The AAFP is mailing out new vaccine tables to help both clinicians and their patients understand the newest recommendations.
New tools to study the norovirus may lead to vaccines or even immunotherapy.
Report highlights physician preparedness, barriers for following pneumococcal vaccine guidance
Adult vaccination rates in the U.S. are low, and a new study offers insight on the consequences of missed vaccinations and how to close the gap.
The intranasal vaccine is back, and changes have been made to the viral composition of this year’s vaccine.
A new study details the use of bacteria to prevent PTSD, and possibly offer treatment for other stress disorders.
A new study reveals vaccine that could fight, prevent some cancers
There are many vaccines in development to fight Ebola, but few have been shown to have longevity—until now.
Vaccine hesitancy isn’t as much about additives, side effects, or organic parenting as it is about shifting societal trends toward distrust of medicine and a focus on one’s individual health, according to a new report.
Immune cells that previously were only known to play a role in harmful autoimmune processes may actually be useful in fighting hard-to-detect infections, according to a report.