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Major reasons people saying 'no' or 'maybe' to vaccine include belief they are at low risk of illness and concerns about vaccine safety.
H1N1 flu has killed 28 pregnant women and sent 100 to intensive-care units in the United States since late August, health officials said Thursday. Dr.
C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health finds nearly 90% of public supports required H1N1 vaccination for health care workers in case of outbreak, while only 38% of health care workers intend to get vaccinated ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct.
Fifteen U.S. states could run out of hospital beds at the peak of the H1N1 virus outbreak if 35 percent of the population gets the flu, a non-profit says.
Country Faces Challenges in Hospital Care, Vaccinations, Antivirals, and At-Risk Community Preparedness WASHINGTON, Oct.
October 5, 2009, 12 Noon Central Time With Rory Jaffe, MD, MBA Executive Director, California Hospital Patient Safety Organization and Mark J. Neuberger, Foley & Lardner LLP MINNEAPOLIS, Sept.
OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- As the national H1N1 pandemic arrives, with the vaccine following shortly, the nation's largest professional association and union of registered nurses has issued new nursing practice guidelines to structure its use.
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