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One of the latest vaccination memes to go viral on social media is an article by Arizona “paleo-cardiologist”, Dr Jack Wolfson.
Dr Wolfson did an interview with one of his local TV stations in January, during which he gave his opinion about the outbreak of measles centred around Disneyland. 1,710 more words
On April 26, 1954, children at the Franklin Sherman Elementary School in McLean, Virginia, held their breaths as needles penetrated the skin of their upper arms. 334 more words
Health Minister J P Nadda said that health ministers of SAARC nations met here on April 8 and resolved to strengthen health cooperation among the countries including setting up of SAARC Supra National Reference Laboratory for TB and HIV/AIDS amongst others. 148 more words
For some time I had been meaning to visit an aunt, intending to just quiz her about some old family stories. Maisie is the last of my English ancesters, and the nagging feeling was that I ought to get some of the old stories/rumours/facts even in the bag. 422 more words
A Detailed analysis of the international and China Polio Vaccine market is presented in the Global Polio Vaccine Industry 2015. The report analyses of the Polio Vaccine market based on a variety of important industry verticals such as variety of products, key applications, developments, key market trends, key technologies in the marketplace, and the competitive landscape. 82 more words
Nigeria is one of the places left that still has polio, mainly because Boko Haram, like the Afghan and Pakistani Talibans, is against these vaccinations. But soldiers in Cameroon who are fighting Boko Haram’s expansion there are also doing their part to help polio. 23 more words