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  1. 3.5m doses of flu vaccine prepared for at-risk groups

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 05.28 / 10:53 bangkokpost.com
    The Public Health Ministry has prepared 3.5 million doses of vaccine to protect people at high risk of contracting influenza, an official said on…
  2. Pet health fair stresses importance of vaccinations

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.27 / 23:59 1049maxcountry.com
    The Panhandle Humane Society held its fourth annual Pet Health Fair on May 24, at the YMCA Trails West Pavilion. The public lined up with their cats and dogs, way before the clinic opened. “This is just a way for us to help citizens in our community who support us to try to get them help for their pets,” said PHS Executive Director Cathy McDaniel. “We really try to help those that might not be able to otherwise vaccinate their pets, because it is so…
  3. Pet health fair stresses importance of vaccinations

    Kneb.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.27 / 23:08 kneb.com
    The Panhandle Humane Society held its fourth annual Pet Health Fair on May 24, at the YMCA Trails West Pavilion. The public lined up with their cats and dogs, way before the clinic opened. “This is just a way for us to help citizens in our community who support us to try to get them…
  4. Measles in Maryland a reminder to vaccinate, officials say

    The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is alerting people to the risk of possible measles exposure in Prince George's County. A person who acquired the viral illness overseas visited several places in Prince George's County between May 8 and being admitted to Children's National…
  5. Titer Testing For Dogs: What Is It, And What Does It Mean For Yearly Vaccinations?

    Dogtime.com - Lifestyle 05.27 / 16:45 dogtime.com
    More and more dog owners are relying on titer testing to determine if yearly vaccinations are necessary, though it can be controversial. The post Titer Testing For Dogs: What Is It, And What Does It Mean For Yearly Vaccinations? appeared first on…
  6. Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents & Young Girls It’s All A Giant Deadly Scam

    Daily Health Post The HPV vaccine controversy has got many people confused. Here’s what you need to know. The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a very common virus that is transmitted via sexual contact. Symptoms aren’t always apparent and someone can be … Continue reading → The post Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents & Young Girls It’s All A Giant Deadly Scam appeared first on From the Trenches World Report…
  7. IFC to invest $60 mn in Biological E to develop vaccines, expand capacity

    Business-standard.com - Companies 05.27 / 08:51 business-standard.com
    The International Finance Corporation (IFC), part of World Bank, will be infusing $60 million into Hyderabad-based Biological E (BioE) to help the company to expand its vaccine manufacturing capacity with a new plant and introduce new products.The proposed investment by IFC involves an "A" loan to, and subscribing to Non-Convertible Debentures of, BioE, aggregating $60 million (or equivalent in Indian Rupees) to part-finance the Project, said IFC.IFC's invesment will support the company to…
  8. Confirmed Science: Vaccinated Children Have 420% Higher Risk of ADHD Compared to Non-Vaccinated

    Humansarefree.com - Science 05.27 / 04:40 humansarefree.com
    For the longest time, I’ve wondered why scientists have not done more straightforward, direct comparisons of the health outcomes of vaccinated children versus those whose parents have chosen not to vaccinate them. After all, that would provide the definitive answer, wouldn’t it? No more of this shilly-shallying back and forth; if you took a group of kids around the same age, half of whom were vaccinated while the other half were not, and checked which group had the better health outcomes, t…
  9. Vaccine tyranny: German kindergartens forced to report parents who refuse vaccination advice

    Sott.net - Lifestyle 05.26 / 22:47 sott.net
    German kindergartens must notify health authorities about parents who fail to prove they have been counselled on child vaccination, the Health Ministry says, ahead of a law set to be passed next week. The move comes amid a measles outbreak in Europe. Parents not complying will face fines of up to €2,500 (US$2,800). The authorities can already fine parents who allow children to skip vaccination, which is mandatory for attending kindergartens. However, it was previously up to nurseries to d…