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Immunization Action Coalition

by Information compiled by Immunization Action Coalition

October 19, 2003

New Zealand Health Network

October 18, 2003

Vaccination

Vaccines are injections of material that contain weakened amounts of the disease germ or organism that they are meant to protect against, and they are supposed to work by causing the creation of antibodies which will protect the body against future infection. (Antibodies are proteins that work to defend the body from an invasion by harmful bacteria and viruses.)

Novis

by BioProtein Technologies

October 15, 2003

BioProtein has developed a method of expressing antigen-carrying vectors, called rotavirus-virus-like particles (rotavirus-VLPs) in the rabbits' milk.

The approach allows the insertion of a wide range of antigenic molecules into the particles, from small peptides to large polypeptides carrying multiple immune-stimulating sites.

The Body

October 9, 2003

Half of the estimated five million new HIV infections worldwide each year occur among people ages 15 to 24

With nearly half of the world's 6.3 billion people under age 25, if the HIV/AIDS pandemic is left unchecked, it could significantly slow the growth of the world's population.

The Body

October 9, 2003

The AIDS virus is roughly 450 times smaller than the spermatozoon. The spermatozoon can easily pass through the 'net' that is formed by the condom.

The Vatican finally spills the beans about the truth of the "safe sex" lie.<br><br>However, a World Health Organization spokesperson said that "consistent and correct" condom usage can <b>reduce</b> the risk of HIV infection by 90%, adding that the Catholic Church's "incorrect statements about condoms and HIV are dangerous.Dangerous for whom-

The Scotsman

by Seonag MacKinnon

October 7, 2003

Leading figures in education and health have attacked ministers for declaring their opposition to the introduction of the morning-after pill in schools.

In 2000, a total of 9,464 Scots teenagers became pregnant and 4,000 had abortions. The Executive is about to publish a report on sexual health.

The Scotsman (UK)

by Seonag MacKinnon

October 7, 2003

LEADING figures in education and health have attacked ministers for declaring their opposition to the introduction of the morning-after pill in schools.

In 2000, a total of 9,464 Scots teenagers became pregnant and 4,000 had abortions. The Executive is about to publish a report on sexual health.

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

by Entry Deadline: December 9, 2003

September 6, 2003

Just For Kids: Poster Contest

Open to children in grades 1 through 8 who have asthma. Express your asthma control in a colorful poster and you could win great prizes. Your poster might show how you exercise, play team sports, go to camp, participate in band, dance, monitor your breathing, control your asthma triggers, take your medicine, follow your doctor's advice, or use an asthma action plan. [See link for complete contest rules.]

CBS News.com

August 28, 2003

Rangers in Sequoia National Park have swapped their Smokey Bear hats for helmets, weapons and camouflage.

It's more than a cash crop; it's a cash cow. One plant brings $4,000 on the street. Last year, agents pulled $1.5 billion worth from federal land in California alone - a tenfold increase from nine years ago. They expect to exceed that this year.

North Coast Journal Weekly

by Emily Gurnon

August 21, 2003

A federal program called the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System has received more than 123,000 reports of negative reactions after immunizations since 1990

Since 1996, the number of parents who have taken the exemption in Humboldt County has doubled, from 2 percent to 4.2 percent of the 1,488 incoming kindergartners in 2002. For younger children, those in child care centers, the "exempted" children make up nearly 10 percent of the total.

      
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