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Demographics May Predict Choice to Not Vaccinate Children

Demographic and socioeconomic factors linked to rates of conscientious vaccination exemption
Rotavirus vaccination seems not to be associated with type 1 diabetes in children

Rotavirus Vaccination, Type 1 Diabetes Not Linked in Children

No significant correlation seen for children fully or partially exposed to rotavirus vaccine versus unexposed
Adjuvanted FLU-v

Adjuvanted FLU-v Vaccine Immunogenic in Healthy Adults

Results of early research support further development of synthetic universal influenza vaccine
Current vaccination strategies focusing on the elderly may be less effective than thought for reducing hospitalization or mortality among this population

Focus on Vaccinating Elderly May Not Be Enough for Flu Protection

Strategies prioritizing vaccination for elderly persons seem not to reduce hospitalizations, mortality
The incidence rates of tetanus and diphtheria are not significantly lower in countries that routinely vaccinate adults for these diseases

Adults May Not Need Tetanus, Diphtheria Booster Shots

No significant decrease seen in incidence rates of tetanus, diphtheria with routine vaccination of adults
Most children's vaccination patterns are classified as recommended

Children’s Vaccine Patterns Mainly Classified as Recommended

23 percent of children's vaccination patterns classified as alternate, with limited shots, skipping series
Most pediatricians report that the Vaccines for Children Program has high perceived benefits

Most Doctors Perceive Benefits of Vaccines for Children Program

Eighty-six percent of pediatricians report participating in VFC and most have never considered stopping
The overall vaccine effectiveness against any influenza virus associated with medically attended acute respiratory illness is 45 percent for the current influenza season

Vaccine Effectiveness 45 Percent for Flu Virus Linked to ARI

Estimated VE 50 percent against influenza B/Victoria viruses, 37 percent against influenza A(H1N1)pdm009
Vaccination with zoster vaccine live is associated with a reduced risk for stroke among older adults

ASA: Herpes Zoster Vaccine May Reduce Risk for Stroke

Risk significantly reduced for stroke events, acute ischemic strokes, hemorrhagic strokes in older adults
The hexavalent combined diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis adsorbed

Hexavalent Vaccine Included in Vaccines for Children Program

DTaP-IPV-Hib-HepB vaccine has safety profile consistent with licensed comparator vaccines