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France Has Lowest Confidence in Vaccines

France Has Lowest Confidence in Vaccines

A recent study published in EBioMedicine conducted by researchers from the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and other institutions reveals that public confidence in vaccines varies among different nations with European nations being the most skeptical of vaccines. The purpose of the study is to provide insights for policy makers to identify…

Alzheimer’s Vaccine: Researchers Target Brain Proteins in Mouse Study

Alzheimer’s Vaccine: Researchers Target Brain Proteins in Mouse Study

U.S. and Australian scientists are reporting that they have developed a promising vaccine platform for Alzheimer’s disease. Investigators at Flinders University in Australia have teamed with researchers from California’s Institute of Molecular Medicine and the University of California on the international quest to discover a vaccine formulation for Alzheimer’s disease.

Study: Febrile Seizure Risk Higher When Childhood Vaccines Given Simultaneously

Study: Febrile Seizure Risk Higher When Childhood Vaccines Given Simultaneously

The link between febrile seizures—seizures associated with a fever in a child—and vaccines may be old news, but a new study published in the June 2016 issue of the journal Pediatrics confirms what parents have suspected for a long time: the risk of seizures is higher for children when doctors give them many vaccines at the same time. Public health officials at the U.S. Centers…

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