Kenya:Measles Jab Leaves Trail of Pain

[Nation] As responsible parents who wanted their children to enjoy good health, Mr Simon Kirui and his wife, Caroline, had their twin daughters vaccinated against measles at Mogogosiek Heath Centre on January 15.
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Dogs can’t get autism, and even if they could, vaccines couldn’t cause it. Period. But some anti-vaxxers are increasingly making the same unfounded claims about pets and vaccines they’ve been repeating about children and vaccines for the past 20 years: that vaccines are unnecessary, dangerous and that they can cause a form of (canine) autism, along with other diseases. Just as with kids, that may be driving down pet vaccination rates. And the movement, while niche, shows no sign of stopping; in some states in the U.S., anti-vax activists have recently agitated to make state laws about mandatory pet vaccin...
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We describe the use of a single intralesional treatment with the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine to successfully eliminate both local and distant recalcitrant warts as well as the proposed mechanism of this method. There are no other known reports of complete wart regression at distant untreated sites after a single intralesional MMR treatment.
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Each year, Americans’ most popular New Year’s resolutions are more or less the same: get healthy, get organized, save money. But doctors at the American Medical Association (AMA) have some more specific thoughts in mind for 2019. The AMA this week released a list of 10 wellness-focused resolutions that could “help Americans make the most impactful, long-lasting improvements to their health in 2019.” Here’s what they are — and how to make them happen. Learn your risk for type 2 diabetes Diabetes is one of the most common chronic health conditions in the U.S., affecting an estimated 30 mil...
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Each year, Americans’ most popular New Year’s resolutions are more or less the same: get healthy, get organized, save money. But doctors at the American Medical Association (AMA) have some more specific thoughts in mind for 2019. The AMA this week released a list of 10 wellness-focused resolutions that could “help Americans make the most impactful, long-lasting improvements to their health in 2019.” Here’s what they are — and how to make them happen. Learn your risk for type 2 diabetes Diabetes is one of the most common chronic health conditions in the U.S., affecting an estimated 30 mil...
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We describe the use of a single intralesional treatment with the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine to successfully eliminate both local and distant recalcitrant warts as well as the proposed mechanism of this method. There are no other known reports of complete wart regression at distant untreated sites after a single intralesional MMR treatment. PMID: 30677806 [PubMed - in process]
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Reply to Lee et al.'s letter to the editor pertaining to our publication entitled "Pain caused by measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines: A systematic literature review". Vaccine. 2018 Oct 29;36(45):6589-6590 Authors: Willame C, Lin L, Vetter V, Baril L, Praet N PMID: 30348362 [PubMed - in process]
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To the editor: Response to Willame, et al., published in Vaccine 35 (2017) 5551-5558, entitled "Pain caused by measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines: A systematic literature review". Vaccine. 2018 Oct 29;36(45):6587-6588 Authors: Lee AW, Saldutti LP, Wolfson LJ, Stek JE, Kuter BJ PMID: 30348361 [PubMed - in process]
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