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Sexual promiscuity and the HPV ‎vaccine‏ -- debunking an ignorant myth

There is a myth pushed by the anti-vaccine religion that the HPV vaccine leads to sexual promiscuity. I’vedebunked this fable previously, usingpeer-reviewedresearch, but you know theanti-vaccine zombie tropes– they never really die, and they always come back to life.

SKEPTICALRAPTOR.COM - 2018-09-18 21:05:15

HSE reports rise in uptake of HPV ‎vaccine‏

Minister for Health, Simon Harris, said: “I would like to remind parents that it is not too late for your daughters to get the vaccine. Any parents who have reconsidered their decision and are seeking the vaccine for their daughters can use the HSE catch-up service".

BREAKINGNEWS.IE - 2018-09-18 14:14:00

Experimental nasal influenza ‎vaccine‏ tested in kids , teens

Researcher at a Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit (VTEU) site at Saint Louis University have launched an early-stage clinical trial of the safety and immune-stimulating ability of an experimental nasal influenza vaccine in children and teenagers. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious

PHARMACIST.COM - 2018-09-18 00:00:00

‎Vaccine‏ opt-outs dropped slightly when California added more hurdles

New research out of the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Applied Population Laboratory reveals that the law reduced the proportion of unvaccinated children entering kindergarten in California. But that reduction was modest, and, perhaps more significantly, the clustering of large numbers of under-v

MEDICALXPRESS - 2018-09-18 00:00:00

Global Influenza ‎Vaccine‏ Market Share , Application Analysis and Strategies

In this report, theGlobal Influenza Vaccine Marketis valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025.

MILITARY-TECHNOLOGIES.NET - 2018-09-17 00:00:00

David Salamone contracted polio from ‎vaccine‏ and helped spur changes in U.S. immunization policy ,

“We had a very healthy 8-pound, 8-ounce baby boy, no problems at all,” John Salamone said in 1995, describing his then-5-year-old son, David. The problems started when David was 4 months old and received a routine oral vaccination for polio.


Adjuvant for intradermal ‎vaccine‏ developed to deal with a pandemic

A team of researchers from the U.S., Israel and Canada has developed an adjuvant for use as an intradermal vaccine to reduce deaths when pandemics occur. In their paper published in the journalScience Advances, the group describes their work, the adjuvant they developed and how it might be deployed


‎Vaccine‏ Clinic Look-Up

Need to get a vaccination but not sure where to go? Check out the Vaccine Clinic Look-Up at the Minnesota Department of Health.Click here for more information.


Cochrane Nordic kerfuffle -- HPV ‎vaccine‏ is still safe and effective

If you’ve been following the old dinosaur’s articles over the past few weeks, you’d know the ongoingkerfuffle between the anti-vaccine grouplocated withinCochrane Nordicand the parentCochrane Collaboration. Cochrane Nordicattackedawell donesystematic review, published by Cochrane, of safety and eff

SKEPTICALRAPTOR.COM - 2018-09-17 19:49:38

Watertown Health Department Hosting Series of Flu ‎Vaccine‏ Clinics

This pandemic illustrated how little prepared we were to the threat of influenza and over the next centennial the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pubic Health Departments, and vaccine manufacturers worked closely together to develop tools and strategies that mo

WATERTOWN NEWS - 2018-09-17 08:51:09

‎Vaccine‏ Refrigerators Market Revenue Status and Outlook -LRB- 2018-2025 -RRB-

The Global and India Vaccine Refrigerators Market report offers a deep analysis of the Vaccine Refrigerators Industry. It demonstrates a brief summary of industry data and key nomenclature of the market. The report highlights well-known performers from the Global and India Vaccine Refrigerators Mark

THEPERFECTINVESTOR.COM - 2018-09-17 07:00:00

Recombinant ‎Vaccine‏ Market 2018 examined in new market research report

Global Recombinant Vaccine Market Research Report 2018 provides the Analysis of company profiles, Product type, application, region, Growth rate, sales, business performance, technology, market entry and Forecasts 2025. New report examines the Global Industry Outlook, Demand, Supply and 2025 Forecas


Over-65s to be given more effective flu ‎vaccine‏

Public Health England says the vaccine, only now available in England, could reduce GP consultations by 30,000, hospital visits by more than 2,000 and prevent more than 700 hospital deaths. It is an adjuvanted vaccine, which will boost the immune system of the over-65 age group and give them better


Find the flu ‎vaccine‏ for you

Dr. Pedro A. Piedra, professor of molecular virology and microbiology and of pediatricsSchool’s back in session, which means that germs that are carrying illnesses such as influenza can start to spread rapidly among classmates, and to their families outside of school. But the good news is that with


Special antibodies could lead to HIV ‎vaccine‏

A Swiss research team led by the University of Zurich (UZH) and University Hospital Zurich (USZ) has been searching for these factors for years. Several have already been identified: For example, the virus load and the diversity of the viruses, the duration of the infection, and the ethnicity of the


U.S. Influenza ‎Vaccine‏s Market , by ‎Vaccine‏ Type , by Virus Type and by Age Group - Trends , and Forecast till 2025

Influenza is an infection caused by influenza virus and is commonly known as flu. Vaccination for influenza aids in prevention of flu. This vaccine is recommended for children aged 6 months and older. According to the World health Organization (WHO), 2017, Influenza virus is transmitted primarily by

OPENPR.COM - 2018-09-18 17:59:00

MMR ‎vaccine‏ hits lowest coverage since 2011 as cases continue to increase

The number of children who have had their measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine has dropped to its lowest level since 2011/12, according to the latest figures.

PULSE - 2018-09-18 15:00:00

Special antibodies could help find HIV ‎vaccine‏ , claims study

A new study revealed that a small number of people who are infected with HIV-1 produce antibodies that fight the virus. These antibodies develop an effective vaccine against HIV. According tothe Science Daily report, a Swiss research team at the University of Zurich and University Hospital Zurich (U


ImmusanT to develop Type 1 diabetes ‎vaccine‏ with JDRF backing

ImmusanT is expanding its vaccine immunotherapy platform to include Type 1 diabetes, following an investment from the JDRF.While the amount was undisclosed, it was the foundation’s first direct investment in both the company and in peptide-based immunotherapies, through its venture philanthropy-focu


New cancer ‎vaccine‏ yields promising results in mice

PanARMENIAN.Net- Researchers from theScripps Research Institutein San Diego, CA, recently worked with experts from other institutions to develop a vaccine that would be effective against melanoma (a type of skin cancer) when administered in conjunction with other therapies, Medical News Today report