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Vaccinations are of The Utmost Importance in Maintaining The Health of Your Child

Having a child can be hard work. They need food, water, shampoo, and a host of other items that can be costly. However, children are also a joy to have around. Their smiles light up the room, and their off-key singing of Barney songs can make your heart swell. Putting notes in their lunchboxes can be a real treat, especially considering the hugs you’ll get upon their return from school. No matter what you do for your child, there are some things you need to consider early on so that your child will be healthy and protected.

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The HPV Vaccine Prevents Cervical Cancer Successfully and Young Teen

Prophylactic HPV vaccine has recorded great success in preventing cervical cancer caused by HPV types 16 and 18, especially young women and teenagers can fully benefit from administration of the vaccine.

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Health News: National Infant Immunization Week 2014

National Infant Immunization Week 2014 reminds parents to get their children protected from certain diseases. This article provides details on this event.

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Tips on Vaccination

TIPS ON VACCINATION.

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Pet Owners Need to Know About Cat Rabies

As far as viruses go, the one that causes cat rabies is one of the most well-known. There is no way to treat large cats or any type of animal, so they’ll progressively efficiently die after as well as developments. Many different types of creatures can harbor the viruses that causes rabies in cats like foxes, baseball softball bats, and raccoons. If one of these infected creatures strikes or scratches your cat, then the viruses will be accepted on.

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Effectiveness of Vaccination Programs

Artificial acquired immunity is called immunisation. Vaccinations are used in immunisation programs. Vaccination involves the injecting or ingesting into the body of antigens from living, dead, or weakened or non-virulent strains of micro-organisms. Vaccinations stimulate a person’s own immune system to develop resistance. For example, vaccines for diphtheria contain an inactive form of toxin which provides the basis for the formation of antibodies and memory B and T cells.

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Get The Shot!: The Flugitives Campaign Encourages More Americans to Get Their Annual Flu Shot

Research has shown that social influences are a primary factor in the adoption of health behaviors. The FLUgitives campaign leverages the positive power of social peer influence to drive more people to help protect themselves against the flu by getting vaccinated and features four #FLUgitives whom everyone might know – or may even relate to themselves:

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Common Childhood Vaccine Won’t Worsen Juvenile Arthritis: Study

Childhood vaccine.

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Role of Vaccination

Over 10 million deaths worldwide per year are due to infectious diseases. To combat this terrible loss of life, vaccination is a powerful weapon and has been one of the great success stories of human medicine.

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People Need to Vaccinate Against The Human Papillomavirus Before Sexual Debut

"The discovery of human papilloma virus and proof that 99.7% of women with cervical cancer have been infected by them, five years ago really made a public outcry. Appearance of the vaccine has revolutionized in the fight against cancer, for cervical cancer – one of the most common its manifestations.

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