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All the News Posted September 5, 2009


►September 7, 2009 - The highly allergic should keep an epinephrine shot close by - For some, a bee sting can be fatal, so learning to self-administer the injections -- and having one on hand when traveling -- can be a life saver. (requires registration) - Los Angeles Times - "Most of the shots are never used, but that's OK by me. Long ago, a bee almost killed my boyfriend. After that, I got religion about ensuring my patients are prepared for an emergency even if the chances of it happening are slim. When I witnessed John's near-death-by-bee, many patients had never heard of anaphylaxis. Today, this medical word for an extreme allergic reaction that can be set off by anything from bee venom to peanuts to penicillin is more familiar."

►September 6, 2009 - Calls for wider whooping cough immunisations - A spike in the number of children with whooping cough in Australia has prompted calls for parents, grandparents and childcare workers to be immunised. - www.abc.net.au

►September 6, 2009 - Health chiefs stockpile drugs in case of swine flu epidemic - Extra supplies ordered in case outbreak brings pharmaceutical firms to a halt - The Guardian, UK

►September 6, 2009 - Almost 1.5 million children to get polio vaccine - Daily Times, Pakistan

* ►September 5, 2009 - Parents Weigh H1N1 Vaccines - As Government Pushes to Launch 45 Million Doses, Many Families Wonder if the Vaccine Is Completely Safe - CBS News - "The CDC recommends that school-aged kids be among the first to get vaccinated. And parents seem to be getting the message. In a new CBS News poll, 45 percent say it's very likely they'll sign their kids up for the shot. Another 22 percent say it's somewhat likely. 'We've talked to our pediatrician and he thinks it’s a good idea,' said John Cavanaugh, who has twins. But D.C. pediatrician Joanna Sexter has doubts about its safety. We don't yet know a whole lot about the swine flu vaccine," Sexter said."

* ►September 5, 2009 - Students to get H1N1 vaccine at school - Parents must consent for children to get pair of shots in October - News and Tribune - "This will be the first time in decades since the district has allowed vaccinations given via injection to children in the schools, according to Dave Rarick, director of safety and public information officer with NA-FC, who said he believes the last time may have been in the 1960s."

* ►September 5, 2009 - VCU Medical Center Testing H1N1 Vaccine (includes video) - WRIC.com

* ►September 5, 2009 - DoD: Swine flu vaccine ready by October - Air Force Times

* ►September 5, 2009 - Santa Clara County opts against free swine flu vaccines for all school children - San Jose Mercury News

►September 5, 2009 - Colleges brace for swine flu assault - Reserve space to sequester ill (requires registration) - Boston Globe

* ►September 5, 2009 - Beginning of Engineered Pandemic? 2,000 Infected with H1N1 at Washington University - PrisonPlanet.com

* ►September 5, 2009 - Vancouver demonstration against flu vaccination (includes video) - Columbia Valley News - "Vancouver may be the first city in Canada to have an anti-vaccination demonstration. On Friday of last week (August 28) a recently formed group calling itself the Vaccination Resistance Movement in Canada held an open-microphone demo on the steps of Vancouver’s public library. They also had people distributing thousands of fliers in Toronto, Ottawa and a number of smaller towns. The group says it is part of a nationwide campaign to bring swine flu vaccination issues to the public’s attention. The “We’re Not Gonna Take It!” campaign will continue throughout the fall months and they are looking for involvement from concerned citizens in all communities. ... For more information you can visit their website at http://www.falseflagflu.com/"

* ►September 5, 2009 - Nurses Association demands medical masks be mandatory to protect against swine flu - New York Daily News

* ►September 5, 2009 - Poll: Americans More Concerned About H1N1 - CBS News Survey Finds Nearly Three in Four View Virus as at Least Somewhat Serious; Most Parents Want to Have Kids Vaccinated - CBS News

* ►September 5, 2009 - Province: There’ll be more than enough flu vaccine - 1.4 million doses will be available by mid-November - The Chronicle Herald

* ►September 5, 2009 - NIH-Dyncorp-Baxter-Swine Flu Contracts of Deadly Vaccines (includes videos) - Policolnews.com

* ►September 5, 2009 - 'It's The Vaccines, Stupid!' - Part I: Evidence Linking Autism Rise in Children to Vaccinations by F. William Engdahl - Center for Research on Globalization via Globalresearch.ca

* ►September 5, 2009 - Seasonal Flu Vaccination Guidelines from CDC with Mercury Content Chart - Age of Autism

►September 5, 2009 - Seniors line up for seasonal flu shots - Austin Post Bulletin

►September 5, 2009 - Colleges Battle to Contain H1N1 Virus - Schools Scrambling to Keep up with Outbreaks of Swine Flu on Campuses Across the Country - CBS News

►September 5, 2009 - Schools mobilize to fight H1N1 flu - Quad City Times

►September 5, 2009 -  ETBOND TECHNOLOGY TM Defines Biotechnology Approach for Global Healthcare Reform - Example: H1N1 Influenza A Pandemic, 2009 (Swine Flu) - press release - Endocrine Technology, L.L.C. via Business Wire

►September 5, 2009 - Mass Vaccination Hubs Are Part of D.C. Swine Flu Plan (requires registration) - Washington Post

* ►September 5, 2009 - Health workers to be 1st to receive new-flu vaccine under gov't plan - MCOT.Net

* ►September 5, 2009 - Ask the expert: H1N1 flu - Lahontan Valley News - "The symptoms of novel H1N1 flu virus in people are similar to the symptoms of seasonal flu and include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache and chills and fatigue."

►September 5, 2009 - Taking their medicine - Marketing drives target MDs Drug companies' tactics range from ghostwritten articles to ski trips - Montreal Gazette

* ►September 5, 2009 - Rein in the drug companies - Brattleboro Reformer - "With drug spending in the U.S, estimated to total $3.3 trillion over the next decade, a fine like Pfizer’s is seen as part of the cost of doing business."

►September 5, 2009 - Baucus expects health reform bill soon - The Washington Times

* ►September 5, 2009 - Mark Hyman, MD: Why Current Thinking About Autism Is Completely Wrong - The Huffington Post - "Recently, a mother came to see me, desperate because her 2 1/2 year old son had just been diagnosed with autism. Her son, Sam, was born bright and happy, was breast-fed, and received the best medical care available (including all the vaccinations he could possibly have). He talked, walked, loved, and played normally -- that is, until after his measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination at 22 months. He received diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, measles, mumps and rubella, chicken pox, hepatitis A and B, influenza, pneumonia, hemophilous, and meningitis vaccines -- all before he was 2 years old. Then something changed. He lost his language abilities and became detached. He was unable to relate in normal ways with his parents and other children. And he became withdrawn, and less interactive. These are all signs of autism."

►September 5, 2009 - Dr. Mark Hyman on HuffPo: Why Current Thinking About Autism is Completely Wrong By Kim Stagliano - Age of Autism

►September 5, 2009 - Treatment strategies for curing autism nutritionally - Examiner.com

►September 5, 2009 - Deputies help autistic children's mom hunt for 'Marley' - Rome Sentinel

►September 5, 2009 - Letters: Vaccination story was misleading - I was disappointed that your paper chose to include a story with so much misleading information about vaccinations on the front page. (requires registration) - Park Rapids Enterprise

►September 5, 2009 - Rebuilding the ‘Grammar Machinery’ in Autistic Children, Part 1 - An interview with Harry D. Schneider, M.D. - The Epoch Times

►September 5, 2009 - Wiggins' bill requires coverage of HPV vaccine - Times-Standard - "Providing insurance coverage for cervical cancer may also require coverage of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine if legislation by State Sen. Patricia Wiggins, D-Santa Rosa, becomes law."

►September 5, 2009 - Hepatitis victim claims liver damage in lawsuit against McDonalds - Quad City Times

►September 5, 2009 - Chinese doctors say some claims of needle-stabbings are mistaken (includes video) - CNN

* ►September 4, 2009 - Proposed bill would allow state authorities to quarantine people during pandemic (includes video) - WHDH.com - "Anyone who refuses to comply with the quarantine order could face jail time or a $1000 per day fine. The 'Pandemic Response Bill' would also force health providers to vaccinate people, authorize forcible entry into private homes, and impose fines or prison sentences on anyone not complying with isolation or quarantine orders. ... Pandemic Response Bill [pdf]"

* ►September 4, 2009 - Some 2,000 reported sick with swine flu at WSU - Washington State University officials say more than 2,000 have been sickened by swine flu during the first two weeks of classes on the Pullman campus. - Seattle Times

* ►September 4, 2009 - One in three GPs to reject swine flu jab - Healthcare Republic

* ►September 4, 2009 - Canada to offer pregnant women modified vaccine - Uadjuvanted swine flu shot to be available to help ease reluctance many pregnant women feel about taking any medication - Canadian Press via The Globe and Mail

* ►September 4, 2009 - "Mock-up" pandemic vaccines bypass genuine safety testing, turning population into guinea pigs - NaturalNews.com

* ►September 4, 2009 - CDC Reports On Pediatric Swine Flu Deaths - New Swine Flu Developments Include Report On H1N1 Deaths - ABC News - "'The N95 mask screens out small particles,' said Dr. John Bartlett, chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution. 'These are better protection than the familiar surgical mask and are advocated for health care workers for two reasons: [Workers] are expected to have risk exposure and they can't get sick because that risks influenza in the patients.' But some question the viability of these masks. 'They are uncomfortable over prolonged use and should only be worn one at a time,' said Laurie Garrett, senior fellow for Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations. 'Numerous studies indicate the efficacy of the masks decreases with frequent reuse, and they become smelly and intolerable to the user.'  In addition, Garrett pointed out that N95 respirators are no longer manufactured in the U.S. and that importing them from China, India and other Asian countries could prove challenging if those countries feel the masks are essential to their own populations.'"

* ►September 4, 2009 - CDC Looks Into H1N1 Vaccine Risks - Vaccine safety to be monitored. - KFSM.com - "The system itself will rely on the participation of health care professionals, who are asked to report any adverse incidents to VAERS either online, by mail or by fax. VAERS will be taking on more staff to accommodate any increase in reports. However, data from the report won't be available until about six weeks after the CDC receives the report from VAERS."

* ►September 4, 2009 - Swine Flu Vaccine Seems Safe: Experts - So far, trials show no problems and shot should be as safe as that for seasonal flu, officials say - HealthDay via U.S. News & World Report - "'No clinical trial in the world is going to be large enough to be able to detect an event that occurs one in every 100,000 people,' [Dr. Anthony] Fauci said. "The only way to pick that up is after the fact, when a lot of people get vaccinated and good surveillance picks it up.' Another expert agreed. 'One of the challenges is that sometimes on the safety issue, only large-scale use will uncover rare events,' said Dr. Melinda Moore, senior health researcher with the RAND Corporation in Arlington, Va., and a former epidemiologist with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 'That's not unique to this product. That's why there's so much after-market surveillance.' Such a surveillance system will be in place and operable when the first vaccinations start to roll out. Fauci anticipates that 45 million to 50 million doses will be available by Oct. 15."

►September 4, 2009 - Seasonal Flu Vaccinations Available Now at Target Clinics in Minnesota - PRNewswire-FirstCall via Reuters

* ►September 4, 2009 - Juicing up jabs (podcast) - Listen in to find out how researchers are updating a key component of vaccines to make these shots more effective. Plus, African labs look to the stars, an update on H1N1, and the latest biomedical headlines. - journal article (Nature Medicine)

* ►September 4, 2009 - September 9, 2009: Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting Briefing Information - FDA

* ►September 4, 2009 - Home-schooler ordered to attend public school - Mom's religious views ripped by court - The Washington Times

►September 4, 2009 - Dickinson County, H1N1 and the flu season: How to stay safe - The Abilene Reflector-Chronicle

►September 4, 2009 - Fall Flu Focus - WSOC Charlotte

* ►September 4, 2009 - Researchers Identify Critical Gene for Brain Development, Mental Retardation - Scientific Frontline

►September 4, 2009 - Neurodegenerative disease: Avoiding bad complement in Alzheimer's disease - Inhibition of the receptor for the pro-inflammatory complement factor C5a (C5aR) reduces the neuropathology and rescues cognitive deficits in two mouse models of Alzheimer's disease. - journal article (Nature Cell Signaling Gateway)

►September 4, 2009 - 'Gang of six' takes up health care plan - Mom's religious views ripped by court - The Washington Times

►September 4, 2009 - Howard returns to CDC post - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - "Dr. John Howard has been named director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a position he held previously."

►September 4, 2009 - Ohio Ranks Third In US Vaccination Rates - Ohio Department of Health via eMaxHealth

►September 4, 2009 - FDA Looks Favorably on Gardasil, Cervarix Vaccines (free preview) - Wall Street Journal

►September 4, 2009 - Merck’s Gardasil For Boys? - InjuryBoard.com

►September 4, 2009 - FDA approves Shire drug for ADHD - AP via Philadelphia Inquirer

►September 4, 2009 - Schools cope with challenge of educating autistic students - Colorado Springs Gazette

* ►September 4, 2009 - Little Aaren is back - Star News - "On top of the new food selections, Aaren also practiced chelation therapy, which is a process of removing heavy metals from the body. For Vrana, she believes metals got into his body from when he received his vaccines containing thimerosal."

* ►September 4, 2009 - Harvey Karp: Why We Must Ban BPA From Products Made For Children - The Huffington Post

* ►September 4, 2009 - Dr. Andrew Moulden, MD, PhD – MASS NewsLetter Vol. 1-7, Sept. 04, 2009 - VacTRUTH

►September 4, 2009 - Mobile MMR vaccinations campaign exceeds target - Press Association via Management in Practice

* ►September 4, 2009 - Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation given $14.5M for anthrax research - Victims May Mistake Symptoms of Illness For Those Of Cold Or Flu - NewsOK.com

* ►September 4, 2009 - Scientists move closer to a safer anthrax vaccine - Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have identified two small protein fragments that could be developed into an anthrax vaccine that may cause fewer side effects than the current vaccine. - Albert Einstein College of Medicine via PhysOrg.com

* ►September 3, 2009 - Education and Schools 101: Can Americans be forced to vaccinate or quarantine because of H1N1 flu? - Could You or Someone in Your Family Be Required to Get Vaccinated or Be Quarantined During an Influenza Pandemic? - examiner.com

* ►September 3, 2009 - Media Briefing: Update on 2009 H1N1 Flu (unedited) - CDC - "We have been working closely with pediatrics societies, with parent groups and others to ensure that, for example, children with special needs, children with cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, other developmental disabilities, are promptly treated if they develop fever in flu season and are at the front of the line for flu vaccination when it becomes available."

►September 3, 2009 - Lungs of fatal swine flu patients badly damaged - The Canadian Press via CTV.ca

►September 3, 2009 - New round of Gates grants (requires registration) - The Scientist

* ►September 3, 2009 - Indian registered clinical trials soar - Clinical trials registered in India have soared in the past 12 months, as the nation has shifted its policy on recording full study details from voluntary to advisory and in June to mandatory. - Outsourcing-Pharma.com

* ►September 3, 2009 - Computerized Alerts Can Influence Drug Prescribing - After computer prodding, physicians ordered fewer prescriptions for potentially inappropriate drugs and heavily advertised drugs. - journal article (Journal Watch General Medicine)

►September 3, 2009 - Brain proteins make fears last (requires registration) - The Scientist

►September 3, 2009 - University of Virginia Researchers Receive $8.2 Million Grant to Study Interaction of Viruses With the Immune System - AScribe Newswire

►September 3, 2009 - FDA Study Indicates Most Industry Postmarketing Studies Meet Timelines - FDA

* ►September 3, 2009 - Scientists Tout 1-Shot H1N1 Vaccines - Swiss Drugmaker Says Trial Treatment Effective in Single Dose, China Approves Domestic 1-Shot Vaccine - CBS News

* ►September 3, 2009 - Well, Well, Well: H1N1 Vaccine - VUE Weekly - "Where we discovered that squalene in vaccines was problematic was with the anthrax vaccine used with Persian Gulf War military personnel. Some lots of the vaccine administered contained squalene (a fact initially denied by the Department of Defense, but later confirmed by the FDA), and the link between the contaminated vaccines and Gulf War Syndrome is as clear as day. From the February 2000 issue of Experimental Molecular Pathology, we know that of the deployed soldiers suffering with Gulf War Syndrome, over 95 percent had antibodies to squalene, and that of those not deployed but immunized, 100 percent had antibodies to squalene. Veterans not showing symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome had no antibodies to squalene."

* ►September 3, 2009 - Risks of the Swine Flu Vaccine - The New American - "'There can be no argument that unnecessary mass injection of millions of children with a vaccine containing an adjuvant known to cause a host of debilitating autoimmune diseases is a reckless, dangerous plan,' explained Dr. Joseph Mercola, a health activist, author and strong critic of the swine flu immunization program. He proceeds to provide evidence justifying his concerns. The adjuvant Mercola is referring to is based on an oil known as squalene. It is used to reduce the amount of viral antigen required in vaccines, which allows companies to produce more vaccines for less money at a faster rate. But according to countless medical professionals and experts, using it in immunizations is a bad idea. It is also going to be somewhat experimental. There isn’t a single vaccine containing squalene that is approved for use in America, according to Meryl Nass, M.D., who notes that Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline will make use of it as a 'novel feature of the H1N1 vaccines.'"

* ►September 3, 2009 - What Parents Need to Know About H1N1 - Dr. Jennifer Ashton Gives Tips on What to Look For and How to React This Flu Season (includes video) - CBS News

* ►September 3, 2009 - Vical Receives Broad U.S. Patent for Vaxfectin(R)-Formulated DNA Vaccines for Influenza; Coverage Includes All Seasonal and Pandemic Strains - press release - Vical Incorporated - "The company is currently developing Vaxfectin(R)-formulated DNA vaccines for both H5N1 avian-origin and H1N1 swine-origin pandemic influenza. Both vaccines are formulated with the company's Vaxfectin(R) adjuvant, a novel lipid-based formulation which has demonstrated significant immune-enhancing ability with a broad range of DNA vaccines and up to 30-fold immune-enhancing ability with a conventional seasonal influenza vaccine. Vaxfectin(R)-formulated H5N1 influenza DNA vaccines completed Phase 1 human testing in 2008."

* ►September 3, 2009 - St. Lucie County man, 23, killed by swine flu suffered from asthma - TCPalm

* ►September 3, 2009 - Dissecting the whooping cough story: facts alone are not enough - Croakey via Crikey, Australia

* ►September 3, 2009 - How to improve vaccines to trigger T cell as well as antibody response - New hypothesis suggests ways to engineer attenuated pathogens to look more alive - University of California - Berkeley via EurekAlert! - "A new study by researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, and Berkeley-based Aduro BioTech provides clues why killed and severely attenuated vaccines don't always work. It also suggests ways to engineer an attenuated vaccine to make it as potent as a live vaccine but as safe as a killed vaccine. 'It's not only that these killed or attenuated vaccines can't immunize, it's that they also suppress immunity,' said co-author Daniel Portnoy, UC Berkeley professor of molecular and cell biology and of public health. 'What this says is that the immune system knows the difference between a live bug that's virulent and a dead one that is harmless.'"

►September 2, 2009 - New Technique Offers Hope for Kids With Immune Deficiency - HealthDay News via Atlanta Journal Constitution

* ►September 2, 2009 - Lawsuit filed in Dallas against Pfizer on behalf of slain musician - The Dallas Morning News - "A federal lawsuit has been filed in Dallas on behalf of local musician Carter Albrecht against Pfizer, the maker of the anti-smoking drug Chantix."

►September 2, 2009 - Actual health care is free: exercise, eat right, don't smoke - TheUnion.com

►September 2, 2009 - Streamlining Microbiology Workflows With PREVI™ Color Gram - BioMérieux via Biocompare

►September 2, 2009 - Safer Transplant Technique Benefits Immunodeficient Kids - Antibody-based minimal-intensity conditioning reduces toxicities, leads to successful engraftment - HealthDay via Modern Medicine

►September 2, 2009 - H1N1 Creeps Onto Campuses - Inside Higher Ed

►September 2, 2009 - Swine flu vaccine’s image problem - Public demand for the new swine flu vaccine may be underwhelming, writes Dr Julie Leask. For people to want a vaccine they must not only believe it is safe. They must also think it is necessary. (requires subscription) - Crikey

* ►September 2, 2009 - Study: H1N1 likely to dominate, not mix with, seasonal flu - CIDRAP News

* ►September 1, 2009 - H1N1 vaccine research conducted locally - Shelby County Reporter - "According to [Dr. Carol] Johnson, the strain originated in Canada and Mexico in humans. She said it then transferred to pigs, which have receptors for both human and avian flu strains. At some point, researchers believe the strain then transferred back to humans. Johnson said the four strains come together in a random assortment. 'Its as if you had a deck of cards -- one human flu, two swine flu and one avian flu -- and you just put them together and shuffled,' Johnson said. 'We have to identify those strains to ensure we're targeting them all or else the vaccine doesn't work.'"

►September 1, 2009 - H1N1 Flu: 10 Things You Need to Know - Ways to Be Flu-savvy Amid Global Epidemic - CBS News

►September 1, 2009 - Mother’s milk is safe in battle against swine flu, says expert - Gulf Times - "Any woman suspected of having swine flu should not stop breastfeeding her baby as certain protective antibodies against the virus are passed on to the baby from breast milk, a consultant has advised."

►September 1, 2009 - Researchers induce HIV-neutralizing antibodies that recognize HIV-1 envelope protein, lipids - Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine via EurekAlert!

►September 2009 - Very low birth weight infants have only few adverse events after timely immunization - journal article (Journal of Perinatology)

►September 2009 - No association between tuberculin skin test and atopy in a bacillus Calmette-Guérin vaccinated birth cohort - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

►September 2009 - Peripheral Immune Response in Pulmonary Tuberculosis - journal article (Scandinavian Journal of Immunology)

►September 2009 - Depression under stress: ethical issues in genetic testing - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

* ►September 2009 - Adverse reactions to antidepressants - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

* ►September 2009 - Emotional side-effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors: qualitative study - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

►September 2009 - Brain morphology and neurological soft signs in adolescents with first-episode psychosis - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

►September 2009 - Social anxiety disorder in first-episode psychosis: incidence, phenomenology and relationship with paranoia - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

►September 2009 - Minor depression during adolescence and mental health outcomes during adulthood - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

►September 2009 - Selective drop-out in longitudinal studies and non-biased prediction of behaviour disorders - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

* ►September 2009 - Emotional side-effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors: qualitative study - journal article (The British Journal of Psychiatry)

* ►September 2009 - Transfer of antibodies across the placenta and in breast milk from mothers on intravenous immunoglobulin - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

* ►September 2009 - IL13 variants are associated with total serum IgE and early sensitization to food allergens in children with atopic dermatitis - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

* ►September 2009 - Cord blood cytokines and chemokines and development of allergic disease - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

►September 2009 - Accuracy of ImmunoCAP® Rapid in the diagnosis of allergic sensitization in children between 1 and 14 years with recurrent wheezing: The IReNE study - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

* ►September 2009 - The role of mast cells in eosinophilic esophagitis - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

* ►September 2009 - A probiotic dairy product containing L. gasseri CECT5714 and L. coryniformis CECT5711 induces immunological changes in children suffering from allergy - journal article (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology)

►August 31, 2009 - Nuts to That - The people profiting from food allergies. - Slate

►August 31, 2009 - Study of Hog Infection Leads to More Tests - Parasites compromise effectiveness of vaccination. - Nebraska Farmer

►August 31, 2009 - School nurses are on the front lines of student health - The State Journal-Register

►August 29, 2009 - Worst case: 1 million with H1N1 in B.C. - But mass closures of transit, schools, daycares and public facilities unlikely, health official says - Vancouver Sun

►August 27, 2009 - Frequency of CD4+CD25high Regulatory T Cells in Peripheral Blood of Egyptian Children With Autism - journal article (Journal of Child Neurology)

►August 27, 2009 - Assessment of the QT Interval in the Electroencephalography (EEG) of Children With Syncope, Epilepsy, and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - journal article (Journal of Child Neurology)

►August 26, 2009 - Mood, side of motor symptom onset and pain complaints in Parkinson's disease - journal article (International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry)

►August 26, 2009 - Weight gain restriction during pregnancy is safe for both the mother and neonate - journal article (Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica)

►August 3, 2009 - Smart chickens not duped by GM feed - Independent Online via GM Watch

►July 21, 2009 - Rotavirus Gastroenteritis: Precursor of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders? - (Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition)

►July 21, 2009 - Differences in psychotropic drug prescriptions among ethnic groups in the Netherlands - journal article (Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology)

* ►November 8, 2006 - The Vaccine Experiment - In The Service of Good, Pt 1 of 4 - video - YouTube - "This documentary exposes serious concerns about the safety and effectiveness of New Zealand's MeNZB parent vaccine."

* ►November 8, 2006 - The Vaccine Experiment - In The Service of Good, Pt 2 of 4 - video - YouTube

* ►November 8, 2006 - The Vaccine Experiment - In The Service of Good, Pt 3 of 4 - video - YouTube

* ►October 19, 2008 - The Vaccine Experiment - In The Service of Good, Pt 4 of 5 - video - YouTube

* ►October 19, 2008 - The Vaccine Experiment - In The Service of Good, Pt 5 of 5 - video - YouTube


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