Vaccine for Inflammation in the Works

Vaccine for Inflammation in the Works

Story Highlights Scientists are working on a vaccine for autoimmune, inflammation-induced mental health issues using soil-derived bacteria. Vaccines have been implicated in increasing the risk for neuropsychiatric issues in children. Vaccines and all other immune-system activators act by provoking an inflammatory response. Christopher Lowry, PhD and a team of researchers from the University of Colorado […]

MMR Vaccine Sales Boost Merck’s 2019 Revenues

MMR Vaccine Sales Boost Merck’s 2019 Revenues

After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publicized measles outbreaks in several states beginning in January 2019, on May 1 Merck & Co. announced that it had increased production of its live attenuated (weakened) virus MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine in response to an increasing demand for the product in the United States. […]

Brain Injured Girl in Virginia Diagnosed With ADEM After Flu Shot

Brain Injured Girl in Virginia Diagnosed With ADEM After Flu Shot

In 2016, 14-month-old Kynslee Mullins of Spotsylvania County, Virginia was a healthy toddler who was just learning to walk and talk. The child’s health began to deteriorate shortly after receiving the influenza vaccine. One morning, Kynslee awakened “without the use of her entire body,” says her mother, Mary.1 Now nearly four and a half years […]

EV-D68 Virus Pushed as Cause of AFM Paralysis

EV-D68 Virus Pushed as Cause of AFM Paralysis

You may be familiar with the idiom, “square peg into a round hole.” It is an expression that is often used to describe something that cannot fit, but yet every effort is made to try and force it to fit. That is the image that is emerging in the quest to find an answer to […]

Google Shuts Down Traffic to Health Advocate Mercola.com

Google Shuts Down Traffic to Health Advocate Mercola.com

Opinion | One of the top natural health/health awareness websites in the world, Mercola.com, has been censored by Google as well as other social media platforms for simply sharing information. Who is this ‘ministry’ of truth deciding what people get to see and what people don’t get to see? Why can’t the people have a […]

NIH and Johnson & Johnson to Begin HIV Vaccine Trials on Humans

NIH and Johnson & Johnson to Begin HIV Vaccine Trials on Humans

Story Highlights NIH, in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson, will begin HIV vaccine efficacy trials on humans in August 2019 in the U.S. Another HIV vaccine candidate, using a live attenuated herpes cytomegalovirus (CMV), is also nearing clinical trials in humans. There are serious safety concerns regarding live attenuated vaccines and numerous cases reported in […]

Artificial Intelligence Takes Over Vaccine Development

Artificial Intelligence Takes Over Vaccine Development

Story Highlights A computer with artificial intelligence (AI) has designed a new “turbocharged” flu vaccine without human help. A research team from Flinders University in Australia created the AI program, which they named SAM (Search Algorithm for Ligands). The AI vaccine research work is being funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Scientists in […]

Merck Plans to Up Production of Experimental Ebola Vaccine

Merck Plans to Up Production of Experimental Ebola Vaccine

In response to the current outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) which began in August 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). There have been about 2,500 confirmed cases of Ebola in the DRC and at least 1,737 people have […]

Pro-Vaccine vs Anti-Vaccine: Should Your Kids Get Vaccinated?

We brought pro-vaxxers and anti-vaxxers together to spark a dialogue about their differences and similarities. The first statement is, “I am vaccianted.” The second statement is, “Not getting vaccinated endangers other people.” The third statement is, “I’d do anything to keep my child safe.” The fourth statement is, “I don’t always trust my doctor’s opinion.”

Lyme Disease Vaccines: Past and Future

Lyme Disease Vaccines: Past and Future

Story Highlights A new Lyme disease vaccine candidate approved by the FDA using the fast track process is currently in its second phase of clinical trials. In 1998, the FDA granted licensure for a Lyme disease vaccine called LYMErix. Following reports of severe adverse reactions to LYMErix, GlaxoSmithKline (formerly SmithKline Beecham) withdrew the vaccine from […]

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