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Keep up with vaccine recommendations

PCV13's dosing schedule is complex, said Dr. Poland, who helped to author a summary of the newest vaccines along with updated recommendations published earlier this year in Vaccine. ... Dr. Schaffner's recommendation for those vaccines is to write a
September 2013

ACP Internist

This update covers a warning on sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors and approval of a trivalent vaccine for the prevention of seasonal influenza in people age 65 years and older. ... This regulatory update covers changed labeling for heparin and

Is the meningitis B vaccine for you?

She was well-liked, smart, and healthy. And she had received her meningitis vaccine. ... Three of the most important bacteria that cause the disease now have effective vaccines.
May 2019

The vaccine that went away.

The IDSA session "Why is there no vaccine for Lyme disease?" bucked that trend. ... Experts reviewed why the Lymerix vaccine (on the market from 98-02) didn't work out.
May 2019

Hints for preventive care in inflammatory bowel disease | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist

Patients should receive the PCV13 vaccine, the PPSV23 vaccine eight weeks later, and the PPSV23 vaccine again at five years, Dr. ... Singla noted. He reminded attendees that the live herpes zoster vaccine cannot be given to patients taking anti-TNF
April 2019

'Miracle' powers of the flu vaccine

Miracle' powers of the flu vaccine. This blog hasn't always been kind to the humble influenza vaccine. ... To be clear, influenza vaccine IS a miracle when it's compared to influenza infection.
May 2019

New evidence supports high-dose influenza vaccines

But one note of caution, having a high-dose vaccine that is 25% more effective isn't a huge improvement, since influenza vaccines in general aren't very effective. ... So high-dose influenza vaccine is a small step in the right direction, but more
May 2019

QD: News Every Day--Vaccine shortages become surpluses

H1N1 influenza. Many wealthier countries now have a surplus of H1N1 influenza vaccine, while poorer countries continue to struggle. ... The New York Times). Vaccines and autism. The Lancet today retracted a study from 1998 linking the
May 2019

Getting religion about vaccines

Getting religion about vaccines. As the current measles epidemic continues unabated, many are looking for explanations. ... Yet the fact that many states and other entities allow religious exemptions might suggest that most religions object to vaccines.
May 2019

QD: News Every Day--Vaccines' link to autism like un-ringing a bell

QD: News Every Day--Vaccines' link to autism like un-ringing a bell. ... The poll also found that 86% of parents who have doubts about the vaccine said that their children were fully vaccinated, compared to 98% of parents who believe vaccines are safe,
May 2019

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