Vaccines in the News

Vaccines in the News

States with the highest child vaccine rates April 25, 2017
Vaccines have made huge inroads over recent decades – dramatically shrinking the numbers of people affected by potentially deadly diseases such as measles, whooping cough, influenza and polio. But an additional 1.5 million deaths could be prevented across the globe if more people were immunized, says the World Health Organization. U.S. medical experts spoke with CBS News for World Immunization Week (April 24 – 30) and raised concern about the number of Americans who still aren’t vaccinating their children or getting their own shots, which continues to fuel preventable disease outbreaks. [+] more
Of Course I Vaccinate My Kids, But I Empathize With Those Who Don't April 25, 2017
Truth from a mom who's been there. [+] more
The next great medical innovations that could save children April 24, 2017
What medical advancements could save the lives of our children in the future? That's the question members of the American Academy of Pediatrics asked themselves. Their answers were published last week in the journal Pediatrics. [+] more
How to prevent cervical cancer April 23, 2017
New research from the CDC shows that one in five adults in this country is infected with human papillomavirus, or HPV.  That can cause multiple kinds of cancers, including cervical cancer. [+] more
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