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2 hrs ago | The Standard
An adequate supply of the chickenpox vaccine will hopefully arrive soon so that vaccination schemes can begin, Secretary for Food and Health Ko Wing-man said.
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6 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times
SAN DIEGO -- The percentage of parents opting for the "personal belief exemption" to avoid vaccinations for their children in kindergarten has tripled in a decade, county health officials said Wednesday.
WE ARE BACK IN TWO 70 ON A THURSDAY. -- ON THURSDAY. ONE OUT OF EVERY THREE PEOPLE IN THE U.S. WILL GET SHINGLES.
There is one last chance for immunizations for children or adults who either don't have insurance or don't have coverage for vaccinations before Crow Wing County Public Health ends its program.
This week, New Jersey joined New York and Ohio as the third U.S. location to have a mumps outbreak this year-and it probably won't be the last.
Town of Whitecourt mayor Maryann Chichak and Alberta Health Services public health nurse Jean Day show off the official Whitecourt Proclamation of Immunization Week on April 26 to May 3. Barry Kerton That is the message Alberta Health Services wants to get out during Immunization Week, which will be held on the last week of April.
Ontario is helping children and youth stay healthy by requiring their immunizations to be up to date before they return to school in September.
In the wake of a recent outbreak of measles in British Columbia and a considerable amount of back-and-forth in recent months by the pro- and anti-vaccine crowd, the Ontario government has just announced plans to beef up the immunization schedule for the province's children.
Larry Bowa may be known for his baseball prowess and fiery personality, but in June 2013, the two-time Golden Glove-winner was stopped in his tracks by a case of shingles, which he says caused him some of the worst pain of his life.
To the Editor: Enterovirus infections are associated with many clinical manifestations, and specific virus groups or serotypes are associated with specific manifestations.
Students starting classes in the next school year will need proof of new vaccines for meningococcal disease, whooping cough and, for children born in 2010 or later, chickenpox.
Symptoms of measles include fever, cough, runny nose or red eyes and a red blotchy rash that appears several days after the fever starts.
Beginning in September, Ontario students will have to show proof they have been vaccinated against chickenpox, whooping cough and meningococcal diseases before they enter school.
Ontario children will have to prove they've been immunized for whooping cough, chickenpox and meningococcal disease before reporting for school in September.