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MMR Vaccine, Thimerosal and Autism

Updated: According to the FDA Thimerosal was never used in MMR vaccines. If so then why is there all the mention of Thimerosal?

http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/SafetyAvailability/VaccineSafety/UCM096228

Is the 2004 CDC case-control study published in Pediatrics the whole story about the relationship between MMR and Autism? 1,141 more words

Autism

Farhan Akhtar & Vidya Balan's new music video with social message

More than 14 lakh children below 5 years of age die in India every year. About 95% of these deaths are caused by preventable diseases that can be avoided by immunization. 904 more words

21st to 27th July 2014 -18 Months Old

Wednesday, 23rd July 2014
Gio turns 18 months today.

He was scheduled for a clinic visit for weight check and a jab.
When we were ready to leave, we started looking for his clinic card. 350 more words

Journal

Pregnant teachers worried about increase in vaccine-preventable diseases

Diseases such as measles and chickenpox used to be common but are now quite rare in Victoria, thanks to an effective immunisation program. But reports of chickenpox and measles cases are on the rise this year, leading to calls for parents to make sure their children’s – and their own – vaccinations are up to date. 1,621 more words

Pregnant teachers worried about increase in vaccine-preventable diseases

Diseases such as measles and chickenpox used to be common but are now quite rare in Victoria, thanks to an effective immunisation program. But reports of chickenpox and measles cases are on the rise this year, leading to calls for parents to make sure their children’s – and their own – vaccinations are up to date. 1,621 more words

Two day break from blogging

Been feeling a bit ill since I had my second Hepatitis B injection on Wednesday, had some flu like symptoms and have been very tired all the time. 945 more words

Queensland to Provide Whooping Cough Vaccines for Pregnant Women - Campaign for all Australian States To Follow

On July the 9th, Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and Health Minister Lawrence Springborg made a long hoped for announcement – Queensland will be providing free Whooping Cough (Pertussis) vaccinations for women in their third trimester of pregnancy, following dedicated campaigning by doctors, parent groups and concerned citizens. 837 more words

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