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* ►March 2010 - Keep vaccinating: Don’t let guard down against influenza - AAP News

* ►March 2010 - Hib vaccine shortage over; recall patients for booster shot - AAP News - "The Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine shortage has been resolved with the announcement by Merck & Co. Inc. that its monovalent Hib vaccine (PedvaxHIB) again is available for order."

►March 2010 - Food allergy and colitis (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Fluoride facts: What pediatricians need to know about fluoride agents for children, including supplementation (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Vitamin-medication interactions pose potential risks (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Aripiprazole effective in treatment of irritability in children with autism (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Varicella vaccine may protect kids from shingles (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - AAP teams up with Michelle Obama to take on childhood obesity (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - rhGH treatment for short stature: panacea or Pandora’s box? (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Beyond medicine: seeking legal remedies for medical problems (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Checking the facts when literature and labeling don’t agree (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Academy supports efforts to address ADHD in Middle Eastern children (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Dr. Smith, AAP past president, immunization advocate - In Memoriam (requires subscription) - AAP News

►March 2010 - Pfizer provides Prevnar 13 ordering details, amends return policy for Prevnar 7 (requires subscription) - AAP News

* ►February 27, 2010 - Seeking common ground in the autism-vaccine debate - op-ed (requires registration) - The Boston Globe - "The doubters are often educated and affluent: When she practiced pediatrics in inner-city Philadelphia, Dr. Meg Fisher rarely saw parents who questioned vaccines, but in the New Jersey suburbs where she now works, the skeptics are more plentiful. And some of the country’s lowest vaccination rates are in places like Berkeley, Calif., and Boulder, Colo., according to Arthur Allen, the author of 'Vaccine: The Controversial Story of Medicine’s Greatest Lifesaver.’ 'It’s sort of where the intellectual hippies meet the black helicopter crowd,’ Allen said."

* ►February 27, 2010 - FDA’s failures are killing us - editorial - The Virginian-Pilot via

* ►February 27, 2010 - Documents reveal leaks and spills at national virus lab - Winnipeg Free Press via Vancouver Sun

* ►February 27, 2010 - Senator John McCain proposes unbridled FDA control over dietary supplements - California Independent Voter Network

* ►February 27, 2010 - Reports show that the HPV vaccine has left teen blind and is ineffective against Cervical Cancer by Christina England - American Chronicle - "However, research shows that this is not the only reported case of eye problems following a HPV vaccine. In a paper by Steven M Cohen MD Multiple Evanescent White Dot Syndrome After Vaccination for Human Papilloma Virus and Meningococcus he reports of a case where a 17 year old presented with eye problems after she had the HPV vaccine and Meningococcus vaccine which are two vaccines recommended by the CDC to be given together."

* ►February 27, 2010 - Journal of Child Neurology Reports 16 Year Old GIrl Blinded After Merck Gardasil Vacination - Age of Autism - "I assume this headline, 'Girl Blinded by Gardasil Vaccine!' is in your newspaper today, on the front page, as every case of measles, mumps and chicken pox is reported. Will the doctors at Connecticut Children's Medical Center be hailed as heroes or villains, and run out of town on a rail for publishing this report? Take note of a similar case from 1978, reported following trivalent MMR vaccination in a 6 year old boy in 1978 at the end of this post."

►February 27, 2010 - Age of Autism Comment of the Week: 2/26 - Age of Autism

* ►February 27, 2010 - Do Flu Vaccines Really Work? A Skeptic's View - TIME Magazine - "[Thomas] Jefferson and colleagues have published several systematic reviews of existing studies on the efficacy of influenza vaccines. Weighing the data, they conclude that there is insufficient evidence to indicate that flu vaccines reduce infection rates or mortality, even in the elderly. Jefferson, a former British army doctor now based in Rome, spoke with TIME about his quest to spur further research into flu vaccines."

* ►February 27, 2010 - Some Thoughts On H1N1 Jab - Bru Direct - "A friend of my sister went to RIPAS hospital complaining of an ailment that he believes was caused by the H1N1 vaccination. The response from the RIPAS staff was that since he has signed the 'document', he has no right to complain. My next question is why do people need to sign a 'document' before the vaccination whilst other vaccinations like cholera do not require any document to be signed?"

* ►February 27, 2010 - Bird flu kills Vietnam woman - Reuters via Straits Times

* ►February 27, 2010 - H1N1 patient released from Salt Lake hospital - Jackson Hole Daily - "[Diane] Benefiel, an EMT in Jackson, is still on oxygen support but has had good vital signs, according to a message posted Friday on an online message board. Of the three valley residents who were transferred to Salt Lake City, Benefiel was the only one who had been vaccinated. Several state and local health officials attributed her severe reaction to the virus to the fact that a small percentage of the population simply does not respond to vaccinations."

►February 27, 2010 - Villagers line up for free swine flu shots - The Villages Daily Sun

►February 27, 2010 - H1N1: then and now - What has Ottawa learned? - Ottawa Citizen

* ►February 27, 2010 - What have we learned from H1N1? - After 'pandemania,' a post-mortem on our response to swine flu - Ottawa Citizen

* ►February 27, 2010 - Voices from H1N1 - Ottawa Citizen - "'We came into the pandemic with a very high expectation of deadliness. We are going to come into the next pandemic with a very low expectation of deadliness. And the next pandemic could be next week. Whatever it is, it is going to be incredibly hard to get people to take it seriously.' — Peter Sandman, Risk communications expert"

* ►February 27, 2010 - H1N1 battle makes family believe in miracles - Fay Observer

* ►February 27, 2010 - Hyping H1N1: Did It Create A Dangerous Flu Fatigue? - AOL News

* ►February 27, 2010 - Widespread and Common Tamiflu Resistance in Japan - Recombinomics via Before It's News

►February 27, 2010 - Eight health agencies join forces to offer H1N1 flu vaccinations - The Day

►February 27, 2010 - Immunization standards lead to free Vaccines for Teens clinic - News Sentinel

►February 27, 2010 - Virus concerns delay cruise ship's departure - The State

* ►February 27, 2010 - School head on asthma tragedy blunders - Manchester Evening News - "Mr Paul described the procedures at Offerton High school as having a huge hole in the care that the school provided for those children with complex medical needs. After Sam had been told to sit in a corridor by form tutor Jan Ford, he was not taken to hospital until school finished at 3.30pm. Despite being taken to resuscitation at Stepping Hill hospital he died two hours later."

►February 27, 2010 - Resort employee says he was fired because he has Hepatitis -

►February 27, 2010 - Is it Whooping Cough or a cold? Official says only a lab test will tell - Curry Pilot

►February 27, 2010 - Prices halved on 97 more medicines by March 31 - Manila Standard Today

►February 27, 2010 - Blood Test Might Sort Out Milk Allergies - Palm Beach Post

* ►February 26, 2010 - Doctors fear legislation could discourage parents from getting children vaccinated - St. Petersburg Times via - "Sen. Jeremy Ring, a member of a governor's task force on autism spectrum disorders, and Rep. Kevin Ambler, R-Tampa, are sponsoring legislation that would require parents to give signed consent before their children get vaccines that are required to enter school. 'It's about having a face-to-face discussion,' said Ring, a Broward County Republican. But opponents say signed consent — generally reserved for surgery and other major treatments — will only create needless anxiety. Under federal law, parents must be given written information about vaccines. Medical groups, led by the Florida Pediatric Society, voiced their opposition."

* ►February 26, 2010 - The polio spectre - The detection of this year’s first polio case in Sindh is significant in two respects: first, it has been reported from the relatively upscale locality of Karachi’s Gulshan-i-Iqbal and, second, the infected 18-month-old boy had reportedly received six doses of anti-polio vaccines as well as polio drops during routine immunisations. Just a few years ago we were beginning to hope for the complete eradication of the virus from the country. Today, there is little doubt that the polio spectre has reared its head again, with cases being reported from 15 districts across Pakistan over the past three years. - editorial -

* ►February 26, 2010 - Autism Rising: National Post & Michael Fumento Say Autism Is Increasing in Canada, the US, Sweden and Denmark - Facing Autism in New Brunswick

* ►February 26, 2010 - The 'Bonding Hormone' That Might Cure Autism - A scientist explains his fascinating research. Then we explain his explanation. - Newsweek

►February 26, 2010 - Marshall, under fire for abortion comments, receives tribute in autism newsletter - Virginia Politics Blog via Washington Post

►February 26, 2010 - Jim Carrey Is a Grandpa! - US Magazine

►February 26, 2010 - Vaccine clinic helps meet school rules -

* ►February 26, 2010 - Georgia has glut of swine flu vaccine - Atlanta Journal-Constitution - "Georgia has a glut of more than 2 1/2 million doses of swine flu vaccine, and some local health departments are working hard to administer them before they expire. Less than a third of Georgia's total allocation of 3 1/2 million doses -- 978,092 doses -- have been administered, according to the state Department of Community Health."

* ►February 26, 2010 - Genetic reassortment detected in swine flu virus -

* ►February 26, 2010 - Hong Kong reports swine-pandemic flu reassortant - CIDRAP News

* February 26, 2010 - Findings confirm H1N1 flu's toll on pregnant women - New research from Australia confirms that the HIN1 flu hits pregnant women particularly hard-especially if they have asthma, obesity or diabetes. - Clinical Infectious Diseases via Reuters

►February 26, 2010 - Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 - update 89 - WHO

►February 26, 2010 - County To Hold Swine Flu "Super Saturday" -

►February 26, 2010 - Police catch possible 'H1N1 Bandit' -  Denver - "Investigators say the "H1N1 Bandit" learned the nickname in December after wearing a scarf over his face and telling the teller he had H1N1."

►February 26, 2010 - Still Not Out of the Woods for Flu Season -

►February 26, 2010 - S.Africa winter raises World Cup swine flu risk - AFP via The Citizen - "Football body FIFA has advised the tournament's 32 teams to be vaccinated against the H1N1 strain, but has warned against panic."

►February 26, 2010 - CDC Data: H1N1 Caused Far Fewer Deaths and Hospitalizations Than White House Projected -

►February 26, 2010 - FDA Grants Emergency Authorization to Diagnostic Hybrids for Use of H1N1 ID Kit as Public’s Complacency of Threat Grows - Venture Loop

►February 26, 2010 - Free ‘Mondays in March’ H1N1 vaccination clinics - Tri-Town Transcript

►February 26, 2010 - Novel inhaled drug found effective against H5N1 avian influenza virus - Sify - The work by a University of Wisconsin-Madison virologist has been published in the Public Library of Science journal PLoS Pathogens. The study suggests that the compound CS-8958 is a promising alternative antiviral for prevention and treatment of bird flu."

►February 26, 2010 - Virus sickens ship guests, crew - Tests confirm norovirus as culprit on cruise - The (Charleston) Post and Courier via The Sun News

►February 26, 2010 - Lakes “most improved” in childhood immunisations - New Zealand Doctor Online

* ►February 26, 2010 - Judith Warner misses the real questions about medicating children - Alliance for Human Research Protection

* ►February 26, 2010 - GSK chief nets 76% pay rise after one year - Thr Times, UK

* ►February 26, 2010 - VA to Reconsider Benefits for Ill Gulf War Vets/ WP - Anthrax Vaccine -- posts by Meryl Nass, M.D.

* ►February 26, 2010 - VA to reconsider benefits for ill Gulf War vets (requires registration) - AP via Washington Post

* ►February 26, 2010 - Bill for more investigation of '01 anthrax case passes House - Baltimore Sun

* ►February 26, 2010 - Holt: Last word not in on anthrax attack case - The Times of Trenton via

* ►February 26, 2010 - Bartlett seeks review of FBI's anthrax case - The Frederick News Post

►February 26, 2010 - Former HHS Official Backs Home Kits for Biodefense - NTI: Global Security Newswire

►February 26, 2010 - Vomiting virus sweeps through Tottenham Hotspur - The Times, UK

►February 26, 2010 - Measles 'mopping operations' on - Visayan Daily Star

►February 26, 2010 - Cuba Starts New Vaccination Campaign Against Poliomyelitis -

►February 26, 2010 - Tragedy of Wirral man who died after visit to dentist - Wirral Globe - "Mark Johnson, 36, collapsed at work on the night of July 2 last year. ... A postmortem revealed the cause of death was cardiac arrest caused by anaphylaxis - an extreme allergic reaction to penicillin."

* ►February 26, 2010 - Third study finds no link between mouse virus and chronic fatigue syndrome - Booster Shots Blog via Los Angeles Times

* ►February 26, 2010 - Yet another study refutes virus link to chronic fatigue syndrome - The Great Beyond Blog via

►February 26, 2010 - Norovirus continues to spread through the Carolinas -

►February 26, 2010 - Government Must Take Greater Lead On Health -

►February 26, 2010 - A ‘test and treat’ approach to fighting HIV - op-ed - Boston Globe

►February 26, 2010 - Circumcision: Zimbabwe's latest anti-HIV weapon - Lovemore bravely looks on at the work of the doctor and nurse as they perform the circumcision. - BBC

►February 26, 2010 - Global support needed to help Haiti meet AIDS needs, says UN report - UN

►February 26, 2010 - Lawsuit claims Elgin clinic leaked HIV-patient information - The Chronicle

►February 26, 2010 - HIV Still Plagues the U.S.: Some Areas Have Higher Rates Than Africa - The Human Condition Blog via Newsweek

►February 26, 2010 - HIV: Nigeria records 1,000 new infections daily —UNAIDS - The Punch, Nigeria

►February 26, 2010 - Mothers urged to seek measles vaccines for kids - Philippine Information Agency

* ►February 26, 2010 - The Drug Lords, The Men Who Run The Global Phamaceutical Industry - 24/7 Wall St

* ►February 26, 2010 - KV Pleads Guilty, Agrees to Close ETHEX Generic Drug Plant -

* ►February 26, 2010 - Senate passes BPA ban in bottles, cups for small children - House OK'd identical bill last week - Baltimore Sun - "If the bill is signed, Maryland would become the fourth state to ban the chemical linked to developmental problems in young children, reproductive troubles in women and other diseases."

►February 26, 2010 - Editorial: FDA’s drug-testing procedure leaves unanswered questions - editorial -

►February 26, 2010 - Ranbaxy: FDA battle to cast a shadow on sentiment - Economic Times, India

►February 26, 2010 - OC jury begins deliberating in Botox death lawsuit - San Jose Mercury News

►February 26, 2010 - Grassley Questions Whether FDA Should Oversee Health IT Safety - iHealthBeat

►February 26, 2010 - FDA Recommends Recall of Avandia - Maher Law Firm Warns Avandia Users - NY Times Reports - PRWeb via The Earth Times

►February 26, 2010 - Pfizer's Ringo to retire - The Day -"[William] Ringo, who spent several years as a venture capitalist after retiring from Eli Lilly & Co. and before joining Pfizer, said his retirement will go into effect April 30."

* ►February 26, 2010 - Novel Antitoxin Strategy Developed Using 'Tagged Binding Agents' - A study involving the world's deadliest substance has yielded a new strategy to clear toxins from the body -- which may lead to more efficient strategies against toxins that may be used in a bioterrorist event, as well as snake bites, scorpion stings, and even some important chronic diseases. - Tufts University, Health Sciences via ScienceDaily

* ►February 26, 2010 - Monsanto kills Fox News story of their BGH hormones in your milk - video - 24hnews

* ►February 26, 2010 - Are Hot Dogs Killing Our Kids? Uh, Not Really - BNET Food Blog - "The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is lobbying for enhanced federal oversight of hot dogs and other foods that pose a potential choking hazard to children. The argument favoring regulatory change, however, is being spun from 29-year old data."

* ►February 26, 2010 - Medical scan makers to install radiation controls - The dosing checks will alert operators whenever the machine's settings exceed recommended levels. - AP via Los Angeles Times - "The announcement from the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance came two weeks after the Food and Drug Administration said it would begin cracking down on excessive radiation scanning."

►February 26, 2010 - Salmonella Found in Crushed Red Pepper - Wholesale Red Pepper Recalled; FDA Says Retail Products May Be Next - WebMD

►February 26, 2010 - Outbreak kills hundreds of bighorn sheep in West - AP via Seattle Post-Intelligencer

* ►February 25, 2010 - Myths 3.2 Chickenpox “the disease can be severe” - Inside Vaccines

* ►February 25, 2010 - Under fire, WHO wins praise from flu scientists - Analysis - The Independent, UK - "'Perhaps they could improve public perception in the future by having pandemic scientific advisors who have no conflict of interest' with pharmaceutical companies, said [Lone] Simonsen."

►February 25, 2010 - Third wave of H1N1 unlikely: officials - The Barrie Examiner

►February 25, 2010 - Officials still urging members of public to get H1N1 immunizations - Register Herald via The Fayette Tribune

►February 25, 2010 - H1N1 Cases Down, But Threat Still Lingers -

►February 25, 2010 - Doctors Expect 3rd Wave Of H1N1 Flu In Md. -

►February 25, 2010 - CDC finds racial differences in pandemic flu hospitalizations - CIDRAP News

►February 25, 2010 - Current Measles Situation in the Western Cape - Cape Gateway

►February 25, 2010 - DHEC probes flu outbreak on land in S.C. - Stomach virus is similiar to one that has stricken cruise passengers who sailed from Charleston - The State

►February 25, 2010 - Resistance Likely to Develop With New Hepatitis C DrugsAddition of drugs to interferon and ribavirin treatment improves efficacy - HealthDay via ModernMedicine

►February 25, 2010 - Regulus could get $150M from expanded partnership with GlaxoSmithKline for hepatitis C work - AP via Los Angeles Times

* ►February 25, 2010 - Hepatitis virus causes body to silence own genes - Johns Hopkins News-Letter

►February 25, 2010 - A few questions for Judith Warner and her editors - Alison Bass

►February 25, 2010 - FDA says Bristol-Myers kidney transplant drug extends life, but carries side effects - AP via Los Angeles Times

►February 25, 2010 - Makers of CT scanners will install safety controls to prevent excess radiation dosing - AP via Los Angeles Times

* ►February 25, 2010 - State of Montana settles lawsuit with pharmaceutical giant Eli Eli Lilly for $13 million - The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

* ►February 25, 2010 - FDA Offers Docs Guidance on Rosiglitazone as Safety Review Nears Completion - Senate Committee Critical of Agency, GSK - AAFP News Now - "Meanwhile, Senate Committee on Finance chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., and ranking member Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, issued a news release (3-page PDF; About PDFs) Feb. 20 along with a committee report about rosiglitazone that criticizes not only manufacturer GSK but the FDA's handling of the drug.  According to the release, public safety has been put at risk because the FDA 'has been too cozy with drug makers and has been regularly outmaneuvered by companies that have a financial interest in downplaying or underexploring potential safety risks.'"

►February 25, 2010 - 4medica to Demonstrate Integrated Health Record Solution at HIMSS 2010 Interoperability Showcase - Company Will Partner with CDC to Showcase Value of Healthcare Information Technology Interoperability in Streamlining Reporting and Data Sharing - press release - 4medica via Business Wire

►February 25, 2010 - U.S. agencies join in bid to speed drug development - With an aim of getting experimental new drugs to people quicker, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and National Institutes of Health announced a plan on Wednesday to work more closely together. - Reuters

►February 25, 2010 - CDC Showcases a Little Venereal Disease After V-Day - The Emory Wheel - "With the smell of chocolate kisses and fresh roses still in the air, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Global Health Odyssey Museum opened a free, temporary exhibit called 'VD: Values, Rights and Public Health' on Feb. 16. It will be housed there until May 28."

►February 25, 2010 - Phones, paper 'chips' may fight disease - CNN

►February 25, 2010 - Police: Indiana AIDS patient put 26 women at risk - USA Today

* ►February 25, 2010 - Vitamin D Deficiency Common Among HIV Positive -

* ►February 24, 2010 - NJ 1st To Mandate H1N1 - LifeHealthChoices - "With the inclusion of H1N1 into next year's seasonal flu shot, New Jersey becomes the first and only state to mandate H1N1 to children 6 to 59 months of age as a requirement for daycare and preschool admission."

►February 24, 2010 - Questions and Answers: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) 2009 H1N1 Flu Modules for Influenza-like Illness (ILI) and Vaccination - CDC

* ►February 24, 2010 - Do We Really Need Another Shot In the Arm? - New H1N1 Shot plus MORE Childhood Vaccines Scheduled? - US Gov. H1N1 Vaccine Ads and Continued US Push Update! -

►February 24, 2010 - ACIP recommends annual flu shots for almost all - CIDRAP News

►February 24, 2010 - Adults need to get vaccinations too - Bellingham Herald

►February 24, 2010 - Chimerix founder to speak at Institute of Medicine Workshop - Bio Prep Watch

►February 24, 2010 - HIV vax facility plans for sale - FiercePharma Manufacturing

►February 24, 2010 - Cerebrospinal meningitis cases on the rise in Ghana, with 27 deaths this season - New York Daily News

►February 24, 2010 - Treating neonatal meningitis -- is nitric oxide a foe or a friend to bacteria? - press release - American Journal of Pathology via EurekAlert!

* ►February 23, 2010 - Extra doses of polio vaccine not harmful - Ghana News Agency - "National Programme Manager of the Expanded Programme on Immunisation, on Tuesday assured Ghanaians that extra doses of the polio vaccines were not injurious to children. On the contrary, Mr Kwadwo  Antwi Agyei said, it was beneficial and a known scientific fact that children in developing countries like Ghana required 10-15 doses of the vaccine in order to develop full immunity."

►February 23, 2010 - Rabid raccoon diagnosis prompts immunization reminders in Baldwin County - Press-Register via

* ►February 23, 2010 - S.F. man can sue feds for revealing HIV status - San Francisco Chronicle - "A small-plane pilot from San Francisco, who hid his HIV-positive status for years out of fear of losing his license, can sue the government for disclosing his condition during a fraud investigation, a federal appeals court ruled Monday."

►February 23, 2010 - 3 South Floridians with HIV tell their stories - Miami Herald

►February 22, 2010 - Scientists Unveil Strategy to End HIV/AIDS within 40 Years - Voice of America

►February 22, 2010 - UN conference to tackle growing problem of 'e-waste' - Billed as the largest global environmental meeting since Copenhagen, a UN summit in Bali this week will focus on the growing threat in the developing world through discarded electronics such as computers. - Deutsche Welle

►February 22, 2010 - Doing an About-Face on ‘Overmedicated’ Children - book review (requires registration) - The New York Times - "WE’VE GOT ISSUES Children and Parents in the Age of Medication. By Judith Warner."

►February 22, 2010 - To Drug or Not To DrugJudith Warner misses the real questions about medicating children. - Slate

* ►February 19, 2010 - Vaccines and Preventable Diseases: Hib Vaccine - Q&A for Providers about the Hib Vaccination Schedule - CDC

►February 2010 - Detoxing From Vaccines - Dr. Janet Starr Hull Newsletter

* ►January 16, 2010 - What causes autism? Exploring the environmental contribution - journal article (Current Opinion in Pediatrics)

* Video Links - Coalition for Vaccine Safety

Pipeline Insight: Therapeutic Cancer Vaccines - Prospect of first approval set to reinvigorate interest from major companies - FierceBiotech


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