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Dr Darren Hunt, director of public health, has asked schools to update registers to readily identify any unimmunised children in contact with measles.
A measles outbreak in a Chilliwack school has Fraser Health's chief medical officer urging residents who may have been exposed to the virus not to travel during spring break.
"With limited access to screening and treatment, it is all the more important to vaccinate girls against HPV to give them the best protection possible against cervical cancer, which claims more than a quarter of a million women's lives every year."
The University of California-Santa Barbara began vaccinations for meningitis on Feb. 24. The vaccinations are welcome, but too late for UCSB lacrosse player Aaron Loy, whose feet were amputated after he contracted meningitis in November.
Researchers said they and their American colleagues had identified 12 closely related antibodies capable of recognizing and destroying multiple strains of HIV.
The Lorain County General Health District says two cases of whooping cough have been reported in the Avon Local Schools District.
NY1 VIDEO: The New York City Department of Health is looking into a measles outbreak in Northern Manhattan and the Bronx.
In spite of misinformation, vaccines remain a safe, scientifically proven way to prevent disease, according to Dr. Margaret O'Dell.
A case of whooping cough has been confirmed in an Orchard Park Elementary School student who has relatives at Carmel High School, parents were warned.
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Students living on college campuses could be required to get vaccinated against bacterial meningitis under legislation endorsed by a Missouri Senate committee.
Anybody who owns a pet knows that it can be an expensive proposition. But this month is a good time to keep some of your pet costs down, with the Metro Health Department's annual rabies clinics and a birthday celebration for the low-cost Value Vet clinics.
A Connecticut law requiring flu shots for children entering preschool or daycare has reduced flu-related hospitalizations of young children by 12 percent, according to a new study.
Public health officials continue to urge those who have not been vaccinated yet to do so.
Most affected. Kakindo, Kyakabadiima and Bwamiramira sub-counties and Kagadi Town Council are some of the areas that have been most hit.