Immunization & Vaccines:Types & Information

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Measles vaccine made of fine dry powder delivered with puff of air triggered no adverse side effects in early human testing and it is likely effective.

According to a Henry Ford Health System study, hospitals can improve flu vaccination rate among health care workers by using mandatory employee vaccination policy.

Concerted effort by nurses practitioners and other primary care providers needed to reverse rise in pertussis cases and deaths among children and youth.

Report on federal childhood immunization schedule offers a framework for conducting safety research using existing or new data collection systems.

10% of parents refuse or delay vaccinations because they believe it is safer than following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention schedule.

More parents stating they will not vaccinate daughters against HPV due to increased concerns about potential side effects.

The herpes zoster vaccine also known as the shingles vaccine is generally safe and well tolerated according to a Vaccine Safety Datalink study.

42 million younger seniors in the U.S. between 50 and 65 may soon have a new vaccine to prevent pneumococcal pneumonia.

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