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The 6-year-old was taken to a hospital in 2017 exhibiting muscle spasms and difficulty breathing.
Having spent my career dealing with the scientific complexities of developing and delivering vaccines to people  of all ages
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How to decode what the voices in our head are really trying to tell us.
But the hero shopper has already forgiven the critter.
The vaccines don't stop once you reach adulthood.
Progress in public health sometimes feels slow, but the recent announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) that India
Health advocates in India are celebrating a major milestone that will save thousands of mothers’ and babies’ lives. The World
In 1995, the World Health Organization proposed a similar campaign in Kenya, but the bishops protested, demanding that the
Likewise, as one of only three remaining countries in the world with endemic polio transmission, they have recently ramped up efforts to eradicate polio from the country, and thereby, help rid it from the entire world.
Like many other grown-ups, I hadn't given any thought to what we used to call the D.P.T. vaccine -- for diphtheria, pertussis
"[UNICEF] had been working on eliminating MNT since 1999, and today have eliminated it in 20 countries. I believe they were
Let's not confuse sound medical practice with making healthy choices on a visit to Whole Foods, especially since the assumption that vaccines aren't pure and natural is inaccurate.
I met UNICEF's executive director Ann M. Veneman recently at Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden's World Childhood Foundation
The standard of living in developing countries has increased much faster than growth in income because of innovation, which has driven down the cost of goods and services.
"When something doesn't happen to you, you don't consider yourself lucky," said Dr. Judith Hellman, a Manhattan dermatologist
NASCAR fans might seem rabid, but are they actually contagious? Getting a hepatitis shot is standard procedure for travelers