Tetanus Immunizations

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Immunizations scheduled  -  Dec 10, 2008
Joliet Herald News,The Grundy County Health Department will offer adults (19 years and older) flu and pneumonia immunizations from 4 to 6 pm Dec.

Are your shots up-to-date?  -  Dec 10, 2008
Midland Free Press,Immunizations are the best way to protect yourself from preventable diseases such as measles, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus.

New reminder system for parents  -  Nov 5, 2008
Leader Post,Parents can take their best shot at remembering, but small children receive so many immunizations at different stages that the Regina Qu'Appelle Health

Situation improving in Floyd County  -  Sep 17, 2008
Evening News and Tribune,Dr. Tom Harris, health officer for the county, recommends people working in cleanup areas make sure they are up to date with their tetanus immunizations.

Health unit can top up your shots  -  Sep 13, 2008
The Barrie Examiner,Immunizations are the best way to protect yourself from preventable diseases such as measles, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus.

Adults avoiding vaccinations  -  Sep 8, 2008
Times Colonist,Most adults aren't immunized against infectious diseases, according to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Less than five per cent of adults keep

Cabarrus Health This Week  -  Jun 22, 2008
Charlotte Observer,For college-bound students, MMR and tetanus immunizations available. Gardasil (human papillomavirus vaccine) available for ages 9-26.

Tips On Avoiding Health Hazards After The Flooding  -  Jul 8, 2008
7thSpace Interactive (press release),According to IDPH Deputy Medical Director Dr. Kenneth Soyemi, there is "generally no need for mass tetanus immunizations during a flood.

State health officials warn Hoosiers to protect themselves from ...  -  Jun 18, 2008
Indianapolis Star,State health officials recommend people in flooded areas make sure they are up-to-date on their tetanus immunizations. For people who sustained wounds

Flood briefs  -  Jun 16, 2008
The Herald-Times (subscription),Additionally, state health officials recommend people in flooded areas make sure they are up-to-date on their tetanus immunizations.

Flood clean-up presents potential for health risks  -  Jun 19, 2008
Greene County Daily World,Make sure you are up-to-date on your tetanus immunizations. For people who sustained wounds during the flooding or had injuries exposed to floodwater,

A health worker sets aside personal loss to help others recover in ...  -  May 23, 2008
UNICEF (press release),In addition, at least 4000 tetanus immunizations have been given to pregnant women and others in Laputta. In Laputta alone, there are more 40000 people

Fisher working to communicate farm health, safety  -  Apr 30, 2008
Spencer Daily Reporter,Health screenings for hearing, lung function, blood pressure, cholesterol, skin assessments, tetanus immunizations and cholinesterase are among the

Survey suggests Canadian adults are under immunized, don't track ...  -  Apr 23, 2008
The Canadian Press,TORONTO — Canadian adults aren't as well protected by immunizations as they should be, leaving them vulnerable to serious diseases such as pertussis

Make sure rabies and tetanus immunizations are up-to-date  -  Apr 9, 2008
California Democrat,By DAVID A. WILSON According to Andrea Kincaid, RN with the Moniteau County Health Department, spring is the time to make sure rabies immunizations of pets

Health dept. offering free immunizations this week  -  Apr 23, 2008
Brookhaven Daily Leader,...measles, mumps and tetanus. Immunizations are also being provided for human papillomavirus (HPV) for pre-adolescent girls and haemophilus influenzae

Posted -13 sec ago  -  Apr 7, 2008
Orillia Packet & Times,Immunizations are the best way to protect yourself from preventable diseases such as measles, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus.

Kindergarten registration set for Sioux Falls children  -  Apr 2, 2008
Sioux Falls Argus Leader,Hours for signup and tours are 3:30 to 6:30 pm at most of the district’s 23 elementary schools. At Lowell, the signup is 4 to 7 pm At Garfield,

Cabarrus Health This Week  -  Dec 23, 2007
Charlotte Observer,For college-bound students, MMR and tetanus immunizations available. Gardasil (human papillomavirus vaccine) available for ages 9-26.

Cabarrus Health This Week  -  Oct 7, 2007
Charlotte Observer,For college-bound students, MMR and tetanus immunizations available. Gardasil (human papillomavirus vaccine) available for ages 9-26.

Isabel(Izzy) Lyman  -  Oct 17, 2007
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Is there any monitoring of the quality of vitamin A capsules used ...  -  Oct 5, 2007
Am J Clin Nutr (subscription),...within 6 wk of delivery, and their infants received 25 000 IU vitamin A at 6, 10, and 14 wk along with DPT (diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus) immunizations.



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