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
A potentially groundbreaking seasonal flu vaccine developed by a team from Oxford University will be tested on around 2,000 humans aged 65 and above living in Berkshire and Oxfordshire in the United Kingdom. The clinical trial, supported …
While preparing for flu season and getting vaccinated early, consider this: a growing number of people are getting the vaccine from a manufacturer in the town of Holly Springs. The company is called Seqirus, and it is leading the world in …
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Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Fall is here and that means it’s time to …
Researchers are seeking about 500 NHS patients to try out a new "universal" vaccine against seasonal flu. The experimental vaccine works differently from the one currently available, which has to be remade each year based on a …
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Dr. Richard Besser, ABC New's chief health and medical correspondent, held a tweet chat on Twitter today, in part to dispel the four biggest myths and misgivings people have about getting the flu vaccine. Medical experts from Boston …
"The vaccine takes about six months to produce so the companies ... As the flu crosses species, it interacts with other strains within different animals and can become a completely new flu virus — something we need to be newly …
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 …