Brush up on adult vaccination requirements for special populations with a look through our short slide show.
Fluzone or Flulaval: What Does the CDC say?
Winter is coming and so is influenza. Does the CDC recommend Fluzone or Flulaval for pediatric patients?
High-dose Influenza Vax Reduces Respiratory Illness in Nursing Home Residents
The quadrupled antigen in a high-dose influenza vaccine did reduce morbidity and mortality, but flaws in the recent study prompt questions.
Vaccine May Prevent Shingles in Rheumatoid Arthritis
The live varicella-zoster vaccine may be effective in patients with RA who are starting treatment with tofacitinib.
Flood Waters, Tetanus, and Politicians
Congressman urges Hurricane Harvey victims to get a tetanus shot. Medical myth or mandatory?
Posttest on Puzzles in Pediatric Vaccination
See what you have absorbed this month from our puzzling cases on MMR, Quadracel, Gardasil, and other ped vaccines.
Figuring out how to bring a child up-to-date with missed vaccinations can be confusing enough, even without a language barrier.
Gardasil or Meningococcal Vaccine: Which Would Spock Choose?
The topic of HPV vaccination can be a loaded one for parents. Click here for some rational data to help then face facts.
10 Shots of IBD Preventive Care
New ACG inflammatory bowel disease vaccination and screening guidelines call on primary care physicians as comanagers.
Adult Vaccination Recap: 7 Essential Points
Scroll through this compact slide show for review of gaps in US adult vaccination practice and how primary care can help fill them.
A Very Sick 3-Year-Old: Fever, Cough, Congestion & Rash
Onset of illness was acute; fever is high and rash is widespread. Exam is performed in isolation. Your Dx?
The 3 Scourges of Infectious Disease
Tuberculosis, measles, and influenza have declined over the years but not gone away. See the slides that follow for key facts and figures on the current state of these ongoing public health threats.
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