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Employers planning to implement mandatory influenza vaccination policies for health care workers need to understand the implications.
With measles outbreaks occurring around the world and throughout the U.S., Scientific Technologies Corporation helps two states achieve near-perfect childhood vaccination rates. Scottsdale,
The annual ritual of visiting a doctor's office or health clinic to receive a flu shot may soon be outdated, thanks to the findings of a new study published in the journal Vaccine.
Should flu vaccines be mandatory for health care workers?
There are many concerns surrounding vaccinations, and many opinions and arguments across the Internet.
Increased concerns about the perceived risk of vaccination, inconvenience, or religious tenets are leading more U.S. parents to opt-out of vaccinating their children.
Mandatory influenza (flu) vaccination, as a condition of employment, did not lead to excessive voluntary termination.
A new study says that almost half of children under the age of two obtain vaccinations later than recommended, providing further evidence of what some health officials describe as a rise in the "undervaccination" of children.
To educate parents who may be hesitant about vaccinations, there is a guide that will help doctors convince parents to vaccinate their children in this month’s issue of the medical journal Human Immunology.
Promoting immunizations as a part of routine office-based medical practice is needed to improve adult vaccination rates, a highly effective way to curb the spread of diseases across communities, prevent needless illness and deaths, and lower health care costs.
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