NEW YORK (AP) — The flu vaccine did a poor job protecting older Americans against the illness last winter, even though the vaccine was well-matched to the flu bugs going around. U.S. health officials on Wednesday released new
That's record time for a new vaccine — only a little more than five ... whose immune systems are not as robust. Why is NPR still referring to this influenza as "swine flu" when the USDA wants it to be referred to as H1N1? — Several …
Boston Children’s Hospital announced last week that it will be offering a new flu vaccine this year, called a quadrivalent vaccine, that will help prevent all kinds of flu strains. Scientists are currently aware of four different types of the flu
HOUSTON - Baylor College of Medicine is one of five government-funded locations in the U.S. to study the flu. They let Channel 2 inside their lab to find out what the flu is predicted to do this year and if our flu shot is really going to protect …
"So it just kind of reinforced the protocols that we already had in place." New protocols this year the fair is enforcing is requiring all pigs to get a flu vaccine before they can be shown. There are no cases of swine flu in Michigan now, and …
According to the Centers for Disease Control, influenza vaccines are most commonly made “using an egg-based manufacturing process that has been used for more than 70 years.” “With respect to influenza, our dMAb product offers …
That is not to say that the group of epidemiologists from Canada, Australia, and France behind the new research opposes the flu vaccine. “I take it myself ... worker immunizations,” De Serres told STAT. The lead author of the British study …
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The trouble is that every new virus requires a new vaccine, and making new vaccines takes time. Even a typical flu season is brimming with slightly mutated versions of familiar viruses. In most cases, manufacturers anticipate these …