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    Flu vaccines no compensation in Canada
    Once again we enter the flu season, which with all the hysteria and marketing should probably be known as the vaccine season. There is less and less discussion about flu prevention and even the flu itself as the emphasis has turned to getting your...
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    New technology may make Ebola vaccines more effective
    The whole world seems to be working to get an Ebola vaccine out the door and into the hands of those that need it. Despite the fact that there are several vaccines that have proven to be effective in clinical tests, some of which have been around...
  • Vaccines Cause Autism: The CDC WhistleBlower and Parent Reactions
    Vaccines Cause Autism: The CDC WhistleBlower and Parent Reactions
    “We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religions destroy morals, and our banks destroy the economy” ...
  • Ebola outbreak 2014 update: Is it too late for a vaccine to help?
    Ebola outbreak 2014 update: 'Too late' for vaccine, WHO warns rising virus cases
    The latest Ebola outbreak 2014 update is a bleak one for U.S. citizens and world populations like. According to Jobs n Hire News this Sunday, October 19, 2014, some health experts are saying it is “too late” for a virus vaccine to...
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    Any hope for an Ebola vaccine?
    At present, there is “no safe or effective vaccine and no readily available drugs,” according to MedicineNet.com. As we are all witnessing, the isolation techniques aren’t working properly.Historically, a vaccine has been under...
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    CNN commentator Paul Begala blames George Bush for Ebola
    It seems that when all else fails, liberals resort to blaming George W. Bush for whatever happens in the country. On Monday, CNN commentator Paul Begala blamed the former president for the deadly Ebola virus on Twitter."Bush spent the...
  • Pneumococcal vaccination helps prevent antibiotic-resistant infections in young children
    Pneumococcal vaccine works against antibiotic-resistant infections
    The pneumococcal vaccine given to young children to prevent ear infections, sinus infections, pneumonia, meningitis, and bloodstream infections can help lower their risk of antibiotic-resistant disease, according to a new study. Pneumococcal...
  • Why you should get a flu shot (VIDEO)
    Why you should get a flu shot (VIDEO)
    It is recommended that all people get a flu shot before flu season starts. This is highly recommended for the very young and the elderly. Dr. Drew Pinsky was on the Queen Latifah show on Tuesday giving information about the flu shot. The well...
  • What is Ebola?
    What is Ebola?
    Over 3,000 people have died in an outbreak of the Ebola Virus in West Africa recently. On Sunday, October 5th, Reuters reported that Sierra Leone had recorded 121 dead in a single day. The incidents have been declared an international health...
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    Ebola has likely landed in Washington DC
    Halt the inflow of Ebola from Africa.Until a cure is developed and abundantly available, Congress and the President should direct Homeland Security to stop all incoming traffic from African nations that are the sources of Ebola infection. The...
  • Rob Schneider fired for stance on vaccines
    Rob Schneider fired for stance on vaccines
    20 hours ago - Bloomington, ILRob Schneider posts a video on YouTube stating, "State Farm provides health insurance, and nothing ensures public health more than getting vaccinated. It is time to end the anti-vaccination movement; with your...
  • Rob Schneider fired over views on vaccinations
    State Farm fires Rob Schneider over anti-vaccination views
    The controversy over childhood vaccinations got actor rob Schneider fired from a recent State Farm ad campaign, reported The Washington Times on Sept. 24, 2014. The insurance agency says that the actor’s views against vaccinations ignited...
  • The MMR Vaccine-autism link
    The "I'll show you my study, if you show me yours" autism-vaccine debate
    Because there are studies that disprove the autism-vaccine link AND studies that show a link between vaccines and autism, the "I'll show you my study, if you show me yours" debate can go on and on.Each and every parent has the right...
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    One less reason for the U.S. to worry: Ebola vaccine already in human trials
    Uncle. Time to tap out. Chicken Little has swept the leg.If the media had its way, every medical opinion and every statistical principle that explained why Americans should not be concerned about contracting Ebola would be redacted from public...
  • EBOLA: Experimental Ebola vaccine to begin testing on humans this week.
    EBOLA: Experimental Ebola vaccine to begin testing on humans this week.
    Ebola, in case you haven’t been listening to the news, there is an ebola virus outbreak and it has been mainly concentrated in West Africa, and spreading. So far, the World Health Organization (WHO?) has announced that there could be more...