (aHUS)

We are very pleased that NHS ... do you really know the story behind company strategy? How can you get answers to your questions? The Private Investor Network helps you to reach an informed decision on the stocks you pick. Interactive presentations from UK ...

Online Wholesaler NP Fashion Rewards Retail Customers with Discounts - KWWL

Successful LA fashion wholesaler makes it easy for retail stores to stock quality merchandise at low prices. LOS ANGELES, Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With autumn just around the corner, Los Angeles-based wholesaler NP Fashion is helping businesses ...

Officials euthanizing rabid group of cats in Lake Park

LAKE PARK, Fla. -- Palm Beach County officials are euthanizing cats to keep you and your family safe. The campaign, sparked by a rabid kitten discovered last week, is aimed at cracking down on a rabid gang of cats in Lake Park. Animal Care and Control ...

The Canary Party and Bob Schneider versus the Vaccine Court: Guess who wins?

My goodness, when it rains, it pours, to use a cliche. (And I’m not about anything if not throwing in the odd cliche in my writing from time to time.) Just yesterday, I discussed the resurrection of an antivaccine zombie meme, namely the claim ...

Merck Shingles Vaccine Sought by Too Few U.S. Adults, Study Says

Too few American adults have been vaccinated for shingles, the painful sibling to chicken pox, according to research that calls for efforts to increase the U.S.-recommended inoculation. Fewer than 2 of 10 Americans ages 60 and older have been ...

Refusing Vaccinations Puts Children At Increased Risk For Whooping Cough

Kaiser Permanente researchers used the Vaccine Safety Datalink – a collaborative effort among the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and eight managed care organizations – in this study to analyze the immunization records of 323,247 children ...

Pete Doherty ‘nearly pulled Babyshambles tour hours before it started’

Pete Doherty considered withdrawing from Babyshambles‘ ongoing UK tour just hours before the first show was about to get underway. Doherty makes the revelation in an interview with NME, in which he explains how he sat in the dressing room ...

Meningitis vaccine slashes cases by 94%

A new vaccine being rolled out in the "meningitis belt" that stretches across north-central Africa has reduced cases of the potentially fatal disease by 94%, doctors reported on Thursday in The Lancet. Researchers monitored the spread of type A ...

FDA 101: How to Use the Consumer Complaint System and MedWatch

FDA's Consumer Complaint Coordinators (CCC's) located in FDA offices throughout the United States and Puerto Rico will listen, document your complaint about an FDA-regulated product, and follow up as necessary. Consumers should report problems to the CCC ...

Supplement Smarts for Cholesterol and Triglycerides

Some people are concerned about high levels of mercury or other pollutants when picking out fish oil supplements. Ask your doctor about safe ones to try. Psyllium. Fiber is a great cholesterol-buster and part of a healthy diet. Fiber also helps lower ...

Some flu vaccines promise a little more protection

WASHINGTON — Flu vaccination is no longer merely a choice between a jab in the arm or a squirt in the nose. This fall, some brands promise a little extra protection. For the first time, certain vaccines will guard against four strains of flu ...

Measles and rubella elimination 2015. Package for accelerated action: 2013-2015

Despite substantial progress made by many Member States since 2010, the regional target of measles and rubella elimination by 2015 is under threat. To stop both endemic and imported measles virus circulation by 2015, all efforts must be directed towards ...

Student politics and the pursuit of power

DID you think the leadership of Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard was characterised by the highest possible levels of internal dysfunction? Perhaps you haven't witnessed the world of student politics - the breeding ground for future Ian Macdonalds and Eddie ...

Flu and You: Research and Me

I hope they will serve as an important resource for practitioners during the upcoming flu season. As a typical science nerd, I specifically received no compensation for the large quantities of time and energy involved in the writing and crafting of these ...

Nanotechnology in Queensland, Australia: Market Report

UniQuest's innovation portfolio includes Australia's first blockbuster vaccine Gardasil®, Australia's largest biotech IPO QRxPharma Ltd ... Queensland is a popular venue for nanotechnology-related conferences and events. While there are ...

Shelter Tails calendar

30, Monticello. Performed by appointment only, by The Animal Rights Alliance mobile clinic. $70 per cat includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, ear cleaning and nail trim. Town of Newburgh and City of Newburgh residents, $10 with proof of residency.

India Gets WHO Praise on Polio Front; No Case in 30 Months

New Delhi: WHO lauded India’s efforts in eradicating polio and said the country has not reported a single case of polio in the last 30 months. “You did it. For 30 months you have not got a single case of polio,” WHO Director General Margaret Chan ...

Swine Flu Could Make Influenza Season Complicated

It has been called Novel Influenza A, H1N1 2009, more commonly the Swine Flu. The first outbreak of the Swine Flu was in Mexico. Signs of an epidemic were evident before it was declared. The Mexican government was forced to close all the government offices ...

Flu vaccine program in Montvale is Sept. 28

On Saturday, Sept. 28 from 9 to 11 a.m., the Montvale Board of Health with the Northwest Regional Health Commission and the Health Awareness Regional Program of HackensackUMC to offer a Family Flu Vaccination Program at the Montvale Senior Citizens and ...

ActHIB (PF) IM Uses

Children younger than age 5 are at highest risk for infection. Vaccination is the best way to protect against ... at least 10-14 days before beginning treatment or wait at least 3 months after chemotherapy is stopped. This vaccine is not recommended ...

Hepatitis A & B Vaccines: Why You Should Get Them

hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. Vaccines have been developed that protect people from contracting hepatitis A and B. There is no vaccine for hepatitis C. Hepatitis A and hepatitis B can be spread from person to person, although in different ways. They have ...

A World Apart

In hindsight, Sebastian Velez’s parents say, there were clues early on. “I noticed he never looked at me when I was nursing,” says 34-year-old Maria Mejia, Sebastian’s mother, who lives with her husband and two sons in a spacious Rockville town ...

Immunizations Needed For Your Child

That’s why it’s important that children, especially infants and young children, receive recommended immunizations on time. In our mobile society, over a million people each day people travel to and from other countries, including countries where many ...

The Top 7 Pregnancy Myths

Not all pregnancy myths are entertaining though. Some prompt unnecessary worry while others can pose real health complications for mother or baby. Just the opposite. "Flu vaccination is very important," Nancy Chescheir, a clinical professor of maternal ...

Minnesota lawmakers ban formaldehyde in children's products but allow the neurotoxic chemical in vaccines and diet soda

(NaturalNews) In yet another extraordinary exemption for the very vaccine companies that continue to poison our children, the Minnesota legislature has passed a law banning formaldehyde in all children's products except for pharmaceuticals, vaccines or ...

Lack of space derails Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation's stray-sterilisation programme

Sources say in a month only 500 operations are taking place. Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation’s (NMMC) stray sterilisation programme is moving on a slow track as a result of which the number of strays have increased in the city. The civic earlier ...

EDITORIAL: Polio thrives on ignorance of militants

From the ninth to the 12th centuries, Muslims were among the leading practitioners of what was then considered advanced medicine. Islamic doctors borrowed freely from Byzantine, Greek and Roman medicine, unlike their counterparts in insular ...

Coroner rules baby was "unlawfully killed"

Ieuan Hatter died five years after he suffered a serious brain injury while in the care of his parents, an inquest was told A baby boy was “unlawfully killed” after eventually succumbing to a serious brain injury he suffered while in the care of his ...

Could Blood Test One Day Predict Suicide Risk?

Using blood samples ... findings do not mean that spikes in the proteins "cause" people to commit suicide. "It's just a correlation," he said, and not a cause-and-effect relationship. But he and Niculescu said the findings could eventually give some ...

Undervaccination results in increased risk for whooping cough in young children

Undervaccination – not receiving all recommended vaccinations or not being vaccinated according to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices schedule – results in an increased risk for whooping cough in children 3 to 36 months of age ...

Hyderabad, millionaires, UHNW

Hyderabad: Actor and Secunderabad MLA Jayasudha Kapoor’s husband Nitin Kapoor had a narrow escape when the car he was travelling in went up in flames in the midst of traffic on Tuesday evening. Kapoo Hyderabad: The Director General of Police ...

Is Texas A Hotspot For Outbreaks Of Vaccine-Preventable Disease?

The headlines might lead you to think that Texas is a hotbed of infection, threatened with measles and pocketed with pertussis. And you’d be right to some extent and left asking, What makes Texas so welcoming to infectious disease? Deep in the ...

Understanding Female Sexual Problems -- the Basics

Sexual behavior and response requires the complicated intertwining of environmental, physical (both anatomical and hormonal), and psychological factors. Research shows that about 66% of all women have sexual concerns, including lack of desire (33%), lack ...

The reason some people can eat more and stay slender

Incorporating this non-exercise will not drastically change your lifestyle or throw off ... Regardless of whether you are the skinny, eat-everything-you-want type of person or the one who has yet to incorporate NEAT into your life and feel restricted ...

Young woman tells of horrific, debilitating health issues she now faces in years following Gardasil vaccination

The story is all too familiar -- a young woman full of energy and ambition is reduced to near-vegetable status, struggling just to get out of bed in the morning and function without collapsing or suffering a serious seizure in the process. This is the ...

 

 

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