Friday July 22, 2016
When Hannah Poling, a little red-headed girl with autism-like symptoms, received a settlement from a special federal compensation court in 2007, her case cast doubt in many people’s eyes about what they had been told all along about the safety of vaccinations and the many studies showing that they do not cause autism. But did a court just say that vaccines cause autism or not? No. It didn’t.
Thursday July 14, 2016
Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they have developed a new kind of vaccine that can be customized to various diseases and manufactured within a week.
Tuesday July 5, 2016
California’s strong new vaccination law begins: This is the state’s first week under new rules that require all students in public or private schools to receive the full schedule of childhood vaccinations.
Thursday June 30, 2016
The presidential election and #Brexit dominate the news, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the world stops turning. There are several important immunization stories that shouldn't get lost in the shuffle. Here are four to keep an eye on:
Tuesday June 28, 2016
It was a shock to both parents and health care providers to hear the latest word on nasal flu vaccines, which had long been favored as a painless and more effective alternative to flu shots for children. Not this year.