Researchers have developed a microneedle patch that could replace injections for influenza vaccination and a host of other diseases.
Rachael Zimlich, RN
Vaccine-related injuries in adults are rising, but healthcare providers administering those vaccines rarely have to worry about liability claims.
According to a new study, two clinics found that several initiatives enacted in those practices led to higher than average vaccine uptake among senior citizens.
A new report states that updating current vaccination guidelines could save nearly $300 million annually.
There are dangers in straying from vaccine recommendations, so physicians play a critical part in educating patients.
An increasing number of expectant mothers are following through on the recommendation with physician advocacy serving as a key factor, a recent study says.
Antibodies passed during the third trimester to babies may weaken the infant's response to vaccines in the first few months of life, a new study finds.
This is a good time for practices to revisit vaccines and remind staff and patients about the importance of immunization education.
U.K. researchers say more research and funding is needed for a more successful alternative to prevent pneumonia infection.
A new report says the key to increasing adult vaccine compliance may lie in a simple suggestion from a physician.