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A top scientist and researcher for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had a key role in helping Dr. Brian Hooker of the Focus Autism Foundation uncover manipulated data from the agency that obscured a higher incidence of autism in African American boys.
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And with new vaccination requirements taking effect in Minnesota on September 1st, students will need to be up to date on all their shots.
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One often-overlooked item to take care of: making sure students have all of the vaccinations required to attend school in the fall.
21 hrs ago | KLAS-TV Las Vegas
Children who may need vaccines are kindergartners and 7th graders. Kindergartners need boosters for tetanus and polio.
With the kids heading back to school, it's time to get caught up on vaccines for the year! August is National Immunization Awareness Month and there's no better time to brush up on your knowledge of these potentially life-saving vaccinations.
According to the Jessica Mullen, Health Educator, 6th graders must be vaccinated against Tdap, which protects against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis , and kindergartners must be up to date on DTap, Polio, MMR , and chicken pox to attend school.
As children start heading back to school, the Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center is reminding parents to include immunizations on their back-to-school checklists, whether their children are heading for elementary school, high school or college.
MONDAY, Aug. 18, 2014 -- Doctors are still struggling to find effective ways to convince wary parents of the importance of vaccinating their infant children.
It's normal for children to feel nervous or anxious about starting or going back to school, but there are a number of things parents can do to ease kids' concerns, an expert says.
A top research scientist working for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention played a key role in helping Dr. Brian Hooker of the Focus Autism Foundation uncover data manipulation by the CDC that obscured a higher incidence of autism in African-American boys .
The department says children who aren't vaccinated have a higher risk of contracting and spreading illnesses such as measles and mumps.
As a new school year looms, families in Durham Region are urged to ensure their children are properly vaccinated against a host of communicable diseases.
As families prepare children for the new school year, school districts remind of vaccines required through the Lord Fairfax Health District.
Back-to-school season is just days away for some students, and that means parents are out getting supplies, new clothes and back packs.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:55 pm
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