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Ryan Marino Sep 19
If you’re on the fence about flu shots or don’t think you really need one... A one-percent increase in US flu vaccination rate results in 800 fewer deaths per year approximately and 14.5 million fewer work hours lost due to illness annually.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Sep 17
The HPV vaccine prevents certain types of cancer, yet immunization rates remain relatively low. In Pediatrics today, a study looks at how physicians can improve communication with patients because .
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Janis Sexton Sep 21
Unvaccinated Children Are Now Barred From Going To School In New York — And Their Anti-Vax Parents Are Really Mad
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Andrea Prinzi Sep 20
Letters to the Editor: I cared for polio patients in iron lungs, and I'm sick of anti-vaxxers
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WHO Somalia Sep 18
In the IDP camp we visited an outreach center to vaccinate malnourished children against measles and polio. This is the kick off of the national campaign to vaccinate more than 2.6 million children in the drought affected areas.
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Dr. Edsel Salvana Sep 21
"If there ever was a magic bullet in medicine, vaccines would be it. Unfortunately many have forgotten just how bad things were before vaccines came along...It is truly unfortunate that (remembering this) comes at the cost of innocent lives."
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Alice Wong Sep 21
Got my flu shot yesterday! Herd immunity is love, y'all! 🐃❤️
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Seth Berkley Sep 20
Our collective as an Alliance has prevented more than 13 million deaths in some of the world’s poorest countries. We're honored to receive the ~Bloomberg Public Service Award on behalf of all those individuals & organizations that make up Thank you!
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Robert Rohde 1h
It is still a weird feeling every time I unexpectedly stumble on a repost of one of my graphics that is getting a ton of retweets. This one is an animation showing the impact of vaccines on the incidence of vaccine preventable disease in the USA.
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Sep 19
There is NO cure for , but it can be prevented through vaccination. Polio vaccines are safe and effective.
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Jennifer Margulis Sep 21
Best practice: Wait 15-20 minutes after a round of vaccinations in case of a rare but severe adverse event. Waiting at the doctor's is what saved this 3-year-old's life. Her mum wants you to know what happened:
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Gavi Sep 20
Antimicrobial resistance poses a major challenge to achieving . Universal coverage of vaccines will help significantly reduce the use and misuse of antibiotics, preventing the emergence and spread of drug-resistant superbugs.
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UNICEF Philippines Sep 19
. has declared a outbreak in the Philippines. UNICEF and are supporting the emergency response to stop the spread of the virus:
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Dr. Edsel Salvana Sep 19
Reposting my CNN article from earlier this year. With the reemergence of in the , our worst fears are coming to life. Please have your kids vaccinated.
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LotusOak 20h
No one denies . They work to unhinge the immunological balance of your body. They work to establish a beachhead for a host of diseases like mellitus, , , & ALS. Best of all work as a perfect business model for Big Pharma.
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Deb Wood Sep 16
Why does society think it is okay to give a baby 7 vaccines. They would never get 7 diseases at the same time.
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(((kath2cats))) 21h
This is why I say vaccines are ✔️low-risk ✔️effective ✔️ much safer than getting the diseases vaccines prevent I never say ANYTHING is 100% risk free. Nothing is. But not vaccinating is much riskier than vaccinating.
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Dr. Edsel Salvana Sep 22
My FAQs for the outbreak. Not meant to replace advice from DOH and your personal doctor, but hopefully it will help the public understand the current outbreak.
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cristina 22h
It is a legitimate and very real public health concern. It is NOT anything like racial segregation. It is NOT anything like the Holocaust. Shame on anyone and everyone making those ridiculous claims!
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Rosewind Sep 22
This applies so much to It gives them an identity, a feeling of being part of a community. BUT an identity, a community, based on the lies of charismatic leaders like Wakefield & Bigtree and it puts the most vulnerable of our wider community at risk.
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