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The HIV vaccine study known as HVTN 505 was shut down on April 25 on the recommendation of an independent data and safety monitoring board .
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Highland Council plans to pilot an annual flu vaccination for schoolchildren before rolling it out for all P1 to S5 pupils.
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Promotion of influenza vaccines is one of the most visible and aggressive public health policies today, writes Doshi.
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The WHO's group of experts on immunization believes one dose of vaccination is enough to provide life-long immunity against yellow fever.
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Health officials have warned that action is needed to prevent a rubella outbreak, which can be particularly dangerous to pregnant women.
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The 13th annual Calhoun H.E.R.D. program sale is scheduled for May 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the Northwest Georgia Research and Education Center livestock pavilion in Calhoun.
Whitman-Walker Health, the nonprofit community health center that specializes in HIV/AIDS and LGBT-competent care, announced Tuesday it will be offering meningitis vaccinations to people who are not current patients due to increased demand.
A 17 year old female was bitten by a dog on May 14, 2013 at approximately 12:00 noon in the Hillcrest area in Frederick, MD.
As HIV-vaccine trial participants, we grow accustomed to the routine blood draws, interacting with study staff and taking our computer-assisted interviews that catalog our risks.
There are long-standing concerns that a small number of people develop a paralytic illness after getting a flu shot.
Nathalie Martinez, center, chose to have her daughters, Jordin, left, and Nathalie, right, vaccinated for HPV after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.
Most of the changes seem perfectly reasonable: Owners need to show proof of up-to-date rabies and distemper vaccinations, for instance, and the city is combining its dog license and dog park access tags into one.
Three people in North Idaho are being treated for possible exposure to rabies after a rabid bat was found inside their home.
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Although the rise in cases of the H7N9 bird flu in China seems to have slowed, health officials are developing a vaccine against the virus, and will test it in a clinical trial, experts say.
"She'll have her first round of vaccinations in a few weeks time and after that she'll be ready for rehoming." a Get the Dinnington Guardian for just 63p a week when you subscribe - a saving of 25%. Call 0844 9916464 or click on this link www.subscriptionline.co.uk/WGU
Immunizations or vaccinations are the mainstay of preventative health care. Regardless of age, vaccine administration has proven to decrease the incidence and severity of many serious illnesses.