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Hepatitis B vaccine halted after 3 newborns die from system shock

Russia plans mass vaccinations for Olympics

No Shots, No School, Not True in Ohio! by Janet Levatin, MD

Gardasil: Is there a legitimate reason for safety concerns?

If No Exemption - Childhood Vaccinations Required for School

Op-Ed: Apes Don’t Need Vaccines Developed With Lab Chimps - The Humane Society’s Kathleen Conlee disputes a ‘New York Times’ op-ed, ‘Apes Need Vaccines, Too.’

Vaccination Appears to Have Halted a Meningitis Outbreak

Scientists Working to Create New Flu Superbug?

What is ASIA? An interview with Yehuda Shoenfeld

HPV-related throat cancer an 'epidemic' in Canada: Study

Pharmacies expect first flu vaccines
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Inducing Labor Autism Link Met With Skepticism, Questions (video)

Keeping up with immunizations

Mucosis publishes preclinical data on RSV vaccines

9 Investigates: Not getting vaccines could keep kids out of school

Global H1N1 Vaccines Market to Reach US $273 Million by 2018, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

West Michigan health nonprofit to host independent speaker, investigator on vaccinations

Kirklees avoided epidemic with just one measles case - Kirklees had just one confirmed case of measles at the height of a nationwide epidemic earlier this year.

Convenient care: Parents relish vaccination, sports physical clinic

Could The FDA Have Prevented Bacterial Infections Traced To A Compounder? by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Origin of MRSA strain in humans discovered in cattle

Flexible Tech Could Allow Rapid, Cheap Production of a Variety of Vaccines - New flexible vaccine technology could pave the way for pneumococcal, TB and staphylococcus aureus vaccines that are cheaper to produce and more effective


Debating the pros and cons of childhood vaccinations

ChinaGate Now Engulfs Novartis As A Sales Rep Alleges Bribes by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

A Takeda Manager Asks The Supreme Court To Review A Whistleblower Ruling by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Concerned About the First West Nile Virus Case in Kansas?

Sinovac Reports Unaudited Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results - Conference call scheduled for Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 8:00 AM EDT

US brain project puts focus on ethics - Unsettling research advances bring neuroethics to the fore.

UK ADHD drug use rockets 50% in just six years

Rabies alert issued for St. John's County

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- In response to a raccoon that tested positive for rabies on August 14, a warning has been issued for St. John's County, according to a Florida Health press release. The rabies alert was issued by Dawn C. Allicock, M.D., M.P.H., C.P.H ...

Chemophobia is on too many kids' menus (Video)

might become allergic or have an adverse reaction to any given food at any time, whether it happened before or not. It's especially acute in kids with allergies, asthma, bad reactions to various foods, medicines, or vaccines. And the fear is real.

Hepatitis Drugs and Vaccines: World Market 2013-2023

The Immunotherapeutic Approach 2.6.3.1 Hepatitis E Vaccine: Raising Hopes for an Overlooked Subtype 3. World Hepatitis Treatments and Vaccines Market, 2013-2023 3.1 The Hepatitis Treatments and Vaccines Market, 2012 3.1.1 The Hepatitis Treatment ...

Guilford County to hold Tdap clinics for rising sixth graders

Vaccinations will be free, as long as a parent provides a health insurance card at the appointment. Appointments are also available 8:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. any weekday at Guilford County immunization clinics.

Rabies alert issued in St. Johns County

A rabies alert has been issued in St. Johns County after a raccoon tested positive for the disease Wednesday. Health officials said residents should be aware that rabies is present in the wild animal population and domestic animals are at risk ...

National Immunization Awareness Month: 2013

Teens through adults, ages 19 through 65+ can check with their family physicians, local pharmacies and health care facilities, to be fully protected. Joanne Sullivan, PAIC Executive Director, calls attention to the "power" everyone has to take the first ...

National Immunization Awareness Month: 2013

The facts regarding success of immunizations are clear and compelling. Since the launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) in 1988, the number of polio cases has decreased by 99% worldwide, reported in "Immunization Works", CDC Newsletter.

Leading Anti-Cancer Drugs and Associated Market 2013-2023

You see trends for treating these cancers:• Bladder• Brain• Breast• Cervix ... Leading companies in cancer treatment and 2017 market valueFrom 2013, new treatments hold great potential for investment, technological advances and high revenues.

Public health: Anti-polio drive to start from Aug 19

LAHORE: A polio vaccination campaign will start in 21 districts of the Punjab from August 19. The campaign would focus on children living squatter settlements. An official of the Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI) told The Express Tribune ...

Researchers say HPV cancer risks heightened by HIV

BOSTON — A report by health professionals is calling for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to expand the classification of AIDS-related illnesses to include all HPV-related cancers, which affect as many men as women and are ...

Violence Causes Doctors Without Borders To Exit Somalia

Somalia has one of the lowest rates of vaccination in the world. Gaps in immunization have helped fuel a polio outbreak in May, after the country had been polio-free for more than five years. Doctors Without Border’s general director Arjan Hehenkamp ...

Viruses not involved in as many cancers as once thought

Also, viruses were not seen in adenocarcinomas (types of cancer that attack the epithelium, or the surface of the skin, glands and other tissue) of the breast, colon and rectum, lung, prostate, ovaries, kidneys and thyroid. The researchers also discovered ...

Four Steps to Take in Your Medication Education

Heading back to school is exciting for parents and children, but it’s not all about shopping for backpacks and meeting new teachers. Before your child goes into the classroom this month, there are several steps to take regarding immunizations ...

The editor of website easyfinelife.com would tell people how to select the suitable dog clothes

On the other hand, they would also cost money to purchase many kinds of Dog supplies such as dog clothes. For the purchasing of the god clothes, the best online seller ( www.easyfinelife.com ) for Dog supplies online and cool kitchen gadgets would tell ...

Malaria may end soon, as new vaccine is successfully tried

The results of the study were published online in the August 8 issue of Sciencemagazine ... 40 per cent occurred in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, India and Nigeria. That same year, 91 per cent of the deaths caused by malaria were in Africa ...

Why Sinovac Biotech Ltd. Shares Spiked Higher

So what: For the quarter, Sinovac delivered a huge jump in revenue of 86.4% to $17.5 million driven by a doubling in hepatitis A vaccine sales, and a 58% increase in hepatitis B vaccine revenue. The company also managed to reverse a year-ago ...

Dog attack sparks rabies fear in Chile

César Barriga, 24, is now in an induced coma in Viña del Mar’s intensive care unit after suffering a rabies attack — which may bring about stricter vaccination regulation. While riding his motorcycle through the streets of Quilpué in the Valparaíso ...

Back-to-School Vaccinations

Students in Louisa County started school today and both Albemarle County and Charlottesville City schools begin next Wednesday, August 21st. But if students don't have all of their shots, they won't be able to go to school. For kindergarteners those shots ...

CDC Pilot Finds QR Codes Boost Vaccination Data Collection

QR codes, or 2-D bar codes, placed on vaccine products helped collect and automatically upload vaccination data to electronic health record systems and state immunization registries without risking errors from manual data entry, according to the ...

Deadly outbreak: Cholera claims lives of two girls in Swabi

SWABI: Two minor girls died by cholera in Topi village of Swabi district on Wednesday. Bakht Munir, father of the deceased girls, said both his daughters fell ill late night on Tuesday, after which he rushed them to Topi Civil Hospital.

Teen’s Memory Erased By Rare Brain Disease, Only Remembers Teddy Bear

A teen whose memory was erased by a rare brain disease can’t remember anything about the first 16 years of her life, except for her teddy bear. Rosie Paley, 18, was hospitalized with encephalitis at the age of 16. The effects of the disease left her ...

Researchers aim at trial to test whether BCG vaccine cuts risk of allergies

Existing data is inconclusive, but an Australian team has seen enough ... or of our clean start to life," University of Melbourne infectious disease expert Professor Nigel Curtis told News.com.au. Other researchers have tested the theory ...

How Your Birth Order Can Influence Who You Are

There are so many factors to consider outside of a person’s familial rank by age, including the spacing in years between children, the total number of children in a family, socioeconomic status, the sex of siblings, and environmental circumstances during ...

Tree disease talk crops up in 2013 Citrus Expo

Tree diseases are giving Florida’s commercial citrus growers plenty to ponder as the 2013 Citrus Expo begins today at Lee Civic Center in North Fort Myers. There are bright spots: Those who grow for the orange juice market are getting better ...

Severe Measles Outbreak Hits Central African Republic

to minimise the impact of this epidemic," Sounouk said in a radio broadcast ... including from "common and curable" diseases such as measles, which can kill people in developing countries if they develop complications without adequate care.

Global Biologic Drugs Market to Jump to Over $220 Billion by 2019

Revlimid (Lenalidomide) Herceptin (Trastuzumab) Gardasil Varivax (Varicella Virus Vaccine Live) Gammagard Liquid (Immune Globulin Infusion (Human)) Aranesp (Darbepoetin Alfa) Enbrel (Etanercept) Epogen/Procrit/Eprex/Erypo (Epoetin Alfa) Genotropin ...

Floyd County Health Department offers shingles vaccine

The Floyd County Health Department is now offering the shingles vaccine Zostavax. Shingles is a painful, localized skin rash caused by the chicken pox virus (varicella zoster). Anyone who has had chickenpox can develop shingles. The virus ...

American Lung Association in New Jersey Helps Students with Asthma Return to School

A new school environment can sometimes be difficult for children with asthma. This back-to-school season, the American Lung Association in New Jersey highlights tips for families of children with asthma and stresses the importance of crafting a plan to ...

CSL bracing for pinch in budgets

Mr Perreault said CSL had benefited from a number of one-off factors during the past year, including higher Gardasil vaccine royalties, lower tax rates and improvements to its distribution model in China. He stressed the importance of finding new markets ...

School days resume on Tuesday

The school nurse is uniquely ... welcomed the students to their new year in a greeting sent to families and available on the district’s website. “…After 10 weeks of summer break it is time for our students to resume their education journey ...

In Somalia, a major campaign to stop the spread of polio

Some campaigns have targeted children under 5 years, others under 10 and others adults as well. UNICEF, the World Health Organization and their partners have helped procure and distribute vaccines. The Government of Japan, among other donors, has provided ...

The most mysterious players in Giants history

The Barry Zito Era is going to end soon. There have been downs and downs and ups and downs, but it wasn't an unpleasant era. I could watch this on a loop for an hour, for example: Still, I'm excited to reach the end of the Barry Zito Era.

Program Manager, Health Financing

The Program Manager will lead quantification and mapping ... It presents an opportunity to work closely with a government that is committed to finding opportunities for sustainable financing of the health sector, providing strategic advice ...

Why the World Is Not Yet Done with Polio

It's important to remember there is no cure for polio; it exists only in humans, and it can only be prevented by vaccination, points out Dr. Jay Wenger, director of the polio eradication program at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Elton John to pen AIDS memoir

For more than 25 years, Elton John has worked tirelessly to raise funds to help find a cure for AIDS. Since its inception in 1992, his Elton John AIDS Foundation has directed more than $150 million towards research and education. And now, in a new memoir ...

Top 10 Things You Need to Know About HPV Vaccination

HPV vaccines do not contain any thimerosal ... Therefore, you should continue to have regular Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer. Once you become sexually active, you need to start getting a Pap test (also known as Pap smear) within 3 years after ...

How well do you know your partner?

Actually, neither fidelity nor a condom completely protects partners from the spread of the human papillomavirus (HPV), the leading cause of cervical cancer in women. HPV can spread through skin-to-skin contact from infected areas not covered by a condom ...

The Messy Conquest of Polio

So many American children were affected, said others, because they were pigging out on sugar. Indeed, in 1948 when Asheville, North Carolina, took up the anti-sugar campaign against polio promoted by a local doctor, ice cream and Coke sales crashed.

Measles cases level-off in East Lancashire

MEASLES cases remained stable in the Cumbria and Lancashire in June, following the roll-out of a national vaccination programme. There were three cases across the region, the same number reported in May. Dr Shelagh Garnett, of Public Health England ...

Health Dept to conduct school-based adolescent immunization in Palawan

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Palawan, Aug 15 (PIA) -- The Department of Health-Center for Health Development IV-B ... are the students enrolled in all public secondary schools in Palawan. The vaccine provides protection against severe measles, mumps, german ...

Full report: Parents warned after measles outbreak

It follows what experts are describing as a worrying outbreak of measles in Glastonbury and Street, where higher than average numbers have not had the jab. Richard Payne reports.

Letter: Are you protected? Get immunized

-National Immunization Awareness Month in August is a reminder that we all need vaccines right from the start and throughout our lives. Immunizations provide protection against serious and sometimes deadly diseases. Getting immunized not ...

August Vaccination Awareness month

August is Vaccination Awareness Month, and the Wisconsin Association of School Nurses (WASN) urges parents to plan ahead to have children vaccinated early before sending them back to school. The statewide organization also expressed concern that ...

Full Deck: CB4 Folds After 52-Item Agenda

Item 49 dealt with a letter to the DOT regarding pedestrian safety. “A man was hit by a bus going left on 43rd and Ninth and is in critical care,” said Marcus. “This is the 40th such accident at this intersection, so we must no longer request more ...

Synthetic Biologics Reports Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results and Operational Update

Progress Cited On Three Infectious Disease Programs, Including Two Programs in Collaboration with Intrexon Corporation; C. difficile Prophylactic is Lead Anti-Infective Candidate -- ROCKVILLE, Md., Aug. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Synthetic Biologics ...

Global vaccine industry to increase at a CAGR of 11%

The global vaccine industry has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.3% over the next five years, increasing from a value of $32.05 billion at the start of 2013, to reach a total of $84.44 billion by 2022. The vaccine ...

Avoiding batmania: Tips to avoid rabies exposure from bats

While there are countless cute kitten videos on YouTube, you probably won´t find many cute ... positive for rabies in Dane County and 12 have tested positive statewide. Even though a very small percentage of bats actually carry rabies, the ...

His Name Was Ritchey: Autism's Case 3 Offers Clues to the Rise and Future of Autism

a college graduate. (Kind of like today's computer and tech experts getting blamed for blending gene pools and causing Asperger's in their kids.) We think Kanner missed the forest for the trees here, almost literally: Yes, the parents were educated and had ...

Measles: the facts

Measles is a highly infectious viral illness. It can be very unpleasant and possibly lead to serious complications, including blindness and even death. But, according to the NHS, it is now rare in the UK due to the MMR vaccination. You can read ...

Vt. to disperse rabies vaccine among wildlife

BURLINGTON — Vermont’s rabies bait drop is starting next week to prevent the spread of the disease among wildlife. An aerial bait drop will take place from planes starting Aug. 19. The baits will be dropped into carefully plotted corridors ...

Teen Memory Erased: 18-Year-Old Rosie Paley Uses Photos, Stories To Recall 16 Years Of Life After Rare Brain Disease Wipes Out Memory

A teen’s memory was erased by Encephalitis, a rare virus that causes the brain to become inflamed. (Photo: Creative Commons) A teen's memory was erased by a virus in her brain, and now the UK teen must rely on photographs and stories from her ...

Another zombie antivaccine meme rises from the grave again

If you see this article, post a link to this post to counter it. The article appears on a website I’ve never heard of before and is entitled Courts quietly confirm MMR Vaccine causes Autism, which is basically a reprint of the same article ...

CSL looks inwards for the best medicine

The Melbourne-based company, which yesterday reported a 19 per ... newly installed chief executive Paul Perreault tempering earnings expectations. CSL has forecast 10 per cent profit growth for the current financial year, with Mr Perreault advising that ...

5 Natural Remedies

Group B § Streptococcus pyrogenes § Thrush (oral fungal infection) This amazing list underscores how important it is to keep a supply of garlic close by! 2) Apples – an apple a day does in fact keep the doctor away, especially cancer specialists ...

Palestinian children denied polio vaccination

Ramallah: Tens of thousands of Palestinian children from the occupied East Jerusalem ... a nationwide polio vaccination programme for all children after thousands of people were found to be carriers. “It is in the Israeli vital interest to vaccinate ...

Crucial Guide: Get Ready

Mentoring in schools, taking part in community action projects, and coaching in local sports clubs are just some of the ways you could use your spare time. Volunteering helps you meet new people, build confidence and skills, and can also boost your ...

The hidden threat that could prevent Polio’s global eradication

An article by Scientific American. Global eradication of polio has been the ultimate game of Whack-a-Mole for the past decade; when it seems the virus has been beaten into submission in a final refuge, up it pops in a new region. Now, as vanquishing polio ...

An Expanding Patient Pool And Technological Innovation Will Drive Moderate Growth In The US Market For Biopsy Devices

Innovations in imaging technology have greatly improved image quality and detail, especially for the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and bronchial structures. As visualization equipment provides physicians with higher resolution and more magnified ...

Vical Incorporated Message Board

"Stage IV melanoma has a bad prognosis. Stage 3 patients can actually live a while ( 10 years). I think the length of this study is a result of the stage 3 patients they enrolled simply living a long time...like stage 3 patients tend to do".

Is Your Child Current on Vaccinations? School Starts in…

The first day of school in most ... of us to protect their child and are leaving their child susceptible to disease." Exemptions for vaccines are granted for medical and conscientious reasons. For copies of your child's vaccination records, talk to ...

State to Send More Inmates to Fungal-Infected Prisons

about halfway between Oakland and Los Angeles. But now, family members of some inmates, along with prisoner advocates, say the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is planning to transfer into the infected prisons black ...

August is National Immunization Month—Is Your Child Ready…

a pediatrician and a medical officer for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “Vaccinating your children according to CDC’s recommended schedule is one of the best ways ...

The measles bug

The rash lasts for five to six days ... Complications are more common in children under the age of five, or adults over the age of 20. The most serious complications include blindness, encephalitis (an infection that causes brain swelling ...

City issues alert after increase in pertussis

The Lubbock Health Department issued an alert due an increase in pertussis cases in the city. The city has seen 12 confirmed cases so far this year, nine of those reported since July 22nd. There were ten cases in 2012. Pertussis is also known as whooping ...

Radio 2’s Terry Wogan is joined on air by brave Ann-Marie

“But I can still do so many positive things – like having my hair shaved off for charity, getting one extra person to have a smear test or the HPV vaccine, or raising awareness of cervical cancer. “It’s not a negative experience.” Wogan ...

What’s with rich people hating vaccines?

You may not immediately peg the woman ... Most know it as the highest country they’ll see from North Carolina to New Hampshire. What they may not know? Car campers can get the same grand experience for less hassle. Drop the 50-pound backpacks ...

Vaccination clinic on Saturday

Public health nurse Catharine Boice says most vaccines for infants, kindergarten, and older students will be available. “There’s a list of shots that kids need if they are going into kindergarten. D-tap (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis ...

Editorial: Resistance to vaccines difficult to understand

It’s hard to know why, but Michigan has long been a national leader in a medical category that puts kids at risk — the number of parents who refuse to get their children vaccinated. It’s a puzzling problem that medical experts seem unable to crack ...

Ford commits to new cars for Australia

The company, which recently announced it will close its Australian factories in 2016, revealed its new line up at an extravagant presentation on Tuesday at Sydney's Fox Studios. Ford Australia and New Zealand CEO Bob Graziano said the launch was to ...

County Health Officials Urge Parents to Get Kids Vaccinated

"Many people in the United States have never seen the devastating effects that diseases like whooping ... there are cases of measles, mumps, whooping cough and other vaccine-preventable diseases reported in Los Angeles County.'' Kindergarten students ...

Congo-Kinshasa: Standing Up Against Polio in DRC

he told IRIN in North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). "Maybe they took me for vaccinations ... This August, during the country's National Immunization Day (NID), officials will hold a second round of vaccinations targeting 1,374,836 ...

Measles epidemic hits CAR

The Central African Republic has been hit by measles epidemic. The epidemic that has affected the whole territory of the country, which lacks any strong health infrastructure. Health Minister Aguid Sounouk blames the spread of the disease on outbreaks of ...

Chimerix Announces Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results

DURHAM, N.C., Aug. 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Chimerix, Inc. (Nasdaq:CMRX), a biopharmaceutical company developing novel, oral antivirals in areas of high unmet medical need, today reported financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2013.

Wogan tribute to brave Ann-Marie

Ann-Marie, who joined singers Charlotte Church and former Westlife frontman Shane ... “But I can still do so many positive things – like having my hair shaved off for charity, getting one extra person to have a smear test or the HPV vaccine, or raising ...

Over 17 mln children in DR Congo to be vaccinated against polio

Over 17 million Congolese children aged between 0 and 5 years will be vaccinated against polio during the second phase of National Vaccination Days (JNV) scheduled to run from Aug. 15 to 17 across the entire national territory, the Health Minister Felix ...

Increase in Polio in Somalia; Health Officials Fear Virus Could Spread

Video Camera Shows Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Doing What Comes ... Lucille Ball probably will always be remembered for her role as the silly but lovable red-haired Lucy Ricardo in the hit show, “I Love Lucy.” Her real-life husband at the time ...

Immunization myths: What you need to know

Doctors do not know that your home made immunizations schedule or even Dr. Robert Sear's vaccine schedule work, because they have never been tested. If you have more questions, check out the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s video ...

'Apple should stop frivolous litigation campaign'

A U.S. patent expert says that President Barack Obama should veto a trade panel’s order for a sales ban on some Samsung Electronics products. In a written interview, Prof. Christopher Jon Sprigman of the New York University School of Law, said tersely ...

His Name Was Ritchey: Autism's Case 3 Offers Clues to the Rise and Future of Autism

Raleigh has the fastest-growing proportion of 65 and older adults in the United States. And autism, as the fastest growing developmental disorder in children, will eventually comprise a significant portion of such adults, many with no one to depend on at ...

George Washington

By 1759, Washington had resigned his commission, returned to Mount Vernon and was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses, where he served until 1774. In January 1759, he married Martha Dandridge Custis (1731-1802), a wealthy widow with two children.

Benjamin Franklin

In 1730, Franklin began living with Deborah Read (c. 1705-74), the daughter of his former Philadelphia ... Over several years, he worked to settle a tax dispute and other issues involving descendants of William Penn (1644-1718), the owners of the colony ...

School Immunization Requirements in NYS

The following is the New York State school immunization requirements for school entrance/attendance: Diphtheria Toxoid-Containing Vaccine 3 doses (Day Care, Nursery, Head Start or Pre-K) 3 doses (K-12) Tetanus Toxoid-Containing Vaccine and Pertussis ...

Free back-to-school vaccinations available throughout Clark County

However, parents of 5.2 percent of K-12 students have chosen to exempt their children for religious or personal reasons, giving Washington one of the highest vaccine exemption rates in the nation. In Clark County, the vaccine exemption rate is 7 ...

43 percent think NSA domestic spying violates individual rights in favor of 'national security'

(NaturalNews) The Digital Age has taken a huge toll on the Constitution, particularly when it comes to Fourth Amendment privacy rights, but it is also a force for good, as evidenced by a recent survey that indicates more Americans are waking up from years ...

The Gut Connection (Video)

Research is just beginning to show a strong connection between the digestive tract and overall well-being. It is surprising how many conditions that patients have which are directly linked to the functioning of the digestive tract. Usually the patient is ...

Windiest week in years and more to come

In one of the windiest weeks in years, Melbourne was again hit by high gusts but spared the severe thunderstorms and hail that hit other parts of the state. And there are more windy days ahead, according to Weatherzone. St Kilda was hit by wind gusts of ...

Egyptian security forces send in bulldozers to clear pro-Mursi protesters, early deaths

Cairo: Egypt's security forces have begun clearing the major pro-Muslim Brotherhood protests in Cairo, using bulldozers, with early reports of up to 120 dead. After weeks of threats from Egypt's military-backed interim government and the failure of ...

Chimerix's CEO Discusses Q2 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

I am very pleased to report that this morning we released the top line data from our Phase II trial evaluating CMX001 as a preemptive therapy for adenovirus infection. Simultaneously, we were equally pleased to announce that these data were accepted for a ...

Totem pole marks powerful B.C. quake

GWAII HAANAS, B.C. -- Ten months ago, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake struck B.C.'s coastal Haida Gwaii, triggering tsunami warnings and halting hot water from flowing into Hot Springs Island in Gwaii Haanas. Haida legend has it the quake was the work of a ...

Final push to beat polio

Kenya has recorded its first case of polio in two years according to the World Health Organization, reporting earlier this ... and polio can join smallpox on the list of diseases past. As Dr. Frieden, Director, CDC (Center for Disease Control) has stated ...

Sinovac's CEO Discusses Q2 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

And welcome to the Sinovac Biotech ... III clinical study and the NDA was submitted for all three. So these three companies are at a similar stage. We don’t see we have a very clear advantage compared to other two peers to get EV71 vaccine approved ...

TB Screening Outreach Clinic Draws 140 People to Micronesia Mall; Screening Continues TOMORROW

They are anticipating to help up to 1,000 people. Community Health and Nursing Services Administrator Julietta Quinene says the TB screening and MMR vaccine are only required for children that never attended public school. She also says yesterday ...

RBCC Narrows Search for Medical Business Consultant

Fast-growing biotechnology providers Rainbow Coral Corp. (OTCBB: RBCC) announced today that it has narrowed its international search for a medical business director. The applicant selected will be leading RBCC’s campaign to carve out a share ...

Girl, 10, turns into violent 'caged animal' after ear infection

Anna Trickett was a popular, outgoing little girl who excelled at school and enjoyed swimming and family outings to the beach. But she has become just the third person in the UK to be diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder who now shuns daylight ...

Rabies bait drop begins next week

BURLINGTON -- When Robert Johnson, state public health veterinarian, learned of a lethargic skunk with a broken leg that was removed properly from old North Beach in Burlington two weeks ago by a city parks official, he was relieved. "That's a ...

The Central Conflict in 'The Guillotines' Is Tradition vs Progress

The Flying Guillotine, which is how many of us first saw the film) is one of the most memorable movies in the Shaw Brothers cannon, which is saying something big, because they ... There are extensive interviews with all the key players, including Lau ...

Mandatory vaccinations list may be expanded in Ukraine

"The working group recommended to supplement the immunization schedule with the pneumococcal vaccine, which is used by virtually all developed countries against pneumonia, meningococcal vaccine, which can provide a reduction in the structure of meningitis ...

Do heat waves make bowel conditions worse?

People with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis may be more likely to get flare-ups of symptoms during heat waves, a study suggests. Periods of high heat can be harmful, with some people dying each year of heat stress. The risk is especially high for ...

Stroke risk among patients with high blood pressure may be predicted by retina imaging

(dailyRx News) Looking deep into a person’s eyes may hold clues about his or her cardiovascular health. Retinal imaging could become a tool for predicting which patients may have a stroke. Managing high blood pressure (hypertension) is the single most ...

Qld moves to head off Hendra deaths

A deal between Racing Queensland, pharmaceutical company Zoetis (formerly Pfizer) and Equine Veterinarians Australia will ensure the vaccine is affordable, he said. Hendra virus has killed eight horses at eight properties in Queensland and NSW so far this ...

Stick horse rodeo takes practice

There were many elaborate and unique stick horses ridden by children in the Stick Horse Rodeo Tuesday, but Jayden Donne's still stood out. Jayden, 2, rode on a stick reindeer. The reindeer was topped with a red and white Santa hat. The stick ...

4-H Profile: Dylan Krueger

It was a bustling 24 hours of showmanship for Dylan Krueger. After riding in the open class horse show Monday morning, Dylan took to the arena to participate in the 4-H dog show Tuesday afternoon. Dylan, from Ferney, showed his boxer, Happy, to ...

Obese mothers 'a risk to offspring'

They also have a 29% increased chance of being admitted to hospital for heart attacks, angina and stroke than those born to mothers of a normal weight. Experts analysed data for 37,709 babies delivered between 1950 and 1976 in Scotland who were ...

Writer repeated animal test myths

A century ago, Mr Barker's predecessors argued passionately against animal experiments, but the scientists plodded on regardless, giving us the rabies vaccine, insulin – in fact, all human and animal medicines. Anybody who feels this work to be not ...

Big government in bed with Monsanto: How government agents covered up Roundup's birth defects

(NaturalNews) Truly disturbing are the lengths to which big government will go to conspire with big corporations to keep people sick in their reckless pursuit of profits and power. A recent study, published in the Journal of Environmental and Analytical ...

Hepatitis B vaccine halted after 3 newborns die from system shock

(NaturalNews) The Vietnamese Health Department is coming out and ending the use of hepatitis B vaccines throughout the entire country of Vietnam. The decision was made after three different families lost their babies after the precious young ones were ...

Sebelius: If you oppose Obamacare, you are somehow a racist

Not to be outdone, our president himself, Barack Obama - who many thought at one time could finally be the one person to instill racial harmony ... "The Affordable Care Act is the most powerful law for reducing health disparities since Medicare and ...

New research on anti-cancer, blood pressure-lowering plant

This plant was also shown to have positive effects on the cardiovascular system; reducing blood pressure by blocking calcium channels and inhibiting the angiotensin-converting enzyme activity. This effect is also accomplished by the plant's activation of ...

FDA Approves Epaned, a Liquid Form of Enalapril for Children and Adults

DENVER, CO, USA I August 13, 2013 I Silvergate Pharmaceuticals Inc., focused on the development and commercialization of innovative and safe medicines for children, today announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Epaned ...

Were you breastfed or formula fed? - Page 4

She seems a little embarrassed about believing the advice she was given as far as when to wean, and feeding us on schedules (she is proud of "cheating the schedule"- they doctor told her to feed us every 4 hours but she fed us every 3), but also ...

Sinovac Reports Unaudited Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results

©2012 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved. Download the Action 2 News iPhone & iPad app Take Action 2 News On the Go with your iPhone and now the iPad with an all-in-one app! News, weather, health, and more! Appleton Police Concerned with Sign Thefts A rash ...

Scientists Use Stem Cells to Grow Human Heart Tissue

Scientists have been able to grow human heart tissue that contracts spontaneously in a petri dish. A team from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, used induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells generated from human skin cells to create ...

Who can take collagen?

Please inform me whether brest feed mother can take maxx skinn collagen plus? It is very sweet in taste, can the diabetic patient can take it? What are the ingredents? Is it Halal for the Muslims? Please let us know.

When parents don't vaccinate their kids and other kids suffer

And what if that baby dies? That's the sad scenario ... After Caplan wrote a related post for the Harvard Law Blog, angry comments poured in. "This article is industry propaganda at its worst," one commenter declared. Another wrote: "Caplan ...

Common disorder that impairs fertility may be treatable through meal timing (Video)

An overabundance of insulin due to eating at the wrong time of day or night may be treatable by changing the time of day you eat, if you have an issue with polycystic ovaries known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). It's a common disorder that impairs ...

Labor induction a risk factor for autism?

Tuesday Aug 13, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in JAMA Pediatrics has found labor induction intended to speed up the delivery process may increase the risk of autism, which is now found in one out of 50 U.S. children, according to a report on ...

My Turn; Vaccines raise many questions; parents shouldn’t be bullied

I am deeply concerned that our individual freedom to make informed medical decisions is in jeopardy. Recently a reader found my choice to share publicly that I do not vaccinate my children “irresponsible and dangerous” (“Dubious claims in ...

Woodstock Arena Faces Unclear Future

The latter ranges from serving as a backup Woodstock High graduation site to woodworking, antique and book shows, as well as home bouts for an Upper Valley women’s roller derby team. UA was built and has been operated without taxpayer funding ...

Beauregard Parish Sheriff allows backyard breeder to keep breeding sick dogs (Video)

Since May 2013, there have been several complaints to the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office (BPSO) regarding an older couple keeping up to 100 small purebred and designer mixed breed dogs on their ... designer "hybrids" for sale. BPSO has insisted they ...

Ethiopia: The Machakil vaccine and the accompanying cruelty

These places included some regions of Mexico, China, Philippines, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Bangladesh, India, Thailand and Yemen. As with the observed toxic consequences, the vaccine preparations, the selections of persons for “vaccination” and the ...

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