The History of Vaccines explores the role of immunization in the human experience and examines its continuing contributions to public health
Vaccines aren't just for children. Adults need them too, whether it's a booster for tetatnus, protection against shingles, or to protect against less common diseases when traveling internationally.
Most scientists, physicians, and public health researchers have concluded that there is no association between vaccines and autism. Some, however, still question whether vaccines play a role in autism.
The human immune system is essential for our survival in a world full of potentially dangerous microbes.
Which vaccine-preventable disease is sometimes referred to as “the black vomit”?
Yellow fever can cause internal bleeding, leading to bloody vomit. Read more
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