Vaccination and Immunization
A widely used tuberculosis vaccine may be a powerful tool for lowering A1c levels in patients with long-term diabetes.
Using two experimental malaria vaccines together reduces the infection rate by 91%
The number of vaccine exemptions for nonmedical reasons is rising in 12 states.
Pediatrician group recommends using flus shots rather than the intranasal flu vaccine for children this year.
A less effective vaccine still benefits public health by preventing some disease and deaths.
State rules that limit pharmacists from administering adult vaccines are a barrier to raising immunization rates.
Vaccine apathy existed back in the 1960s, a study finds.
Parents of children with autism spectrum disorder are less likely to fully vaccinate their autistic child or the siblings.
Newly found antibody may help create effective vaccine against malaria.