The world's first vaccine created in 1798 may not be what we've always thought it is.
The mother is philosophically opposed to vaccinating her son for transmissible, potentially fatal and otherwise preventable diseases.
This parasite, carried by a sandfly, kills tens of thousands pf people every year. Treatment exists, but the sickness can still disfigure and kill people.
With cases increasing astronomically, better protection from the tick-borne disease is urgently needed.
Clinical trials on a prospective type 1 immunization are set to begin next year.
A study suggests even a 5 percent decline in MMR vaccine adherence could spark a measles outbreak in the U.S.
The WHO said it could save “tens of thousands of lives” in Africa, where malaria remains a major killer.
Rotavirus kills an estimated 1,300 children each day.
An unexplained shortage of the injectable version of the vaccine slows attempts to kill polio in Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.
A fractured regulatory system hampered by Big Pharma’s meddling has led to a growing global falsification market.
“Herd immunity” still isn’t statistically achievable in small pockets of the country, according to a new report from the CDC.
Data from a trial in Guinea showed a vaccine was 100 percent effective.
Home-schooled children are still permitted to forgo immunization.
"It benefits everyone to do all that is possible to prevent anyone from requiring medical attention," writes Jae Won Joh, a doctor.
A bill to remove 'personal belief exemptions' from vaccine requirements has stalled.