Can You Still Get Mumps Even Though You Are Vaccinated?
1 hour ago - Health Status
Do Stricter Immunization Laws Improve Coverage? Evidence from the Repeal of Non-medical Exemptions for School Mandated Vaccines - by Chelsea J. Richwine, Avi Dor, Ali Moghtaderi
Nonmedical exemptions are widely shown to be associated with outbreaks of vaccine-preventable disease. In response to a recent measles outbreak in 2015, California acted to...
4 hours ago - National Bureau of Economic Research - 2 articles
Weekly Health Quiz: Glyphosate, Exercise and Sleep
1 Which of the following types of exercise has been shown to be particularly effective for diabetes and insulin resistance? Stretching Aerobic exercise Strength...
12 hours ago - Mercola
Publisher's Platform: The Hepatitis A broken record - Restaurant workers should be vaccinated
Opinion Editor's note: May is Hepatitis Awareness Month and today is Hepatitis Testing Day. For more information,
23 hours ago - Food Safety
Every baby in the UK could get the chickenpox vaccine
Londoner Sarah Westcott, 44, right, had her youngest son Gabriel, now three, immunised after her 14-year-old daughter Bridy, left, suffered badly with chickenpox as a young girl.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
Saturday Stories: Dietary Guidelines, "Vaccine Injury", and "Chronic Lyme"
Kevin Bass, in his blog Nutritional Revolution, with the data driven case on how you can't blame people following dietary guidelines for a country's obesity rates . James...
2 days ago - Weighty Matters
Disparities in HPV vaccine series completion by adolescent males: a retrospective cohort study
Human papillomavirus vaccine has been recommended for males for prevention of genital warts and precancerous anal lesions since 2009. Our objective was to characterize race and...
2 days ago - Academic Pediatrics
Mandatory school vaccination could keep measles at bay, study suggests
Current vaccination policies may not be enough to achieve or maintain measles elimination in some countries, including the United States, according to researchers, who...
2 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
New findings could lead to improved vaccinations against sexually transmitted infections
In a new study, researchers show how skin vaccination can generate protective CD8 T-cells that are recruited to the genital tissues and could be used as a vaccination strategy...
2 days ago - ScienceDaily - 3 articles
Current vaccination policies may not be enough to prevent measles resurgence
Current vaccination policies may not be sufficient to achieve and maintain measles elimination and prevent future resurgence in Australia, Ireland, Italy, the UK and the US...
2 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
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Do you have black stains on your teeth? Your drinking water may have a high...
Did you know that drinking water that contains too much iron can cause black stains on teeth? A study published in the journal Scientific Reports revealed that the high iron...
A stronger heart, a healthier body: Cardiorespiratory fitness is key to...
It's known that a lack of exercise and a sedentary lifestyle can increase one's risk of diseases, including cardiovascular disease. On the contrary, regular physical activity...
Someone Left 2 Water Bottles In King's Landing And Fans Are Losing It
Apparently King's Landing has plastic water bottles and fans can't handle it There's a lot of Game of Thrones -related feelings dominating the internet today. People are...
AI spotted lung cancer BETTER than expert radiologists, study finds
The model created by Google and Northwestern University outperformed six radiologists when there were no previous scans to chart the growth, and performed as well when there...
Statins lower the elevated risk of dementia after a concussion
Researchers at the University of Toronto found elderly people who received the drug after a hit to the head were 13 percent less likely to develop dementia then those who didn't.
Higher Social Class People Believe That They are More Capable Than Others
People with a higher perceived social class have an exaggerated belief that they can perform better than their lower-class counterparts, finds a new study.
Complete Oral Care may be a Holistic Approach to Treat Substance Use Disorder
Comprehensive oral care can help the physical and emotional recovery of patients seeking treatment for substance use disorder, finds a new study.
Homemade sunscreen is a recipe for burns
A study by the Nationwide Children's Hospital in Ohio found 68 per cent of DIY sunscreens on Pinterest offer poor UV protection, with many being made up of essential oils, shea...
Just 1 Week Away from Phones, Laptops Can Ward Off Sleep Problems in Teens
Too much screen time is bad for teens. However, staying away from mobile phones, laptops, and tablets for just one week can help them sleep well and reduce symptoms of fatigue...
Kids Who Walk or Pedal to School Less Likely to be Overweight or Obese
Kids can easily fall prey to obesity or overweight if they use either car or public transport to go to school instead of walking or cycling, finds a new study.