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The federal government has once again been exposed for lying about the safety of the infamous swine flu vaccine, also known as H1N1. According to a new study published in the journal The Lancet , people who received the swine flu vaccine during the
For years natural health experts have been battling mainstream medical officials over the existence of vaccine dangers, but a new safety report by the Institute of Medicine settles the argument; they reveal that a relationship exists between vaccine
A year after swine flu struck the United States, flu activity in New Jersey has dropped dramatically. For the first week of May, the state Health Department reported "no activity" of H1N1 the first time in a year there was nothing to report. The "
The event is on the Lummi Reservation and has a budget of $13,666. Prevention Project. Obama declares major disaster in Conn. from floods President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster following floods in southwestern and southeastern
The most recent death, that of a 67-year-old male, was reported Friday in Sarasota County. Although most of the others who died from the disease were younger, they all had underlying medical conditions that contributed to their deaths. To date, six
The vaccinations will be free of charge to people in all age groups from 1-4 p.m...The van will be located at the Grass Valley Veteran's Building on South Auburn Street in the back parking lot. Remember that children ages 6 months through 9 years of
Both nasal flu mist vaccine and injections will be available. There will also be a drawing for a free emergency preparedness backpack that will be given away to a visitor to the Solano County Public Health booth.
Health Center isn't ordering more doses of the H1N1 vaccine, a nursing supervisor stated in an e-mail. "We have not requested more vaccine because the demand has decreased," Ruby Phillips stated. Larry Carr, associate vice president of public affairs,
According to the Iowa Department of Public Health, 8,316 residents of Clinton County received vaccinations for the H1N1 flu during a busy series of sessions here before Christmas, and more than half of those were provided by public health workers,
The Delaware County Health Department will offer several flu shot clinics for H1N1, seasonal flu and pneumonia. School-age children are targeted for H1N1 vaccinations, but anyone over six months old can receive the vaccine.