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MORE than half of two and three-year-olds in Scotland are still to have the winter flu vaccine despite official warnings that the virus can be "devastating" for children.
Moms do all they can to prepare their kids for a healthy transition from summer vacation to the new school year, which brings new teachers, homework and demanding sports practices.
According to the Department of Health, both victims were adults and are the first people to die flu-related deaths in Georgia, this flu season.
Princeton University reports more than 3,300 students have received meningitis B vaccinations since a mass vaccination got underway on campus Monday.
As part of the push for National Influenza Vaccination Week , health officials are encouraging those who have not yet been vaccinated against the flu this year to get immunized.
As part of National Influenza Vaccination Week, health officials are reminding residents that getting a flu shot is the best way to protect the ones you love this holiday season.
With almost no measles in the United States since the 1990s, today's generation of American parents are not familiar with the disease and buy in too easily to the anti-vaccination movement currently in vogue, said measles vaccine developer Dr. Samuel Katz.
Do children need all their vaccinations? This has been a controversy for years. This weekend, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran a front page article entitled "More parents rebuff vitamin K shot at birth."
Vaccinations aren't just for children, and they aren't just about protecting oneself from a communicable disease.
Influenza, meningitis, whooping cough, measles. These are just a few illnesses that can be prevented, if we vaccinate ourselves and our children against them.
For years, the Stay-at-home mom brigade and radical religious groups have kept their children from being vaccinated due to the fear that it would make their children autistic.
Over 25 per cent of Greeks can't afford health care, putting children and pregnant women in danger, Doctors of the World medical aid group said.
The push to immunize all children against polio has been hampered by the ongoing crisis in the Syrian Arab Republic, according to the World Health Organization .
Autism advocates are set to protest tomorrow against a quiet effort by Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration to require annual flu vaccinations for all New York City schoolchildren.
The vast majority of Americans haven't been vaccinated against HPV and are unsure about the shots' effectiveness in preventing cancers, according to new data from the Health Information National Trends Survey.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention meningitis expert Thomas Clark says that shortly after vaccinations began at noon Monday, scores of students were in line and some had received the dose.