Vaccination

Barriers to Vaccination Remain, Even in Areas With Measles Outbreaks

13 hours ago   |   MedPage Today

Suspicion, misinformation hurt communities already at risk
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Route of flu vaccination does not affect cellular immune response

1 day ago   |   Healio

In a study of more than 150 men infected or uninfected with HIV, whether participants received influenza vaccination intradermally or intramuscularly had no impact on cellular...
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Saturday Stories: Ultra-Processed Kids, Un-Dead Cons, And Modern German Antisemitism

Saturday Stories: Ultra-Processed Kids, Un-Dead Cons, And Modern German Antisemitism

1 day ago   |   Weighty Matters

Bettina Elias Siegel, in her blog The Lunch Tray, on what that recent ultra-processed study means for our children. Nathaniel Penn, in GQ, with the case of the curious con who...
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New Study Highlights the Power of Local Reporting in Vaccine Decisions

New Study Highlights the Power of Local Reporting in Vaccine Decisions

1 day ago   |   Medindia Health

Source of disease prevalence information was found to impact effectiveness of vaccination programs, revealed new study.
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Measles Vaccination in the US: Need of the Hour!

Measles Vaccination in the US: Need of the Hour!

1 day ago   |   Medindia Health

Measles vaccination is urgently needed in the US due to recent outbreaks among New York's ultra-orthodox Jewish community. Vaccination could stop the measles outbreaks and...
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Do Laws Eliminating Personal-Belief Exemptions Improve Vaccination Rates?

1 day ago   |   Journal Watch

In California, more kindergarteners were up to date on their immunizations after elimination of personal-belief exemptions, but other exemptions increased.
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Maine to Eliminate Non-Medical Exemptions for Vaccinations

1 day ago   |   Time

Democratic Gov. Janet Mills on Friday signed into law a bill that eliminates religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccinations in Maine. Maine has one of the highest...
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Measles vaccination for all to prevent future disease outbreaks

2 days ago   |   News Medical

Measles was declared eradicated in the United States in 2000, but has reappeared in recent months in the form of outbreaks in several states.
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Vaccine Refusal Persists After Personal Belief Exemptions Banned in California

2 days ago   |   Medscape

A replacement effect may have "stifled" the effect of California's senate bill 277 , which banned non-medical vaccine exemptions for kindergarteners, researchers say. Reuters...
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Maine to end non-medical exemptions for vaccinations

2 days ago   |   ABC News

Gov. Janet Mills has signed into law a bill that eliminates religious and philosophical exemptions for required vaccinations in Maine
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Link Between in Vitro Fertilization and Heart Disease in Pregnancy Discovered

Link Between in Vitro Fertilization and Heart Disease in Pregnancy Discovered

Women who are undergoing fertility treatment should see their doctor/physician urgently if they have heart failure symptoms, says study. Read more ...

Virtual Reality can Help Spot Early Signs of Alzheimer's More Accurately

Virtual Reality can Help Spot Early Signs of Alzheimer's More Accurately

Virtual reality technology may help identify early stages of Alzheimer's disease accurately than the standard cognitive tests which are currently in use, finds a new study. Read more ...

Holidays may Disrupt Drug Routines of Children with Diabetes

Holidays may Disrupt Drug Routines of Children with Diabetes

Drug adherence is decreased among children with type 1 diabetes during school holidays and on weekends, finds a new study. Read more ...

Does a Single Exercise Session Improve Insulin Sensitivity?

Does a Single Exercise Session Improve Insulin Sensitivity?

One benefit of exercise is that it lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes. One way it does this is by helping with weight control and by reducing the risk of obesity, a major risk... Read more ...

Why Morning Workouts Are Better for Your Brain

Why Morning Workouts Are Better for Your Brain

What is your favorite time to work out? Do you rise, shine, and lace up your exercise shoes or do you save your workouts for the end of the day? Both approaches have benefits... Read more ...

6 Ways to Get Stubborn Biceps to Grow

6 Ways to Get Stubborn Biceps to Grow

Could your biceps use more definition? Have you stopped seeing changes despite working your biceps regularly? To get your “guns” more defined, you need to hypertrophy the... Read more ...

Another Compelling Reason to Always Take the Stairs at Work

Another Compelling Reason to Always Take the Stairs at Work

Hopefully, you do a structured workout most days of the week. If not, what are you waiting for? Exercise is the best free medicine, and you don't have to join a gym to get the... Read more ...

Does the Hormonal Response to Aerobic & Strength-Training Exercise Differ?

Does the Hormonal Response to Aerobic & Strength-Training Exercise Differ?

Exercise not only burns calories; It affects the release of hormones, chemical messengers that directly influence many important functions in the body. Some of these hormones... Read more ...

Colon Cancer Rates Are Increasing in Younger People. Can Exercise Lower the...

Colon Cancer Rates Are Increasing in Younger People. Can Exercise Lower the Risk?

Did you know colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death? You might think colon cancer is an issue primarily later in life, but rates of new colon malignancy are... Read more ...

Deep state desperation: A false flag is their last remaining option to save...

Deep state desperation: A false flag is their last remaining option to save themselves from being exposed and destroyed

Just four days ago, President Trump ordered the declassification of “bucket five” documents which will show how Obama's FBI and DOJ actively conspired to commit treason against... Read more ...