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A special subcommittee of the Knesset Children’s Rights Committee was outraged over the ministry’s intention to discriminate against the periphery.
Number of children impacted or killed by whooping cough could continue to rise if they aren’t accurately vaccinated.
By LOYOLA UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM
Being a parent reduces risk of catching a cold, perhaps because of psychological or behavioral differences.
By WOLTERS KLUWER HEALTH: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS
Loyola Infectious Disease Specialist says mid-February peak season for infectious diseases.
As Succot approaches, amateur “construction workers” are urged to take care when using ladders and nails, avoid lighting candles inside.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Until now, scientists were in the dark about what distinguishes the “swine flu” from the ordinary type in pigs or seasonal outbreaks in humans.
Media reports in recent weeks send tens of thousands of people rushing to their health funds for free shots.
Health Ministry chief Dr.Ronni Gamzu says it's "amazing that there are still people who have not been vaccinated despite publicity."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Pneumonia, flu virus hits Israel hard this winter.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
Refaeli is the mother of two young girls, Liv, two years old, and one-year-old Elle.
By AMY SPIRO
It's important, however, for everyone to get vaccinated in order to reduce the chance of the virus getting into the community and to protect those with weak immune systems.
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
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