Virus Immunization

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US sees fall in swine flu rate  -  ‎Nov 20, 2009‎
AFPWASHINGTON — US officials Friday said infections from A(H1N1) virus had slowed in the United States this week, raising hopes the early roll-out of vaccines ...

Two More H1N1 Deaths; New Immunization Clinics  -  ‎Nov 4, 2009‎
KXNTThe Health District will host two H1N1 virus immunization clinics this weekend for those in priority groups. The inhaled mist and shot version will be ...

Boston Medical Center Managing H1N1 Flu Vaccination for its Community with ...  -  ‎Oct 27, 2009‎
ReutersImmunization tracking is top-of-mind in healthcare, not just because of the prevalence of the H1N1 virus. Immunization repositories, such as the one ...

Swine flu vaccine clinics draw hundreds  -  ‎Oct 31, 2009‎
Daytona Beach News-JournalEligibility for the free vaccine is more restricted in Volusia County, which is limiting its free HIN1 virus immunization efforts to school populations in ...

H1N1 And Seasonal Flu Shot Clinics Across Waterloo Region  -  ‎Oct 29, 2009‎
KW Now!Details (dates, times, locations) of all future seasonal flu and H1N1 flu virus immunization clinics will be released each Thursday. ...

Shot key in battling flu  -  Dec 17, 2008
The Evening Leader,By MARY BARGDILL ST. MARYS — As the winter season heralds the flu and cold season, Auglaize County residents can take steps to protect themselves from

Still time to get flu shots  -  Dec 10, 2008
Brantford Expositor,As well, there are three remaining flu immunization clinics running at the Brant County Health Unit, 194 Terrace Hill St., on Dec. 13, Jan. 10 and Jan.

West Nile Virus and Influenza Immunizations  -  Nov 12, 2008
Liberty County Times,...a live virus it will cause a mild flue like illness, but it will result in a somewhat more robust immunity than the killed virus immunization produces.

Adult flu clinics scheduled  -  Sep 11, 2008
Joliet Herald News,JOLIET -- The Will County Health Department is teaming with Joliet's Senior Services Center of Will County to offer eight adult-only flu immunization

Unusual Rotavirus Season May Be Due to Newly Introduced Vaccine  -  Jun 25, 2008
PharmaLive.com (press release),ATLANTA, June 25, 2008--Rotavirus activity in the ongoing 2007-2008 season appears to have started later than usual and have been less severe than during

US Measles Outbreak Worst In Last 7 Years  -  May 2, 2008
Dog Flu Diet and Diseases,May 2 2008 - An alarming amount of measles cases in the United States this year has health officials very worried. So far this year more than 60 cases have

New govt in Pakistan to reform health sector: Sherry Rehman  -  May 20, 2008
Associated Press of Pakistan,GENEVA, Switzerland May 20 (APP): Minister for Health Sherry Rehman said here Wednesday that the new government in Pakistan accords top priority to

Fifth case of measles in city  -  Apr 22, 2008
Guelph Mercury,Public health officials have confirmed a fifth case of measles in Guelph, just as 96 students kept in isolation are set to return to school.

Solon files bill for immunization of newbron babies against hepatitis  -  Mar 30, 2008
Philippine Star,The lawmaker and wife of Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano has filed a bill in the House of Representatives mandating the immunization of newborn infants against

Polio cases double in Nigeria  -  Apr 21, 2008
NewsweekBy MARIA CHENG AP Medical Writer | AP Polio cases have nearly doubled this year in the West African nation of Nigeria as officials struggle to fight various

About measles  -  Apr 1, 2008
AZFamily,Measles is an infectious disease caused by a virus. Initial symptoms include a runny nose, cough, fever, and fatigue. After about 3 days, a red blotchy rash

Polio strikes after vaccine phobia  -  Feb 11, 2008
Times of India,Kolkata: When Azaduddin Hossain refused to let his son Sahabuddin be administered the polio vaccine, little did he realize how dear it would cost him.

Minnesota Health Department Won’t Recommend Required HPV Vaccine ...  -  Feb 1, 2008
FOX 9 News,ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Health has decided not to recommend requiring a cervical cancer vaccine as part of school immunization requirements.

Sanofi Pasteur Supports National Influenza Vaccination Week  -  Nov 26, 2007
CNNMoney.comSWIFTWATER, Pa., Nov. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of the sanofi-aventis Group , joins the influenza immunization

Prevent Disease Outbreaks with Sea Salt  -  Nov 26, 2007
BostonNOW,BATTLING DISEASE, New BU Lab Trying to Prevent Outbreaks, BostonNOW’s front page story, November 26 th 2007 is brainless and costly.

HPV vaccine given to young girls  -  Oct 15, 2007
St. Thomas Times-Journal,By Kyle Rea Most Grade 8 girls in St. Thomas and Elgin county have received a new vaccine designed to protect against the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Fighting the flu : Is a flu shot really beneficial? Hear both ...  -  Oct 10, 2007
Cadillac News,...(much weakened) virus immunization that is designed only for healthy persons but that is more effective than the shot in preventing influenza.



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