Others have argued that dismissal is ethically problematic because it can deprive children of comprehensive pediatric care and undermine public health.
The authors concluded, "There is high-certainty evidence that HPV vaccines protect against cervical precancer in adolescent girls and young women aged 15 to 26," while also indicated that future studies should have long-term follow-up.
Investigators sought to determine the link between HPV vaccination and the risk of developing multiple sclerosis.
Although efforts to debunk antivaccination beliefs often rely on fact-based strategies, emerging evidence suggests it may be more effective to target the psychological roots of these beliefs.
Researchers found there are no associations between vaccinations and multiple sclerosis relapse flares.
The FDA has granted Breakthrough Therapy designation to Trumenba for immunization caused by Neisseria meningitidis group B in children.
From January to March 2017, the researchers distributed a cross-sectional online survey to all physicians in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation at NYULH, across 5 different practice settings. A total of 138 (out of 530) responded (26%).
Researchers reviewed clinical trial data to evaluate the efficacy of herpes zoster subunit vaccine in preventing complications, hospitalizations, and deaths.
There were declines in mortality from most categories of infectious diseases, with large differences among US counties. However, over this time there was an increase in mortality for diarrheal diseases.
Result supports the importance of both reducing sitting time and promoting physical activity for preventing lower urinary tract symptoms.
Rotavirus vaccines are effective in reducing rates of acute gastroenteritis and rotavirus hospitalizations among low birth weight and very low birth weight children.
Vaccine-derived immune protection against mumps wanes on average 27 years after vaccination.
Findings confirm that cardiovascular complications related to commonly-administered, live viral vaccination are rare in adults.
Measles vaccination, administered in the recommended sequence, is associated with improved child survival and may have contribute to the achievement of Millennium Development Goal 4.
The estimated cumulative vaccine antigen exposure through age 23 months does not differ significantly for children with vs those without hospital visits for infectious diseases not targeted by vaccines from age 24 to 47 months.
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