Princeton University says a student had a confirmed case of measles.
Princeton University says they have received a report of an undergraduate student with a suspected case of measles.
The research, which was conducted by the Pew Charitable Trusts, reveals that the states that have the loosest vaccine requirements have lower rates of vaccination.
A 15-year-old boy from Montgomery County who was being evaluated and tested for a suspected case of measles has been cleared of the disease, health officials announced Sunday.
With one potential case of measles in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and another confirmed in northern New Jersey, health officials are stressing the importance of vaccinations.
The following list of resources provides information regarding measles.
Rich discussed a mother’s plot to teach her son a lesson by staging his kidnapping, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s disastrous trip to London and body builders using breast milk to bulk up.
The anti-vaccine movement got a shot in the arm in the late 90s, when a medical journal published a paper claiming the Measles Mumps Rubella inoculation caused autism. It was discredited, but some people remain unconvinced by the science.
The measles outbreak is still focused on the west coast, but there are two unrelated cases locally.
As concern about the recent measles outbreak grows in the United States, the Pennsylvania Medical Society hosted a four-member panel Tuesday to raise awareness that state residents, particularly those who are not vaccinated, could be vulnerable.
Boehner made the comment in response to a question Tuesday about whether there’s a role for Congress on vaccines.
With the measles outbreak now infecting more than 100 people from 14 states, potential presidential candidates are weighing in on the issue of vaccination.
Christie said he believes in the importance of vaccinations and that his children are vaccinated, then added, “But I also understand that parents need to have some measure of choice in things as well so that’s the balance that the government has to decide.”
A growing list of health professionals are issuing a warning: there is a measles outbreak and it is expanding at an alarming rate.
The CDC is advising most adults born after 1957 to get an MMR vaccine, whether they had one as a child or not.