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October 23, 2015
UN: More studies needed on new malaria shots before using it
Vaccine experts advising the World Health Organization have recommended that further studies be done on a new malaria vaccine ...
October 09, 2015
Johnson & Johnson starts Ebola vaccine trial in Sierra Leone
Johnson & Johnson has begun clinical trials for an Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone. The vaccine regimen is part of a new study ...
October 08, 2015
Measure to repeal California vaccine law won't be on ballot
Proponents of an effort to repeal California's new stricter law requiring mandatory vaccines for school children failed to ...
October 08, 2015
License suspended for nurse accused of reusing syringes
A nurse accused of reusing syringes while giving flu shots to 67 patients at a pharmaceutical company voluntarily surrendered ...
October 07, 2015
New Jersey agency: Nurse giving flu shots reused syringes
A nurse administering flu shots to dozens of employees of a pharmaceutical company reused syringes, the state Department of ...
September 18, 2015
Things to know about the flu shot: Lots of options this year
Give flu vaccine another chance: This year's version got a recipe change that should make it more effective after last ...
September 17, 2015
Time for flu vaccine, updated after misery of last winter
It's time for flu shots again, and health officials expect to avoid a repeat of the misery last winter, when immunizations ...
September 16, 2015
Australia to penalize parents who don't vaccinate children
The Australian government said on Wednesday that it will pass a law that would withhold child care and other payments from ...
September 07, 2015
Infants' whooping cough source likely siblings, study finds
Infants are more likely to catch whooping cough from their siblings than their moms, says a study with implications for how ...
September 03, 2015
Ukraine: sufficient vaccine coming to block polio outbreak
One day after the World Health Organization confirmed two cases of polio in Ukrainian children, the country's health minister ...
September 01, 2015
Kansas City Royals hit by chickenpox
All-Star reliever Kelvin Herrera and Royals right fielder Alex Rios have been diagnosed with chickenpox, raising concerns ...
August 27, 2015
Health official: States should post local vaccination info
How many kids are vaccinated at your child's school? Federal health officials think you should be able to easily find out.
August 18, 2015
South Dakota nurse embeds in colony life to transform care
A spaghetti dinner with people in prairie dress and a church service in German is all in a day's work for Kerri Lutjens.
August 17, 2015
Health officials say they won't change HPV vaccine mandate
State health officials say there are no plans to change a new requirement that middle school students in Rhode Island get the ...
August 11, 2015
Scientists say fetal tissue essential for medical research
The furor on Capitol Hill over Planned Parenthood has stoked a debate about the use of tissue from aborted fetuses in medical ...
August 07, 2015
Meningitis epidemic threat in West Africa, but few vaccines
International health officials are scrambling, without much success, to find meningitis C vaccines as an outbreak of the ...
August 04, 2015
Freshman GOP Rep. Curbelo diagnosed with whooping cough
Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo has been diagnosed with whooping cough, a rare and contagious disease that is officially known ...
July 30, 2015
Only small increase in US girls getting cervical cancer shot
More U.S. girls are getting a controversial vaccine, but the increase last year was only slight. A national survey released ...
July 28, 2015
Drugmaker Pfizer tops Street 2Q forecasts, raises forecast
Pfizer Inc. beat Wall Street's second-quarter expectations and raised its 2015 forecast, as soaring sales for a few key ...
July 24, 2015
Nigeria celebrates 1 year with no new polio cases
Once stigmatized as the world's polio epicenter, Nigeria on Friday celebrates its first year with no reported case of the ...