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Washington hopes locking unvaccinated kids out of school will prevent its next measles outbreak
Public health states of emergencies allow health officials to act fast to control these preventable diseases.
A female Ebola survivor infected her family more than a year after she had the illness
A case study in how viruses are sneakier than we sometimes think.
Should I get a flu shot? Is it too late to get a flu shot?
You should get a flu shot. It's not too late to get a flu shot.
Scientists may have just made a malaria vaccine breakthrough
But the vaccine has its limitations
Doctor Accused Of Giving Patients Cat Saliva And Vodka Vaccinations
He faces a hearing for his quackery next week
The Americas Just Eliminated Measles, But Vaccination Will Help It Stay Gone
A milestone in disease control
Government Drones Will Shoot Vaccinated M&Ms At Prairie Dogs
To save endangered ferrets that share the dogs' burrows
Latest U.S. Measles Outbreak Traced To Vaccine-Skeptical Megachurch
The church ran an immunization drive afterward, but still put out some dubious claims.
Brand-New Vaccine Strategy Works Against Herpes, And Potentially HIV
Coaxing T cells to combat genital herpes at the source is good. Talking them into blocking HIV is even better.
Inhalable Measles Vaccine Set to Debut in First Human Trials
Snort a dose of prevention for measles or other diseases