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All the News Posted July 1-2, 2009


Posted July 2, 2009

 

* ►July 3, 2009 - Obama to launch flu campaign - Effort aimed at fighting H1N1 virus - Washington Times

* ►July 3, 2009 - '100,000 fresh swine flu cases a day by August,' says Health Secretary - Spread of swine flu can no longer be contained, Government admits - The Independent, UK

* ►July 3, 2009 - 'Mine was actually quite mild': Four Londoners on their experiences of swine flu - The Guardian, UK

* ►July 3, 2009 - Japan reports first case of Tamiflu-resistant H1N1 flu - Xinhua via China View

►July 3, 2009 - H1N1 Flu update - Three cases confirmed among Family members - Fort Gordon Signal

►July 3, 2009 - Scare stories vs the truth - Getting a grip on what the A (H1N1) pandemic is all about is key to devising a proper approach to handle the disease. - Malaysia Star

* ►July 3, 2009 - Why It's Easy to Steal From Medicare - Arrests in Detroit and Miami are another argument against importing to the rest of the health economy the model that enabled these scams. - Wall Street Journal

* ►July 3, 2009 - Hepatitis A Vaccination Coverage Among Children Aged 24--35 Months --- United States, 2006 and 2007 - MMWR/CDC

* ►July 3, 2009 - QuickStats: Percentage of Young Adults Aged 18--29 Years* with Selected Chronic Conditions,† by Sex --- National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2005--2007 - MMWR/CDC - "During 2005--2007, young women aged 18--29 years (17.4%) were more likely to report having at least one of six selected chronic conditions than young men (12.9%) in the same age group. For both young men and young women, asthma, arthritis, and hypertension were the three most common of the six conditions. Greater percentages of women than men reported having asthma, arthritis, or cancer; similar percentages of women and men reported having hypertension or diabetes."

►July 3, 2009 - Recurring Norovirus Outbreaks in a Long-Term Residential Treatment Facility --- Oregon, 2007 - MMWR/CDC

►July 3, 2009 - Notifiable Diseases/Deaths in Selected Cities Weekly Information - MMWR/CDC

►July 3, 2009 - Wakefield, distortion and the Sunday Times - Left Brain/Right Brain

►July 3, 2009 - Fashola flags off July 2009 sub-national immunization days …Says eradication of polio in Lagos, Nigeria is a must - The Sun News - "He urged the enumerators not to skip any building as they go to the communities to immunize the children, adding, 'Make sure you knock at every door, make sure you enter, make sure you give opportunity to every child in the area you have been assigned to administer this polio vaccine and ensure that we don’t leave any child behind'."

►July 3, 2009 - Bauchi records 42 cases of polio in 6 months - Daily Triumph

* ►July 3, 2009 - Many strains of meningococcal disease: info, warnings issued - Otago Daily Times - "Although the incidence of meningococcal disease had declined as a result of the immunisation project, at any time there might be several strains of the disease doing the rounds, he said. 'Let's not forget that the vaccine was focused on one particular strain of meningococcal disease, however; and we may never know what particular strain this boy [Ryan O'Connell-Cairns] had,' Dr Holmes said."

►July 3, 2009 - Local meningitis experiences - Mayo Advertiser

►July 3, 2009 - Parents urged to immunise against whooping cough - The Hunter New England Area Health Service has renewed a warning to parents and carers to immunise their children against whooping cough. - www.abc.net.au

* ►July 3, 2009 - Whoop cough epidemic - Tweed Daily News, Australia - "Murwillumbah's 'immunisation guru' GP Doug Warne said despite the belief that many people are refusing to vaccinate their children this is not the case. 'Immunisation rates on the Tweed have increased over the past five years,' Dr Warne said. 'In general a small per cent (of parents) have concerns about possible adverse affects of immunisation and despite continuing education refuse it.'"

* ►July 3, 2009 - Boys 'should be vaccinated' in cervical cancer fight - The Scotsman - "Dr Ashraf congratulated the UK governments for introducing the HPV vaccination programme. But he said they had 'missed a trick' in not appearing to recognise that HPV infection affects both male and females. The vaccine chosen for the programme – Cervarix – is effective against two strains of HPV, whereas rival Gardasil also protects against two strains linked to genital warts."

* ►July 2, 2009 - Boys should be given cervical cancer vaccine, says BMA - Boys should be given the cervical cancer vaccine as well as girls in order to protect both sexes against sexually transmitted infections, doctors said. - The Telegraph, UK

* ►July 2, 2009 - Even The Shallows Dry Up: The GMC Hearing June 22nd and 23rd. By Martin J. Walker - Age of Autism

* ►July 2, 2009 - Gluten & autism: case study in Journal of Child Neurology - Teresa Binstock, Researcher in Developmental & Behavioral Neuroanatomy via Generation Rescue

* ►July 2, 2009 - Maine CDC Autism Conference: Intro by Dora Mills (includes video) - Adventures in Autism

* ►July 2, 2009 - Autism and Gene Research. Who Benefits? By Teresa Conrick - Age of Autism

* ►July 2, 2009 - Music a wonder drug for autism - Time of India

* ►July 2, 2009 - Federal probe finds problems with chelation study - AP via NPR

* ►July 2, 2009 - From P.S. 176X, kids with autism get joyful launch (includes video) - CNN - "P.S. 176X is the largest school for children with autism in New York City and very likely the largest in the country, if not the world."

* ►July 2, 2009 - Blast from the Past Post: MESSAGE BOARD BUZZ. Autism Speaks Selects Eric London? - Age of Autism

►July 2, 2009 - Eric London Resigns From Autism Speaks - Examiner.com

►July 2, 2009 - What autism tells us about development of savant skills - Irish Times

►July 2, 2009 - Jon Mitchell, an autistic, says no to neurodiversity, ABA, and special education. - Examiner.com

* ►July 2, 2009 - New flu may not spread like regular flu -studies - * New virus has not quite mutated to human form * Additional changes could worsen spread - Reuters - "Genetic analysis and lab experiments with the virus show it lacks a piece of genetic material that makes ordinary flu viruses so transmissible, a team of U.S. researchers found. Researchers in the Netherlands, meanwhile, found it lives very well in the nose and their findings suggest it has the ability to stay around for a long time -- and get worse. Both studies, published in the journal Science, show that H1N1 swine flu needs to be closely watched, said Dr. Terrence Tumpey of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."

* ►July 2, 2009 - CDC: US swine flu cases rise to nearly 34,000 - AP via Forbes - "The numbers mark an increase from the 127 deaths and nearly 28,000 confirmed and suspected swine flu cases reported last week."

* ►July 2, 2009 - Washington to give antiviral drugs to WHO - Reuters - "The U.S. government said on Thursday it will give 420,000 treatment courses of Tamiflu to the Pan-American Health Organization to help fight the new H1N1 influenza virus in Latin America and the Caribbean."

* ►July 2, 2009 - WHO chief identifies "warning signs" of severe flu - Reuters

* ►July 2, 2009 - Concern over case of drug resistant swine flu - The influenza A H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak has now spread to almost all corners of the world - the last update, # 56, from the World Health Organisation (WHO) says there are now a grand total of 77,201 confirmed cases including 311 deaths. - News-Medical.net

* ►July 2, 2009 - Better Info on H1N1: Cidrap at U. Minnesota - Anthrax Vaccine -- posts by Meryl Nass, M.D.

* ►July 2, 2009 - Swine flu transmission studies suggest new virus is here to stay:experts - Canadian Press via Winnipeg Free Press

* ►July 2, 2009 - Swine flu vaccine made in Europe - The first doses of an H1N1 swine flu vaccine have been produced in Europe - but it will be around two months before any is distributed. (includes video) - BBC - "The doses were produced by Novartis at a plant in Marburg, Germany. The vaccine was made in cell culture, a much faster method than the traditional way of growing it in eggs."

►July 2, 2009 - CDC Raises Hawaii Swine Flu Cases To 616 - State Officials No Longer Providing H1N1 Flu Updates - KITV Honolulu

►July 2, 2009 - MIT and CDC discover why H1N1 flu spreads inefficiently - Flu virus ill-suited for rapid transmission, but researchers say new strain bears watching, could mutate - EurekAlert!

►July 2, 2009 - Latest on H1N1 - Be carefull with Mass Gathering Health Minister say - Daily Kos

►July 2, 2009 - So what happens next? - Swine flu is spreading rapidly in our cities, so rampant that there is no point trying to contain it. Is now the best time to get it? Why are the young more at risk? And what impact will it have in Africa? - The Guardian, UK

►July 2, 2009 - Two People In Miami-Dade Died Of H1N1 Flu - CBS 4

►July 2, 2009 - Share the flu online: 6 disease widgets from the CDC - Examiner.com

►July 2, 2009 - White House to Hold H1N1 Flu Summit - CBS News

►July 2, 2009 - Swine flu quarantine at San Quentin prison - AP via San Jose Mercury News

►July 2, 2009 - Florida Now Has Over 1,000 Cases of Swine Flu - Palm Beach Post

►July 2, 2009 - Swine-flu parties not a good idea: experts - Canwest News Service via National Post

►July 2, 2009 - Health officials ask for two more designated hospitals to tackle H1N1 Flu - Times of India

►July 2, 2009 - ME tracks identity of virus which likely killed athlete Schissel - Kenosha News

►July 2, 2009 - China: Traditional medicine for swine flu - United Press International

* ►July 2, 2009 - Mandatory flu vaccine for Haj, Umrah pilgrims - Zawya

* ►July 2, 2009 - World Health Organisation: TB Vaccine Could Kill Babies With HIV - The One Click Group

* ►July 2, 2009 - Gardasil - the proposed mandatory vaccine for young women - WeeksMD

►July 2, 2009 - Doctors want cervical cancer jab for boys and earlier tests for girls - Doctors today called for the cervical cancer vaccination programme to be rolled out to boys as well as girls. - This is London

►July 2, 2009 - Fury At UK House Of Lords Backhander Debacle - Where Is The Lords' Expenses Raw Data? - The One Click Group

►July 2, 2009 - John Hemming MP Backs EDCM Helping Disabled Children Campaign - The One Click Group

►July 2, 2009 - MP Slams Dangerous UK ContactPoint Child Database - The One Click Group

►July 2, 2009 - FDA Panel Recommends Acetaminophen Restrictions - Elimination of Some Prescription Drugs, Changes in OTC Products Possible - AAFP News Now

►July 2, 2009 - CDC's National Center for Environmental Health Works with Thomson Reuters to Help Identify and Track Illnesses Related to Harmful Algal Blooms - Thomson Reuters via PRNewswire

►July 2, 2009 - FDA likely to delay Acura's abuse-deterring painkiller - Bloomberg via Daily Herald

* ►July 2, 2009 - Washington Changes Childhood Vaccine Program - Washington State Department Of Health via eMaxHealth - "Washington’s program that uses state and federal funds to buy vaccine for all children in the state is changing. Starting July 1, human papillomavirus vaccine will no longer be bought with state money. Next May, state funds will no longer be used to buy any childhood vaccine — allowing time to plan a smooth transition so there are no breaks in vaccinating kids. The state will continue using federal funding to buy vaccines for low income children."

►July 2, 2009 - Asia Pacific vaccines market requires flexible, targeted portfolios - Spanning one third of the globe's circumference and home to more than half of the world's population, the Asia Pacific region is incredibly diverse. This year's World Vaccine Congress Asia highlighted the enormous variation in the vaccine landscape in the region, owing to a myriad of political, cultural, economic and geographic differences, say analysts Datamonitor. - Pharmafocus.com

►July 2, 2009 - 20 catch the mumps - The Scotsman

►July 2, 2009 - Call for vaccinations after rise in mumps - Buxton Advertiser, UK

►July 2, 2009 - Measles outbreak in Brighton and Hove - The Argus.co.uk

►July 2, 2009 - Health Dept. Urges Measles Vaccinations - New York Times City Room Blog

* ►July 2, 2009 - City's Health Department issues measles alert after 11 confirmed cases in Brooklyn - New York Daily News

* ►July 2, 2009 - Hepatitis B Virus Mutations May Predict Risk Of Liver Cancer - Certain mutations in the DNA of the hepatitis B virus (HBV) are associated with the development of liver cancer and may help predict which patients with HBV infections are at increased risk of the disease, according to a large meta-analysis in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, published online July 2. - Journal of the National Cancer Institute, via EurekAlert!, a service of AAAS. via ScienceDaily

* ►July 2, 2009 - Springs surgery tech suspected of exposing thousands to hepatitis C - Colorado Springs Gazette - "Federal officials Thursday warned that about 6,000 surgery patients, including 1,000 at a Colorado Springs surgery center, are at risk of having been infected by an operating room technician with hepatitis C."

►July 2, 2009 - New cases of whooping cough confirmed - With the number of confirmed whooping cough cases in Santa Barbara County jumping to 14 this year — including 11 in the month of June — health officials reiterated their call for local residents to be vaccinated for the highly contagious respiratory infection. - The Daily Sound

►July 2, 2009 - Committee formed to review FBI anthrax investigation - Frederick News-Post - "The study will take 18 months and will cost approximately $880,000. The academy will take comments on the web at www8.nationalacademies.org/cp/CommitteeView.aspx?key=49105."

►July 2, 2009 - A ticket and some important tips - Admittance to hip-hop show again lures crowds to HIV testing - Houston Chronicle

►July 2, 2009 - ‘Genetic arms race’ between bacteria, viruses subject of stimulus grant - MSU News, Michigan State University

►July 2, 2009 - E. Coli Outbreaks from Cookie Dough and Beef Expanding: CDC - AboutLawsuits.com

* ►July 1, 2009 - Novel H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu) - CIDRAP News

* ►July 1, 2009 - Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 - update 56 - World Health Organization

►July 1, 2009 - Avian influenza - situation in Egypt - update 20 - World Health Organization

►July 1, 2009 - Strides seen on swine flu vaccine - Tests on animals effective, Vical says - San Diego Union-Tribune - "The San Diego biotech company Vical reported encouraging animal-test results yesterday of a vaccine against H1N1 influenza A — swine flu — less than two months after launching the project."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Swine flu concerns rise in Southern Hemisphere - Several provinces in Argentina declared a health emergency Tuesday as the number of H1N1 cases continues to rise. - Christian Science Monitor

* ►July 1, 2009 - Hospital: Man treated for flu before diagnosis - Doctors suspected H1N1 strain from start - Las Vegas Review - "The chief nursing officer at MountainView Hospital said Tuesday that the 33-year-old man who died last weekend as a result of the H1N1 virus was treated as though he had the disease from the day he was admitted, despite the fact that he was not diagnosed until well into his 13-day hospitalization. According to registered nurse Helen Vos, John Talley told hospital officials he had been ill 'for more than a week' before he turned up at the hospital's emergency room for treatment of flulike symptoms on June 15. She said doctors suspected the H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu, but a so-called 'rapid' test came back negative."

►July 1, 2009 - Vaccinations warning as mumps on rise - An increase in mumps across the county has led to a warning from health chiefs about vaccinations. - Whitehaven News, UK

►July 1, 2009 - FDA: Thinking Outside The Black Box - CNBC

* ►July 1, 2009 - Monsanto's Roundup Kills Human Cells - Adventures in Autism

* ►June 30, 2009 - Food Hypersensitivity & Bisphenol A - Teresa Binstock, Researcher in Developmental & Behavioral Neuroanatomy via Generation Rescue

* ►June 30, 2009 - Parents haunted by cadet's peanut death - Nathan Francis was 13 when he died from anaphylactic shock after eating one mouthful of food containing peanuts at an Army cadet camp. - The World Today via www.abc.net.au

►June 30, 2009 - Pitt Study Traces Origins Of Swine Flu - XPXI Pittsburgh

►June 30, 2009 - Elderly, kids urged to skip hajj over swine flu (requires registration) - AP via Washington Post

►June 30, 2009 - CDC awards Perot with $119 million IT contract (requires registration) - ModernHealthcare.com

►June 30, 2009 - Sock! Pow! Blam! - Further adventures in the fight against malaria, as the Gates Foundations seeks to stomp it out permanently. - Crosscut.com

►June 30, 2009 - Young people in South Cumbria warned as mumps cases increase - Teenagers and young adults in South Cumbria are being advised to keep up to date with their mumps jabs. - North West Evening Mail, UK

►June 29, 2009 - Increases in child immunization fees - KCBD.com

* ►June 29, 2009 - Vexing Vaccinations - More Florida parents challenge, push limits of immunization law - Orlando Sentinel

►June 29, 2009 - Xencor Appoints Jeffrey V. Ravetch of The Rockefeller University to its Scientific Advisory Board - press release - Xencor, Inc. via Business Wire

►June 29, 2009 - CSPI Urges FDA to Seize Stockpiles of Bayer One A Day for Men - New Evidence Undermines Bayer’s Prostate Health Claims - Center for Science in the Public Interest

* ►June 29, 2009 - New Nanoparticles Help Fight Meningitis - They could be useful in fighting other brain infections as well - Softpedia - "A newly bioengineered peptide nanoparticle has the ability to pass through the blood-brain barrier and provide localized care to brain regions affected by meningitis, as well as by other antibiotics-resistant bacteria and pathogens."

►June 25, 2009 - No arms, no legs but all the love in the world: Terrible price paid by four-year-old boy who beat meningitis - Daily Mail, UK

►June 24, 2009 - Experts' measles warning as first case identified in Cardiff - WalesOnline

►June 24, 2009 - Beijing Agreed CNY550mn in A-type H1N1 Flu Vaccine Storage - SinoCast Daily Business Beat via COMTEX via Trading Markets

►June 23, 2009 - German authorities warn of swine flu mutation risk - * Expert sees autumn risk in northern hemisphere * Merkel says Germany is prepared, coordinating with others - Reuters via National Post

►June 23, 2009 - County prepares for H1N1 vaccine - The Sanford Herald

►June 23, 2009 - Carlisle boy overcomes the odds to beat meningitis - They said he wouldn’t pull through, then they said he’d never walk again but Connor Tyson has proved all the doctors wrong to earn his nickname “Miracle Boy”. - News & Star

►June 16, 2009 - FDA Protects Your Pets from Mercury But Not You Until Now By Charlie Brown, JD - Corne Smith

►June 15, 2009 - Autism Vaccine Debate (includes video) - WKRG.com

* ►June 11, 2009 - Immunization Works! Special Issue June 11, 2009 - Immunization Works! via CDC - "Syncope has been reported after administration of other adolescent and adult vaccines, so it is not unique to Gardasil or even vaccines. Syncope can also occur with certain medications, after blood donation or in response to pain. Jerking movements, loss of bladder control, and other signs that resemble seizures may occur, but these do NOT mean that the person is having a seizure. Syncope and its associated signs and symptoms usually last only a short time (seconds to minutes) and resolve when the patient is placed in a position, such as lying down, to restore adequate blood flow to the brain."

* ►June 10, 2009 - Government and CDC Finally Agree to do Extensive Research into Vaccine Safety . . . Maybe - AskDrSears

Even The Shallows Dry Up - The GMC Hearing Monday June 22nd and Tuesday June 23rd. (pdf) - Martin Walker via Rescue Post

 

Posted July 1, 2009

 

* ►August 2009 - Age-appropriate use of human papillomavirus vaccines in the U.S. - journal article (Gynecologic Oncology) - "HPV vaccine introduction should be considered in the context of a very successful cervical cancer screening program that has reduced the rates of cervical cancer by 75% or more. Thus, HPV vaccines will only prevent an incremental number of additional cervical cancers in the U.S."

* ►August 2009 - Use of Revised International Health Regulations during Influenza A (H1N1) Epidemic, 2009 (pdf) - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

* ►August 2009 - Reproducibility of Serologic Assays for Influenza Virus A (H5N1) (pdf) - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

* ►August 2009 - Association between human papillomavirus and Epstein-Barr virus infections in human oral carcinogenesis - journal article (Medical Hypotheses)

* ►August 2009 - Lactobacillus and bifidobacteria combinations: A strategy to reduce hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile diarrhea incidence and mortality - journal article (Medical Hypotheses)

* ►July 2, 2009 - mTOR regulates memory CD8 T-cell differentiation - journal article (Nature) - "Treatment of mice with rapamycin following acute lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus infection enhanced not only the quantity but also the quality of virus-specific CD8 T cells. Similar effects were seen after immunization of mice with a vaccine based on non-replicating virus-like particles. In addition, rapamycin treatment also enhanced memory T-cell responses in non-human primates following vaccination with modified vaccinia virus Ankara."

* ►July 2, 2009 - The Role of Medical Liability Reform in Federal Health Care Reform (free full text) - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - A Win–Win Approach to Financing Health Care Reform (free full text) - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - The Individual Mandate — An Affordable and Fair Approach to Achieving Universal Coverage (free full text) - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - A Higher Bar — Vermont's New Law on Marketing Prescribed Products (free full text) - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - Cyclic AMP intoxication of macrophages by a Mycobacterium tuberculosis adenylate cyclase - journal article (Nature)

►July 2, 2009 - Enhancing CD8 T-cell memory by modulating fatty acid metabolism - journal article (Nature)

►July 2, 2009 - Common variants conferring risk of schizophrenia - journal article (Nature)

►July 2, 2009 - MicroRNA-mediated switching of chromatin-remodelling complexes in neural development - journal article (Nature)

* ►July 2, 2009 - Common polygenic variation contributes to risk of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder - journal article (Nature)

►July 2, 2009 - Common variants on chromosome 6p22.1 are associated with schizophrenia - journal article (Nature)

►July 2, 2009 - Gene Therapy for Brain Cancer - Clinical Cancer Research via Ivanhoe

►July 2, 2009 - The Effect of Medicare Part D on Drug and Medical Spending - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - Tattoo Allergy - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - Triple-Reassortant Swine Influenza A (H1) in Humans in the United States, 2005–2009 (correction)- journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - Emergence of a Novel Swine-Origin Influenza A (H1N1) Virus in Humans (correction) - journal article (NEJM)

►July 2, 2009 - School settles enrolment of autistic teenager in High Court - Irish Times - "A secondary school which refused to enrol a 14-year-old boy with autism has settled its High Court action over a decision requiring it to enrol the boy."

* ►July 2, 2009 - Solutions for Forced Vaccinations and Flu Pandemics - NaturalNews.com

* ►July 2, 2009 - Swine flu cases reach over 77,000 worldwide: WHO - AFP via Sydney Morning Herald

►July 2, 2009 - Swine flu party idea 'foolhardy' - Brisbane Times

►July 2, 2009 - Swine flu 'twice as deadly for kids' as normal influenza - AAP via The Age

►July 2, 2009 - K-9 influenza outbreak reported in Central Jersey - Millstone Examiner

►July 2, 2009 - Warning after boy dies - Otago Daily Times, New Zealand - "A 14-year-old Bannockburn boy has died after apparently contracting meningococcal disease."

►July 2, 2009 - Vietnam now makes measles vaccine - The first Vietnamese-made measles vaccine will be used in the National Expanded Programme for Immunisation (EPI). - VOVNews.vn

►July 2, 2009 - Sierra Leone: 'Polio is Common in U-5 Children' Dr. Samba - Concord Times (Freetown) via AllAfrica.com

►July 2, 2009 - 4.7% Pakistanis infected with hepatitis C - High rate of prevalence of hepatitis in Pakistan is mainly because of less effective awareness campaigns - The News International, Pakistan

* ►July 1, 2009 - PCC Orders Sunday Times To Remove Brian Deer/Dr Andrew Wakefield Stories From Website - Thoughtful House via The One Click Group

* ►July 1, 2009 - A "Refrigerator Mother" Adult with Autism Speaks Out By Roger Kulp - Age of Autism

* ►July 1, 2009 - Eric London Resigns from Autism Speaks By Katie Wright - Age of Autism

* ►July 1, 2009 - The Human Condition: Claudia Kalb: Another Resignation At Autism Speaks - Newsweek - "This week, Dr. Eric London, a member of Autism Speaks’s Scientific Affairs Committee, ... In his letter of resignation, London said that Autism Speaks’s argument that 'there might be rare cases of ‘biologically-plausible’ vaccine involvement…are misleading and disingenuous.' He goes on to charge the organization with 'adversely impacting' autism research."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Second Resignation from Autism Speaks Reflects Concerns Over Vaccine-Related Research - Autism Blog via http://autism.about.com

►July 1, 2009 - Autism Researcher Resigns From Position with Advocacy Organization - Education Week News On Special Education Blog

* ►July 1, 2009 - Manchin Signs Autism Bill - WSAZ.com - "Gov. Manchin signed the bill in a ceremony at Marshall University which is home to to the West Virginia Autism Training Center. The measure gives families of children with autism spectrum disorders a tax deduction for contributions to a trust fund that may be used when the kids become adults."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Autism One Radio: Polly Tommey & Martin Walker from UK on Closing Speeches at the GMC in London - Age of Autism

►July 1, 2009 - Press Complaints Commission Orders Sunday Times to Remove Deer's Stories on Dr. Wakefield - Press Complaints Commission Orders Sunday Times to Remove MMR Journalist’s Stories on Dr. Wakefield from Paper’s Web Site - Work by Reporter Brian Deer is at Center of Investigation Being Conducted by Medical Regulators - Age of Autism

►July 1, 2009 - Autism Speaks louder - Nantucket Independent

►July 1, 2009 - Autism movie by- ‘Imperative Pictures’: An idea whose time has come - Examiner.com

►July 1, 2009 - Children of older parents at increased risk of autism - Children born to older parents or whose mother suffered complications during pregnancy are at increased risk of developing autism, a review of research has found. - The Telegraph, UK

►July 1, 2009 - New Law Effective Today Will Provide Free Mercury Thermostat Recycling & Help Protect Public Health - More Collection Locations Will Help Californians Recycle Toxic Thermostats - press release - California Product Stewardship Council via PRNewswire

* ►July 1, 2009 - Celiac disease four times more common than in '50s - CTV - "Dr. Joseph Murray, a Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist who led the study, said the researchers do not know why celiac disease has become more prevalent in the last fifty years. '(Celiac disease) now affects about one in a hundred people,' Murray said."

* ►July 1, 2009 - TB vaccine could kill babies with HIV: WHO - AP via CTV - "WHO says a three-year study in South Africa found babies born with HIV had a higher risk of contracting a deadly form of TB if given the widely used BCG vaccine. The study recommends not vaccinating babies with HIV and delaying vaccination for those babies whose HIV status is unknown. The study was published Wednesday in the journal Bulletin of the World Health Organization."

* ►July 1, 2009 - HIV vaccine makers ready for human testing - CTV - "Sumagen Canada, which is a subsidiary of a Korean drug research company, says it is prepared to start a clinical trial for the vaccine as soon as the FDA gives its approval."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Swine Flu - Lab Accident Caused 'Pandemic' Claims NEJM - The Telegraph via The One Click Group

* ►July 1, 2009 - Swine flu triples - UK swine flu cases have TRIPLED in a week to 6,500, Gordon Brown told MPs yesterday. - The Sun, UK

* ►July 1, 2009 - Trial of Novel H1N1 ‘Swine’ Flu candidate vaccine to take place in Adelaide - CSL via PharmiWeb.com - "CSL Limited, Australia’s leading biopharmaceutical company, will shortly be commencing a clinical trial of a candidate vaccine against Novel H1N1 ‘Swine’ Flu. The trial will be undertaken in partnership with Clinical Research Organisation CMAX and the Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia. Healthy adults aged between 18 and 64 years are being sought to participate, and must be available to meet four appointments in Adelaide over a 6 month period."

* ►July 1, 2009 - CDC's Advisory Committee Gives Thumbs-up to New Antiviral Recs - Agency Gearing Up for Possible H1N1 Vaccine Distribution - AAFP News Now

* ►July 1, 2009 - Findings from H1N1 Countermeasures Strategy and Decision Making Forum to be discussed during teleconference - SmartBrief - "The National Biodefense Science Board will be holding a public teleconference to discuss the findings from the June 18 and 19 H1N1 Countermeasures Strategy and Decision Making Forum. According to a June 30 Federal Register notice, the teleconference, which will be held July 17 from noon to 2 p.m. EDT, will give the public the opportunity to comment on a proposed report of the findings. Read the Federal Register notice."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Argentine workers suspected of passing flu to pigs - * Second suspected case of humans infecting swine * Infected Argentine pigs recovered and none died - Reuters

►July 1, 2009 - Argentina gets new health minister amid swine flu - AP via Forbes

►July 1, 2009 - WHO working on formulas to model swine flu spread - AP via Google

►July 1, 2009 - Vical shares jump as it aces swine flu study - FierceVaccines

►July 1, 2009 - Update. Influenza A (H1N1) Regional Report (July 1 2009) - Pan American Health Organization

►July 1, 2009 - Up to seven Ohio youths catch swine flu at camp - The Columbus Dispatch

►July 1, 2009 - H1N1 death toll in Boston rises to 4 - NECN.com

* ►July 1, 2009 - White House Plans Flu Summit Next Week - CNN Political Ticker - "Senior Obama administration officials stressed the summit, which will be convened July 9 at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, is being held strictly as a precautionary measure to make sure the U.S. is prepared for any potential swine flu outbreak, and not because of any specific fear of a crisis. President Obama will be traveling next week to Russia, Italy and Ghana on a foreign trip, so the summit will be chaired by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, according to the officials."

* ►July 1, 2009 - CDC: U.S. may need 600 million swine flu vaccine doses - CNN

►July 1, 2009 - Swine flu could affect 33% of NI - A third of the population in Northern Ireland could be infected with swine flu in the autumn, the health minister has predicted. - BBC

►July 1, 2009 -  Jackson Township NJ elementary school student dies from H1N1 virus - JacksonNJOnline.com

►July 1, 2009 - Ontario Reports more Deaths Linked to H1N1 Virus - 580 CFRA

►July 1, 2009 - Swine Flu Parties - Social gatherings staged to spread swine flu, with the aim of contracting the virus before it becomes more virulent. (requires registration) - The New York Times

►July 1, 2009 - Swine-flu shots to be available by October - Health officials studying severe case - The Globe and Mail

* ►July 1, 2009 - Vaccine-Induced, Simian Immunodeficiency Virus-Specific CD8+ T Cells Reduce Virus Replication but Do Not Protect from Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Disease Progression - journal article (The Journal of Immunology)

* ►July 1, 2009 - Do not party 'til swine flu comes home - Republican American - "Internet forums have been buzzing with posts encouraging people to host social gatherings with at least one person infected with the virus, technically known as H1N1. The thinking is that if children get the current, mild form of the flu, they will be protected or immune from a possibly more virulent version of the virus in the fall or winter. Dr. Michael Simms, director of infectious diseases at Saint Mary's Hospital in Waterbury, pointed out that, unlike measles, mumps, rubella or chicken pox, there is no such thing as immunity from the flu."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Roche To Offer Developing Countries Discounted Tamiflu - Kaiser Global Health

* ►July 1, 2009 - Novartis Animal Health Expands Staff - Pork Industry News - "Novartis Animal Health has announced the expansion of its U.S. swine sales team – increasing its total number of U.S. swine sales, marketing and technical service professionals to 20. The expansion is a demonstration of Novartis Animal Health’s long term commitment to the U.S. swine industry, according to Steve Boren, vice president of sales and marketing for the Novartis Animal Health U.S. Farm Animal Business."

* ►July 1, 2009 - New tool for grant seekers (requires registration) - The Scientist

* ►July 1, 2009 - Union busting at NIEHS? (requires registration) - The Scientist

►July 1, 2009 - Vigilance is best summertime defense from Lyme disease-carrying ticks - New York Daily News

* ►July 1, 2009 - Vaccine-Induced CD8+ T Cell-Dependent Suppression of Airway Hyperresponsiveness and Inflammation - journal article (The Journal of Immunology)

►July 1, 2009 - Immunization with the DNA-Encoding N-Terminal Domain of Proteophosphoglycan of Leishmania donovani Generates Th1-Type Immunoprotective Response against Experimental Visceral Leishmaniasis - journal article (The Journal of Immunology)

►July 1, 2009 - Tuberculos Is Associated with a Down-Modulatory Lung Immune Response That Impairs Th1-Type Immunity - journal article (The Journal of Immunology)

►July 1, 2009 - Gene variations hinder mental illness tests: study - Reuters

►July 1, 2009 - UCLA collaboration identifies immune system link to schizophrenia - Disruptions also found in cellular pathways involved in memory and cognition - University of California - Los Angeles via EurekAlert!

►July 1, 2009 - Lantus (insulin glargine) - Audience - Diabetes healthcare professionals, patients - FDA - "Three of the four studies suggest an increased risk for cancer associated with use of Lantus."

►July 1, 2009 - Varenicline (marketed as Chantix) and Bupropion (marketed as Zyban, Wellbutrin, and generics) - Audience - Neuropsychiatric healthcare professionals, patients - FDA

►July 1, 2009 - GOP: EPA hid global warming memo - The Washington Times

►July 1, 2009 - Fusion Loop Peptide of the West Nile Virus Envelope Protein Is Essential for Pathogenesis and Is Recognized by a Therapeutic Cross-Reactive Human Monoclonal Antibody - journal article (The Journal of Immunology)

►July 1, 2009 - Downstream Signals for MyD88-Mediated Phagocytosis of Borrelia burgdorferi Can Be Initiated by TRIF and Are Dependent on PI3K - journal article (The Journal of Immunology)

* ►July 1, 2009 - Novartis sees FDA decision on Menveo early 2010 -  * US regulator seeks more data on meningitis vaccine * Company expects to provide full response in 2009 * No new clinical trials necessary - Reuters

* ►July 1, 2009 - HPV Vaccination Not Cost Effective In The Netherlands, Study Shows - Even under favorable assumptions, including lifelong protection against 70% of all cervical cancers and no side effects, vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV) is not cost-effective in the Netherlands, according to a study published online July 1 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. - ScienceDaily

* ►July 1, 2009 - Gardasil may have cosmetic adverse effect - The HPV vaccine Gardasil may occasionally cause subcutaneous fat loss at the injection site in some women as a rare side effect, according to doctors at Monash University. - 6minutes.com.au - "Writing in the journal Vaccine (online 23 June), researchers at the department of infectious diseases report two cases of involutional lipoatrophy that occurred in women aged 23 and 25, after they received the first dose of the quadrivalent HPV vaccine in the deltoid area. ... Lipoatrophy might be caused by the aluminium component of vaccines inducing an inflammatory reaction via the secretion of cytokines, that induce tissue injury and subsequent fibrosis and sclerosis, they suggest."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Fawcett's death spotlights a rare cancer - AP via Yahoo! - "'Farrah Fawcett puts a face to the cancer for women,' added Saraiya, an epidemiologist who has studied anal cancer. It's less clear whether Fawcett's story will have any effect on promotion of a vaccine that targets HPV, human papilloma virus, which is blamed for cervical cancer and linked to most anal cancers. ... Piro, Fawcett's doctor, said Gardasil is an important but underused defense against cancer, and strongly endorsed increased vaccinations. But he and others stopped short of saying it should be touted as a measure that will save women from Fawcett's fate. HPV has been linked to roughly 70 percent of all anal cancers, and is believed to cause 90 percent of the squamous-cell form of anal cancer. Fawcett had the squamous-cell type of cancer. But in an interview with The Associated Press, Piro said 'her tumor was not necessarily associated with' HPV. He declined further detail, citing her medical privacy."

* ►July 1, 2009 - Father told police he doesn't believe in doctors - AP via KGW.com - "Raylene and Carl Brent Worthington of Oregon City are members of the Followers of Christ Church and are accused of manslaughter and criminal mistreatment in the March 2008 death of their child, Ava."

* ►July 1, 2009 - 12 hospitalized in connection with E. coli in beef - AP via Yahoo!

* ►July 1, 2009 - Today in Bad Government - Motley Fool - "Today in Bad Government (TBG) starts in America at the normally shill-tastic SmartMoney website, where Brigid McMenamin presents you with 10 Things Your Congressperson Won't Tell You.  Did you know that lobbying is the top career choice for departing Congresspersons. 'According to a 2005 report by Public Citizen, since 1998 more than 43 percent of all eligible departing congresspeople went into lobbying.'"

* ►July 1, 2009 - Painkillers at a crossroads as FDA decision looms - Philadelphia Inquirer

* ►July 1, 2009 - Rangel: Drug Firms Have Been Stealing - House Chairman Says Health Care Providers Have Been Stealing - AP via CBS News

* ►July 1, 2009 - FDA: Anti-smoking drugs can make you crazy - Booster Shots Blog via Los Angeles Times - "The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday announced it has ordered the makers of the prescription anti-smoking medications Zyban and Chantix (also known by their pharmaceutical names bupropion and varenicline) to warn patients that taking the drugs may cause changes in behavior and mood, including hostility, agitation, depression and suicidal thoughts or behavior."

►July 1, 2009 - FDA Tells Patients to Stick With Diabetes Drug Linked to Cancer - HealthDay via Atlanta Journal-Constitution

►July 1, 2009 - CDC: Private health care coverage at 50-year-low - AP via Google

►July 1, 2009 - Dunkin' Donuts pulls drinks in salmonella concern - Bloomberg via The News Journal via Delawareonline.com

►July 1, 2009 - County health department verifies meningitis case at OU-L - Lancaster Eagle Gazette

►July 1, 2009 - IRC Responds to Measles Outbreak Among Somali Refugees in Kenya's Congested Camps - International Rescue Committee (IRC) via Reuters AlertNet

►July 1, 2009 - Researchers Testing Virus-Gene Therapy Combination Against Melanoma - UC San Diego School of Medicine

►July 1, 2009 - Cases of whooping cough on the rise - Vaccinations can prevent spread of infection - WISHtv.com

►July 1, 2009 - Eight Whooping Cough Cases Identified in Santa Barbara - Those Exhibiting Symptoms Are Encouraged to Contact Healthcare Providers - The Santa Barbara Independent

* ►July 1, 2009 - Lagos to establish immunisation posts for children - Vanguard, Nigeria - "To check imported cases of Wild Polio Virus (WPV) in the state, the Lagos State Government is to  establish permanent posts to monitor the immunization status of children coming into the state with a view to immunize them."

►July 1, 2009 - A sudden pain: Anderson woman explains how she was paralyzed overnight - Anderson Independent Mail - "Mayo Clinic research shows that Guillain-Barre syndrome is rare, affecting only one in about every 100,000 people."

►July 1, 2009 - The First AIDS Cure that the Press Forgot - Daily Kos

* ►July 1, 2009 - Doctor gets probation, fine, reprimand in hepatitis outbreak - Las Vegas Review-Journal

* ►July 1, 2009 - Hepatitis E Infection More Widespread in the U.S. than Previously Suspected - press release - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - "The study found antibodies indicating exposure to HEV in 21 percent of the U.S. population between 1988 and 1994."

►July 1, 2009 - Graduate sues bank for hepatitis B discrimination - China Daily
 
►July 1, 2009 - Plane passengers grounded after Hepatitis A scare - WTOP.com

►July 1, 2009 - K-State Vet Reminds Horse Owners to Vaccinate - Busy horse owners reminded to make sure vaccinations current. - Kansas Farmer

►July 1, 2009 - Pit bulls and rabies vaccine laws start today - The Wichita Eagle via Kansas.com - "People who own dogs and cats may now get rabies vaccinations at least once every three years — instead of every year. Ferrets need vaccinations every year."

►July 1, 2009 - Animals at Suffolk shelter to receive vaccinations on arrival - The Virginian-Pilot

►July 1, 2009 - Morphotek(R), Inc. Announces a Research Collaboration Agreement with Synageva BioPharma Corporation to Develop Potential Treatments for Cancer and Infectious Disease - press release - Morphotek(R), Inc. via PRNewswire

* ►July 2009 - Change in knowledge of women about cervix cancer, human papilloma virus (HPV) and HPV vaccination due to introduction of HPV vaccines - journal article (European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology)

* ►July 2009 - Cytokine Imbalance after Measles Virus Infection Has No Correlation with Immune Suppression - journal article (Journal of Virology)

* ►July 2009 - Eczema Herpeticum and Clinical Criteria for Investigating Smallpox - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

* ►July 2009 - Potential Impact of a 2-Person Security Rule on BioSafety Level 4 Laboratory Workers - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

* ►July 2009 - Invasions by Eurasian Avian Influenza Virus H6 Genes and Replacement of the Virus' North American Clade - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

* ►July 2009 - Differences in serum cytokine levels between influenza virus A and B infections in children - journal article (Cytokine)

►July 2009 - Fever, Abdominal Pain, and Leukopenia in a 13-Year-Old: A Case-Based Review of Meningococcemia - journal article (Journal of Emergency Medicine)

* ►July 2009 - Loss of language in early development of autism and specific language impairment - journal article (Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines)

* ►July 2009 - Orienting of visual attention among persons with autism spectrum disorders: reading versus responding to symbolic cues - journal article (Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology)

* ►July 2009 - Eye-movement patterns are associated with communicative competence in autistic spectrum disorders - journal article (Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines)

* ►July 2009 - The prevalence of autism spectrum disorders: impact of diagnostic instrument and non-response bias - journal article (Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines)

* ►July 2009 - Self-referenced memory, social cognition, and symptom presentation in autism - journal article (Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines)

* ►July 2009 - Autism and Hypoplastic Corpus Callosum in a Case of Monocentric Marker Chromosome 15 - journal article (Pediatric Neurology)

* ►July 2009 - Antidepressant-Induced Suicidality: Implications for Clinical Practice - journal article (Southern Medical Journal)

►July 2009 - Increasing organismal healthspan by enhancing mitochondrial protein quality control - journal article (Nature Cell Biology)

►July 2009 - Intestinal barrier function: Molecular regulation and disease pathogenesis - journal article (Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology)

►July 2009 - Rolandic Mitochondrial Encephalomyelopathy and MT-ND3 Mutations - journal article (Pediatric Neurology)

►July 2009 - Clusters of Multidrug-Resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis Cases, Europe - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Latent Tuberculosis and Active Tuberculosis Disease Rates among the Homeless, New York, New York, USA, 1992–2006 - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Tick-borne Relapsing Fever and Borrelia hermsii, Los Angeles County, California, USA - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Rickettsia slovaca and R. raoultii in Tick-borne Rickettsioses - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Bartonella rochalimae and Other Bartonella spp. in Fleas, Chile - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Multiple Origins of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Serotype Asia 1 Outbreaks, 2003–2007 - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Relapse Associated with Active Disease Caused by Beijing Strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis - journal article (Emerging Infectious Diseases)

►July 2009 - Antibodies Against Deamidated Gliadin as New and Accurate Biomarkers of Childhood Coeliac Disease - journal article (Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition)

►July 2009 - Conscientiousness as a mediator of the association between masculinized finger-length ratios and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) - journal article (Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines)

►July 2009 - Neurobehavior at Term and White and Gray Matter Abnormalities in Very Preterm Infants - journal article (The Journal of Pediatrics)

►July 2009 - Childhood Onset Major Depressive Disorder: Course of Illness and Psychiatric Comorbidity in a Community Sample - journal article (The Journal of Pediatrics)

* ►July 2009 - Event-Related fMRI of Inhibitory Control in the Predominantly Inattentive and Combined Subtypes of ADHD - journal article (Journal of Neuroimaging)

►July 2009 - Sublingual immunotherapy for allergic respiratory diseases: An evaluation of meta-analyses - journal article (Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology)

►July 2009 - Diagnostic Criteria for Eosinophilic Esophagitis: A 5-year Retrospective Review in a Pediatric Population - journal article (Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition)

* ►July 2009 - Alzheimer's disease and infection: Do infectious agents contribute to progression of Alzheimer's disease? - journal article (Alzheimer's & Dementia) - "Infections with herpes simplex virus type 1, picornavirus, Borna disease virus, Chlamydia pneumoniae, Helicobacter pylori, and spirochete were reported to contribute to the pathophysiology of AD or to cognitive changes. Based on these reports, it may be hypothesized that central nervous system or systemic infections may contribute to the pathogenesis or pathophysiology of AD, and chronic infection with several pathogens should be considered a risk factor for sporadic AD. If this hypothesis holds true, early intervention against infection may delay or even prevent the future development of AD."

►July 2009 - Effects of Cranberry Juice on Pharmacokinetics of β-Lactam Antibiotics following Oral Administration - journal article (Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy)

* ►July 2009 - Press Complaints Commission Orders Sunday Times to Remove MMR journalist’s Stories on Dr. Wakefield from Paper’s Web Site - Work by Reporter Brian Deer is at Center of Investigation Being Conducted by Medical Regulators - press release - Thoughtful House

►July 2009 - ARI e-newsletter - Autism Research Institute

►July 2009 - The Autism Calendar - Schafer Autism Report

►June 30, 2009 - Prominent Dems propose pay plan for health overhaul - USA Today

►June 30, 2009 - Catalyst bags potential $500M deal with Wyeth - Wyeth via FierceBiotech

* ►June 30, 2009 - NAAR Founder Eric London Resigns from Autism Speaks citing Disagreement over Vaccine Research - Autism Science Foundation

* ►June 30, 2009 - Canada-U.S. may go differently on vaccine production - Canadian Press via CTV - "Canada and the United States may go separate ways when deciding whether powerful boosting compounds called adjuvants should be added to swine flu vaccines, experts suggest. Canada will likely use adjuvanted swine flu vaccine, says Dr. David Butler-Jones, head of the Public Health Agency of Canada. But it is not a slam-dunk that regulatory authorities south of the border will clear adjuvanted flu vaccines for a U.S. mass vaccination campaign -- if one takes place -- this fall, some American experts say. 'The risk-benefit of using an adjuvant in a population in which you don't have a lot of data, i.e. younger people . . . has to be balanced against ... what's going on,' says Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases."

* ►June 30, 2009 - Swine flu: lab accident may have caused pandemic - The swine flu pandemic sweeping the world might not have happened without a laboratory accident in the 1970s, a new study claims. - The Telegraph, UK

* ►June 30, 2009 - Wayne Marasco: A Shot at a Universal Flu Vaccine - Protection from swine flu, bird flu, and other viruses may evolve from a researcher's recent discovery - U.S. News World Report

* ►June 30, 2009 - Inovio Gets Help in Testing Its H1N1 DNA Vaccine Candidates - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

* ►June 30, 2009 - Local Firm Leading Effort To Develop Swine Flu Vaccine (includes video) - KGTV San Diego - "Vical specializes in DNA vaccines. They got the Swine Flu gene sequence from the CDC and used that to develop the vaccine. 'Our advantage is speed. We can produce this vaccine very quickly. The other manufacturers, unfortunately, have to produce the vaccine using chicken eggs, which can take four to six months,' Smith said."

* ►June 30, 2009 - Health Experts Say U.S. Is Prepared for Swine Flu Pandemic - CQ Politics - "One worry is that the United States won’t be prepared for a mass immunization campaign, if one is necessary. 'The real concern is getting organized throughout the country to administer what we need to administer,' Fineberg said. But there likely won’t be a need for widespread immunizations. 'H1N1 now is acting like a seasonal flu that is out of season,' Fauci said."

►June 30, 2009 - Health officials say antiviral resistance likely in some pandemic flu cases - CIDRAP News

►June 30, 2009 - Influenza A(H1N1): 'Over-dramatic media reports' concern Tourism Minister - Malaysia's stringent measures in combating the H1N1 flu has created fear among foreign visitors. - New Straits Times

►June 30, 2009 - Swine flu linked to isle death - Honolulu Star-Bulletin

►June 30, 2009 - Death toll of A/H1N1 rises to 14 in Texas - Xinhua via China View

►June 30, 2009 - Swine flu girl 'had tough life' - A six-year-old girl who died after contracting swine flu had "been through a lot" with other illnesses, her father has told an inquest. - BBC

►June 30, 2009 - Swine Flu Preparations In Full Swing - WJHG-TV

►June 30, 2009 - ‘Unfit’ urged to skip Haj - Arab Times

►June 30, 2009 - Burkina Faso: Measles Infections Declining - IRIN via AllAfrica.com

►June 30, 2009 - Michael Isn't the Only One - Prescription Drug Abuse is Rampant - OpEdNews

►June 30, 2009 - Research Shows Possibility of Vaccine for Ear Infections - Infection Control Today

* ►June 30, 2009 - FDA's New Transparency Task Force: Mission And Opportunity - The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel

* ►June 30, 2009 - Ban Is Advised on 2 Top Pills for Pain Relief (requires registration) - The New York Times - "A federal advisory panel voted narrowly on Tuesday to recommend a ban on Percocet and Vicodin, two of the most popular prescription painkillers in the world, because of their effects on the liver."

* ►June 30, 2009 - Gates Foundation Diverts Money To Vaccine Manufacturers Whilst Failing The Children - The One Click Group

* ►June 30, 2009 - Human trials approval sought for AIDS vaccine - Western News - "London and Western are also on a short list of Canadian cities being considered by the federal government for the building of an $88-million HIV vaccine manufacturing facility. Part of the funding for the facility will come from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation."

* ►June 30, 2009 - Greedy Contractors And Complacent Politicians Have Devalued Personal Privacy In Britain - The One Click Group

►June 30, 2009 - How, Exactly, Did E. coli Get In Nestle's Cookie Dough? - The Consumerist

►June 30, 2009 - New vaccines for 2009/2010 school year - KJCT8.com

►June 30, 2009 - Study Will Help Prevent Cervical Cancer in the NWT - Slave River Journal

►June 30, 2009 - Advice on shots: The sooner the better - Times Record News

* ►June 30, 2009 - Some Eczema Sufferers More Prone to Smallpox and Other Viruses - Since the World Health Organization proclaimed smallpox officially eradicated in late 1979 - thanks to vaccination programs that produced a protective “herd immunity” for most of the globe - fear of the fever-causing, blistering, sometimes fatal infectious disease has faded. In fact, in the more than three decades that the disease has been wiped out, routine smallpox vaccination has virtually stopped for most of the population. - PhysOrg.com

* ►June 29, 2009 - Whooping cough reported in Ventura, Santa Barbara counties - Ventura County Star - "'Most individuals are adolescents between the ages of 11 and 12,' said Santa Barbara County public health nurse Paige Batson, manager of the disease control and prevention program. 'Some were vaccinated and were due for a booster soon.'"

* ►June 29, 2009 - Protection against Intestinal Amebiasis by a Recombinant Vaccine is Transferable by T cells and Mediated by IFN-{gamma} - journal article (Infection and Immunity)

* ►June 29, 2009 - Celiac Disease Presenting as Autism - journal article (Journal of Child Neurology)

* ►June 29, 2009 - Increasing prevalence and high incidence of celiac disease in elderly people: A population-based study (pdf) - journal article (BMC Gastroenterology) - "The prevalence of celiac disease was high in elderly people, but the symptoms were subtle. Repeated screening detected five biopsy-proven cases in three years, indicating that the disorder may develop even in the elderly. Increased alertness to the disorder is therefore warranted."

* ►June 29, 2009 - HHV-6 infection in multiple sclerosis. A clinical and laboratory analysis - journal article (European Journal of Neurology)

►June 29, 2009 - Do Vacuum-Assisted Deliveries Cause Intracranial Vessel Injuries? - journal article (Journal of Child Neurology)

* ►June 29, 2009 - C-section Births Cause Genetic Changes That May Increase Odds For Developing Diseases In Later Life - Swedish researchers have discovered that babies born by Caesarean section experience changes to the DNA pool in their white blood cells, which could be connected to altered stress levels during this method of delivery, according to the July issue of Acta Paediatrica. - Wiley - Blackwell, via AlphaGalileo via ScienceDaily

* ►June 29, 2009 - Are Americans Feeling Less Healthy? The Puzzle of Trends in Self-rated Health - journal article (American Journal of Epidemiology)

►June 29, 2009 - USDA: Aging poultry lab to receive stimulus money - Funds for upgrades, not research - OnlineAthens.com

►June 29, 2009 - Brief Report: Development of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Family Responsibility Questionnaire - journal article (Journal of Pediatric Psychology)

* ►June 28, 2009 - Bioweapons: Biological threats to Canadians and World Citizens - Global Research.ca - "CAP demands criminal investigations and open public inquiries into all eugenics programs of the global elite, the research being done in biological labs within Canada and the immediate investigation of all inoculation programs. We oppose any enforced inoculations and would ban any media propaganda used to influence and/or convince the populace into submitting to inoculations or other preventative methods which are not clearly and unequivocally documented scientifically to be safe and effective."

* ►June 28, 2009 - Lyme Disease: Targeting The Wrong Offender In The Abuse Of Antibiotics - The Day - "An estimated 50-70 percent of antibiotics in the United States are used in animal food, not for disease, but to fatten livestock and poultry, which annually produce 40 times more fecal waste than humans. That manure is the route for infectious microbes escaping into the environment. In June 2009 Johns Hopkins Magazine reported the findings of a Hopkins researcher who estimated 89 percent of bacteria in one manure area sampled were drug resistant. In 2006, the European Union banned antibiotics from animal feed, yet our government continues to sanction healthy animals being fed huge amounts of antibiotics to get fat, while sick Lyme patients are denied antibiotics to get well."

* ►June 25, 2009 - Vaccination for Atherosclerosis - journal article (Clinical Reviews in Allergy and Immunology)

* ►June 25, 2009 - Superior Immune Response to Protein-conjugate vs. Free Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine in COPD - journal article (Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine)

►June 25, 2009 - No evidence of intrauterine transmission of hepatitis A virus from a mother to a premature infant - journal article (Acta Paediatrica)

►June 25, 2009 - IDRI Awarded $314,500 Grant From Murdock Trust to Expand TB Drug Discovery Program - Infectious Disease Research Institute via PRNewswire-USNewswire

►June 25, 2009 - Eosinophilic Esophagitis - journal article (Digestive Diseases and Sciences)

►June 25, 2009 - Central sleep apnoea in Rett syndrome - journal article (Neurological Sciences)

* ►June 24, 2009 - Maine legislature approves pharmacist immunization - American Parmacists Association

* ►June 24, 2009 - Mapping brain abnormalities in boys with autism - journal article (Human Brain Mapping)

►June 23, 2009 - Ginkgo biloba: specificity of neuropsychological improvement - a selective review in search of differential effects - journal article (Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental)

►June 23, 2009 - 21 cases of whooping cough have been reported this year in Walker County - WHNT.com

►June 23, 2009 - Less is better when it comes to animal vaccines - Charleston Daily Mail

►June 22, 2009 - Parents Struggle With Costs Of Their Children's Autism Care - Kaiser Health News

►June 22, 2009 - First Children Vaccinated in Diamyd(r) Study in Order to Prevent Diabetes - press release - Diamyd Medical AB via Globe Newswire

►June 22, 2009 - Clinical characteristics of Haemophilus influenzae meningitis in Denmark in the post-vaccination era - journal article (Clinical Microbiology and Infection)

►June 22, 2009 - The assessment of minor neurological dysfunction in infancy using the Touwen Infant Neurological Examination: strengths and limitations - journal article (Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology)

* ►June 22, 2009 - Essential fatty acids and attention-deficit–hyperactivity disorder: a systematic review - journal article (Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology)

►June 22, 2009 - Differentiating attention deficits in children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder or attention-deficit–hyperactivity disorder - journal article (Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology)

►June 20, 2009 - The prevalence of personality disorder, its comorbidity with mental state disorders, and its clinical significance in community mental health teams - journal article (Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology)

* ►June 19, 2009 - Mucosal immunosenescence: new developments and vaccines to control infectious diseases - journal article (Trends in Immunology)

* ►June 18, 2009 - Alzheimer's disease, metal ions and metal homeostatic therapy - journal article (Trends in Pharmacological Sciences)

►June 17, 2009 - Acute Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Children (pdf) - journal article (Indian Pediatrics)

►June 17, 2009 - Antibiotic Associated Diarrhea in Children (full text) - journal article (Indian Pediatrics)

►June 2, 2009 - Malaria Vaccine Developer, Sanaria Inc., Receives 2009 Vaccine Industry Excellence Award for Best Early-Stage Vaccine Biotech - press release - Sanaria Inc. via PRNewswire

* ►June 2009 - Recurrent isolated sixth nerve palsy after consecutive annual influenza vaccinations in a child - journal article (Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus) - "We report the case of recurrent isolated sixth (abducens) nerve palsy after consecutive annual influenza vaccinations in an otherwise-healthy 2-year-old boy. Investigations including magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and orbits after each episode failed to reveal any abnormality. The temporal relation to the immunizations supports but does not prove that the influenza immunization regimen was responsible."

►June 2009 - Eosinophilic colitis - journal article (World Journal of Gastroenterology)

►May/June 2009 - The impact of climate change and aeroallergens on children's health - journal article (Allergy and Asthma Proceedings)

►May/June 2009 - Increasing insect reactions in Alaska: Is this related to changing climate? - journal article (Allergy and Asthma Proceedings)

Back-to-School Autism/Asperger's Conference - Aug. 14-15 at the Pasadena Convention Center

ARI/Defeat Autism Now! Regional Conference - Minnesota History Center, St. Paul - Sept. 12-13

Saving our Kids Healing Our Planet Green Expo - Newark, New Jersey Sept. 12-13


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