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Study shows the hepatitis B vaccine may reduce the risk of kids getting one form of leukemia. Credit: Getty Childhood vaccines actually prevent (wait for it, wait for it) childhood diseases. Wow. Who woulda thunk it? Certainly ...Contrary to hysterical belief, childhood vaccines prove to be a good thing.
This year's immunization guidelines cover a range of conditions such as influenza, pertussis and genital warts. Credit: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images Today, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released the recommended childhood ...Among the new guidelines is a recommendation that adolescents get a booster dose of meningococcal vaccine.
With the retraction of the MMR-autism study, there is no scientific evidence linking the two. Credit: Getty If you're one of the increasing number of parents who cite "conscientious objection" to have the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR...A new report shows link between vaccines and autism was actually an elaborate hoax.
Do you vaccinate your kids? Credit: Getty ImagesDecember 6 is Family Vaccination Day, which is part of the fourth annual National Influenza Vaccination Week. The focus here is on the flu vaccine, but of course there are many other shots out t...Do you vaccinate your children against the flu and other diseases?
Credit: Getty ImagesThe vast majority of young children in the United States continue to receive routine vaccines, a new report says. Immunization rates for children between the ages of 19 and 35 months remained at or higher than 90 percent...The vast majority of young children in the United States continue to receive routine vaccines, a new report says.
Kids are the Typhoid Marys of flu season, experts say. Credit: Zaldylmg, FlickrThe summer breezes are still teasing us, even as our kids board their buses for the first weeks of school, but it won't be long before the 2010-2011 flu season is u...
Their children's tears aren't the only reason parents hate getting their kids vaccinated. While the vast majority of parents believe vaccines prevent their children from getting sick, many still harbor doubts as to their safety, according to a stud...
Henry Middle School student Jorge Aldana winces as Denver Health clinical project manager RN Kelly Busch gives him a shot. Credit: Joe Amon, The Denver Post First it was homework, then it was tests and now it's shots. Just one more reasons kids mig...
Parents who choose not to vaccinate their children may be putting other kids at risk by weakening what experts call "herd immunity." The trend of delaying or refusing vaccinations lets infectious childhood diseases that were previously considere...
Some parents worry about vaccinating their children. Credit: jupiterimagesOpponents of vaccines lost a court battle this month, as a federal judge ruled that a West Virginia mom must immunize her child. Jennifer Workman of Mingo County, W...
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