Vaccines Important In Prevention Of Ear InfectionsAccording to a new report in the Journal of Pediatrics, vaccines have played a very important role in the decline in the incidence of ear infections in children over the past 30 years.
Mother Shows Photos of Sick Daughter, Sparks Vaccination DebateThe 10-week-old newborn has been in PEDS ICU approximately for a month at this point.
Whooping Cough Case Confirmed in Crestwood School District
Measles Vaccine Has Benefit Beyond MeaslesChild death rates dropped significantly with introduction of the measles vaccine and, new research indicates the vaccine protects against other infections as well.
Stigall Show Log 7.1.15Chris discussed New Jersey Chris Christie's announcement that he is running for President, a study that says fireworks are toxic and two pilots in Argentina that were fired for letting a model fly a plane. He also talked with Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00.
Health: New Recommendations For Protecting Babies From Whooping CoughSince infants are too young to get vaccinated, researchers are recommending all pregnant women get the whooping cough vaccine.
Study Shows No Link Between Autism And VaccinesScientists found the MMR vaccine was not associated with an increased risk – even if the child’s siblings have autism.
Study: Military Kids More Likely To Be Missing Out On Routine VaccinationsScientists say military families move often, which may make it harder to keep up with the immunization schedule.
Robert Kennedy Jr. Speaks Out Against Vaccine BillsKennedy spoke Monday at a news conference alongside groups that oppose mandatory vaccinations of children. They want to defeat bills in the Legislature that would make it harder for parents to exempt their children.
Zeoli Show Log 3.10.15Rich reviews Hillary Clinton's press conference about her private email account, the letter sent to Iran by Republican Senators, and the expulsion of students from the University of Oklahoma after being recorded reciting a racist chant. He also talked to Hans Bader from the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
New Tech Serving Doctors And PatientsA report in the journal <em>Pediatrics</em> finds that an effort to use text messaging to urge parents to vaccinate their children for the flu has had a great deal of success.
Report: Pa. Has Second-lowest Vaccination Rate In The CountryThe research, which was conducted by the Pew Charitable Trusts, reveals that the states that have the loosest vaccine requirements have lower rates of vaccination.