Latest Herd immunity Stories
In light of the measles outbreak, experts at the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public Health created a computer simulation to explore the impact of vaccination in cities nationwide.
Northern California straight chiropractor contests alleged danger of Disney measles outbreak, talking of danger of the measles vaccine (MMR), and vaccination in general.
Dr. Chudi Nwawka emphasizes the need of herd immunity in "Herd Immunity." West Dundee, Ill.
Classroom rosters combined with human-networking theory may give a clearer picture of just how infectious diseases such as influenza can spread through a closed group of people, and even through populations at large.
Worries over vaccine risks can allow preventable contagious diseases, such as measles and whooping cough, to make a comeback.
A unique and innovative analysis of how social media can affect the spread of a disease has been designed and implemented by a scientist at Penn State University studying attitudes toward the H1N1 vaccine.
Although immunity to mumps is high in the United States, mumps vaccine coverage must be maintained and improved to prevent future outbreaks.
Public immunization efforts may be much more sensitive than previously realized to small changes in the perceived costs or risks of vaccination, scientists at Harvard University report this week.
Results of a clinical trial conducted in a largely self-contained religious community during the 2008-09 influenza season show that immunizing children against seasonal influenza can significantly protect unvaccinated community members against influenza as well.
Physicians and nurses need to explain the risks of vaccine refusal while respectfully listening to parents' concerns, a special article in the May 7 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine urges.
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