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The norovirus vaccine, while not preventive of all disease, does significantly reduce the severity of symptoms.
MMR Vaccine and Febrile Seizures: What's the Risk?
If you aren't ready with the answer to this question and a way to put it in context for parents, you just might not get another chance. What would you say?
MMR Vaccine and Febrile Seizures: Benefit Tops Risk
Here's how to put a parent's concern to rest.
Opportunistic Vaccination: A Flu Shot For Big Sister, Too
Since mom went to the hassle of bringing along the 4 year old to her little brother's appointment, why not help make it worth the trip and get her up-to-date, too?
What's Your Flu IQ for 2014-2015?
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has just published its official recommendations for the 2014-2015 influenza season. How do the updated guidelines apply to this potential office situation?
Vacation Vaccinations: Who Needs What and for Where?
You may have patients with plans for far-flung summer travel. But have they planned for necessary vaccinations? See if you can advise the family in our travel quiz on appropriate prevention for all.
A Vaccine Is a Shot at Prevention: A Photo Essay
Hepatitis, measles, smallpox, polio, mumps, influenza, Fifth disease—a close look at the value of vaccination past, present, and future.
Quadrivalent HPV Vaccine Appears Safe for Females With JIA
(EULAR 2014) Analysis of 7-month results show few problems and great benefit for the Gardasil vaccine against human papilloma virus in girls or young women with juvenile arthritis.
Podcast: New Guidelines for Vaccinating Boys Against HPV Infection
What exactly are the new guidelines for vaccinating boys against HPV infection—and why is this development good news for both men and women?
Podcast: Measles Shows Its Spots—Again
Measles is making a comeback . . . yet again . . . in the United States.
HPV Vaccine: The Myths . . . and the Facts
Presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann recently made the unsubstantiated comment on national TV that the HPV vaccine has “very serious consequences” and that it can cause mental retardation.
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