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  1. 8 ways tea can give you flawless skinRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Stylelist

    Kusmi Tea BB Detox is your Monday morning must have after a weekend of partying and imbibing. The blend is a mix of mate and green tea with the flavor of grapefruit.


  2. Didn't get autism from a vaccine? That doesn't mean the central nervous system wasn't corruptedRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    Are you a survivor? Did you survive the onslaught of THIRTY or more vaccines during the first seven years of your life, and then countless booster shots, flu shots and multiple jabs that are more dangerous than consuming heavy metal toxins daily ? Can you still think straight, without shaking, without having seizures or convulsions, and do all of your muscle systems still work properly? Wow. You are SO lucky.


  3. Concern about chicken pox in Detroit suburbRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WNWN-FM Battle Creek

    A Birmingham woman is angry after she says her sixth-grade son was sent home from school because he hasn't been vaccinated against chicken pox.


  4. Vaccination policy creates controversyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Beverly Hills Eccentric

    ... today and it's stressing him out." Neither Michael, 11, nor his older sister Jane are fully vaccinated against chickenpox. Both attend Derby, but because Michael is in a classroom where another student was diagnosed with chickenpox, he's being ...


  5. Public health officer: Cost of Clallam measles outbreak could reach $200,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Peninsula Daily News

    The cost of controlling a measles outbreak in Clallam County hasn't been tallied yet but could be as high as $200,000, Jefferson County's public health officer said. In the measles outbreak on the North Olympic Peninsula, five cases - three adults and two juveniles - were diagnosed in Clallam County beginning Feb. 1. No cases have been confirmed in Jefferson County.


  6. Chickenpox outbreak forces students out of schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | C & G Newspapers

    About 13 students have been told to stay home from school until the middle of April due to a chickenpox outbreak that hit the Birmingham Public Schools district. According to BPS Community Relations Director Marcia Wilkinson, three cases were reported in the district last week, with one case each confirmed at Pierce Elementary, Derby Middle School and Seaholm High School.


  7. Tami Powell, director of Oxford Kids Foundation, stands next to a hyperbaric chamber.Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Hometown Life

    Oxford Recovery Center uses oxygen as medicine Lyon Township business helps family pay for high-pressure treatments Check out this story on Tami Powell, founder of Oxford Recovery Center, recently rifled through a stack of medical files of children whose parents can't afford the treatment provided at the Lyon Township center. "The need is growing as more and more people realize their kids are recoverable," she said.


  8. Mom furious after unvaccinated student sent homeRead the original story

    Friday | Central Ohio

    A Michigan mother is furious after her sixth-grade son was sent home from class Friday because he's not fully vaccinated against chicken pox. "I wasn't vaccinated, and I don't think it's fair that I can't go to school," Michael, 11, said after his mother, Sarah, was called to the school to pick him up.


  9. Unvaccinated kids excluded during chicken pox outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Michigan Radio

    A cluster of three chicken pox cases in Birmingham, Michigan, prompted the school district to exclude unvaccinated children until April 14 to prevent the virus from spreading. The directive, issued by the Oakland County Health Division, affects about a dozen families, according to Birmingham schools superintendent Daniel Nerad.


  10. Birmingham mom upset over school's vaccine rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ClickOnDetroit

    A Birmingham mother was upset when her son, who is not vaccinated against chicken pox, has been sent home from school for three weeks because of a cluster of chicken pox cases in the school. COULD HAVE THESE FAMILIES LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME.


  11. Mom: Birmingham Schools Response to Chickenpox Amounts to 'Bullying'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    A Birmingham mom is upset that her son's school sent him home Friday because he's not vaccinated against chickenpox . Sarah Donovan told the Detroit Free Press she was "beyond not happy" after her son, Michael, 11, was sent home.


  12. Orland Township Immunization Clinics Open to Non-Township ChildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 |

    Monthly Orland Township immunization clinics are open to all eligible children 18 and under regardless of township residency. Adults receivi Monthly Orland Township immunization clinics are open to all eligible children 18 and under regardless of township residency.


  13. Unvaccinated students told to stay home amid chickenpoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Greenwich Citizen

    Unvaccinated children at some schools in a Detroit-area district are being told to stay home from classes until April 14 after three cases of chickenpox were diagnosed. Marcia Wilkinson , director of community relations for Birmingham Public Schools , says the district has been working with about a dozen parents whose apparently unvaccinated children were in classes with affected students.


  14. Human Vaccine Market in China 2018 Forecasts (Hib, Human Rabies,...Read the original story

    Friday | Sys-Con Media

    A vaccine is a preventive biological product for human use that prevents and controls the occurrence and prevalence of infectious diseases, so the demand for such products is relatively rigid. Due to suspected deaths stemming from vaccination and some companies' at less-developed economy, existing national vaccine prevention policies and people's awareness of epidemic prevention, free EPI vaccines prevail in with a share of about 80% in the total lot release volume.


  15. No vaccinations, no school?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gaston Gazette

    A measles outbreak panicked parents across the country earlier this year. The rash of cases never spread to North Carolina, but that's not stopping lawmakers from eyeing legislation as a result.


  16. Unvaccinated Birmingham schools kids told to stay home until mid-April after chickenpox diagnosedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    Exclusion from class is "a very real consequence" of choosing not to immunize children, a health department official said.


  17. Birmingham Schools Alert Parents to Chickenpox WorriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 |

    The school district has an important message for parents of students who haven't been vaccinated against the highly contagious disease. The Birmingham Public School district emailed hundreds of parents warning them to keep children who haven't been vaccinated against chickenpox at home after three confirmed cases of the illness.


  18. My brother's children are not vaccinated. How can I protect my unborn child?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Globe and Mail

    My wife is due to deliver our first child soon. My brother and his wife have not vaccinated any of their children .


  19. Kalamazoo area continues to have high vaccination rates and few waiversRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 |

    Only 2.6 percent of the county's kindergartners had waivers, which their parents obtained to exempt their children from required vaccines. That's half the state average of 5.2 percent.


  20. Birmingham Schools Warn Parents Of Outbreak Of Chickenpox, Recommend Non-Immunized Stay HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | CBS Local

    ... Public Schools district. On Thursday a letter was sent home to parents informing them of a minor outbreak of chickenpox in some of the Birmingham schools. Community Relations Director Marcia Wilkinson said three cases were reported Tuesday: one at ...