Poor vaccination rates are thought to have led to a measles epidemic across Europe, especially in Italy, Romania and the Ukraine, according to the World [...]
FluMist, a child-friendly nasal spray vaccine, has gained approval from the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) to be available for the 2018-2019 flu [...]
The influenza epidemic continues across much of the U.S. For those who had the flu earlier in the season, it's possible to become infected with [...]
When is it safe to return to normal activities after coming down with the flu? "A general rule of thumb is to stay away [...]
With today's opening ceremonies, the pomp and pageantry of the Winter Olympic Games is on full display. But many people who are at the [...]
Two key changes in adult vaccine recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention include the new shingles vaccine and booster shots for mumps.
Updated immunization schedules were released on Tuesday, by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
“The biggest change this year is the recognition [...]
Influenza and the common cold are respiratory illnesses caused by viruses. The more intense flu symptoms tend to come on more abruptly than the [...]
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