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  2. Some Parents Tried to Swerve the Vaccine Conversation With ...

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    Vaccinations offer safe and effective protection against COVID-19, so you’d think that parents would have been universally excited to discuss options with their kids’ pediatricians once the vaccine was made available to children. According to one new report, that was not the case. Researchers from the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Michigan explored whether the […]

  3. Which COVID-19 Vaccines Can Be Used for Children?

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    In children between the age group of six months to five years, safety was evaluated in around 1,700 children from six to 23 months of age who received the vaccine and 600 children who received the placebo. Out of these, around 1,100 vaccine recipients were followed for safety for two months after the second dose.

  4. COVID Vaccine Safe for Children With Unilateral Hearing Loss

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    The COVID-19 vaccine is safe and can be used in children with unilateral hearing loss, according to findings published in the American Journal of Otolaryngology. Giovanna Cantarella, MD, and colleagues examined possible complications of COVID-19 infection or the COVID-19 vaccine in 272 children aged 5-11 (mean age, 7.8), including 120 with pre-existing unilateral hearing loss.

  5. Vaccine Safety & Efficacy | American Medical Association

    www.ama-assn.org/topics/vaccine-safety-efficacy

    Vaccine effectiveness is the measure of how well vaccination protects people against infection, symptomatic illness, hospitalization and death. The AMA takes the position that vaccines are safe, effective and powerful weapons in the fight against infectious diseases, while recognizing that many patients may have concerns about vaccines which need to be addressed.

  6. WHO extends coverage of SINOVAC's COVID-19 vaccine for 3-year ...

    www.ecns.cn/news/society/2022-11-24/detail...

    CoronaVac is one of the three inactivated vaccines that have been approved in China for children aged 3-17; the other two are developed separately by Beijing Institute of Biological Products and ...

  7. Laura Braden’s comments questioning the safety and usefulness ...

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    A review of reports from the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) between 2006 and 2013 found no link between serious adverse events and the HPV vaccine in pregnant women and their children [13]. Overall, HPV vaccines have an excellent safety record and benefits of HPV vaccination far outweigh the potential risks, according to ...

  8. AAP, AACAP, CHA declare national emergency in children’s mental health. Oct. 19, 2021 – The groups cited the serious toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on top of existing mental health challenges and called on policymakers to take action swiftly. J&J COVID vaccine booster recommended by FDA panel.

  9. Children more susceptible to measles as vaccine rates drop ...

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    The WHO and CDC say that 81% of children have gotten a single dose of the vaccine, while 71% have gotten both doses. The organizations say that global measles vaccine coverage is at its lowest ...

  10. Hope new RSV vaccine could reduce hospital pressure - BBC News

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    The trial aims to give the vaccine to 20,000 babies across the UK, France and Germany - with a goal of 12,000 jabs in the UK by the end of February 2023.

  11. Measles outbreak: All the important vaccines your child must ...

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    These vaccines are very important and are given at six weeks, ten weeks, and fourteen weeks of life. Booster doses are given at fifteen months and at 5 years of age. • The measles, mumps, and ...

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