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  • Your decision to vaccinate for measles or not, is not a life or death situation
    Your decision to vaccinate for measles or not, is not a life or death situation
    A vaccine is a personal decision. It is not up to the government to enforce vaccines. Whether to get a measles vaccine is not a tough decision. If you are putting it off because you are endlessly searching for more information or getting other...
  • Measles vaccination for Sophie
    Measles stirs debate between vaccinators and antivaxxors
    This column came about by accident. Here's what happened. I saw a graphic that said:• In the past 10 years in the U.S., the number of deaths caused by measles = 0• In the past 10 years in the U.S., the number of deaths caused by the...
  • Childhood vaccination rates lower in northern California
    Vaccination rates lower in some areas of northern California
    Certain groups of children in northern California – living in areas called “clusters” – have been found to be either underimmunized or not vaccinated at all, according to a new study.Being underimmunized means missing one...
  • First vaccine against prion disease proven successful in animals
    First vaccine against prion disease proven successful in animals
    The first vaccine that has been proven to be successful against any form of prion disease has been developed by researchers from the New York University Langone Medical Center at New York University School of Medicine. The vaccine eliminated a...
  • Unvaccinated young children risk hospitalization for flu
    Unvaccinated young children risk hospitalization for flu
    A new study assessed the number of emergency department visits and hospitalizations for influenza among children younger than five years who had not been vaccinated. The findings were published online on December 8 in the journal Pediatrics.The...
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    New breast cancer vaccine shows promise as an alternative to chemotherapy
    Medical Daily reported on Monday that a new breast cancer vaccine has been proven in trial to be not only safe but also effective in slowing the progression of the disease in women with metastatic or advanced forms of the cancer. The trial was...
  • Breast cancer vaccine holds promise for metastatic disease
    Breast cancer vaccine holds promise for metastatic disease
    A new study has reported promising results of a vaccine for women with metastatic breast cancer. The vaccine might not only benefit women with breast cancer but also prevent the development of the malignancy. They published their findings on...
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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...