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  • Health law's aim: Multiple vaccines for more people

    Health law's aim: Multiple vaccines for more people
    It's flu season: Time to get your flu shot. For many adults and their doctors, if they discuss immunizations at all, the conversation ends there. It shouldn't. There are several vaccines that adults need, depending on their age and risk factors, to...
  • Vaccine approved for anal cancer prevention

    Gardasil, the vaccine that can prevent most cases of cervical cancer in girls, has won the FDA's blessing as a vaccine to prevent anal cancer, a rare but growing diagnosis in the United States. The drug agency's approval for Gardasil as an anal cancer...
  • New recommendations for cervical cancer screenings

    New recommendations for cervical cancer screenings
    There are new recommendations from the U.S. Preventative Service Task Force for how often women should be screened for cervical cancer. Instead of being screened annually, the task force is now recommending women be screened every three years. These...
  • Genital warts tied to range of cancers

    Genital warts tied to range of cancers
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who've ever had genital warts may have a somewhat higher risk of several types of cancer — possibly including common skin cancers, a new study suggests. The findings, reported in the Journal of Infectious...
  • SEC rules could hurt Rick Perry's fundraising

    SEC rules could hurt Rick Perry's fundraising
    Nearly two weeks after announcing his presidential bid, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has displayed Texas-size ambition and signs of early success in raising the large sums necessary for a national campaign. But unlike other candidates, Perry may not have ready...
  • Graphic: How Gardasil vaccine prevents cancer

    <b>Graphic: </b>How Gardasil vaccine prevents cancer
  • Health Notes: Group now recommends HPV vaccine for boys; Virginia Beach mother preempted recommendation last year

    <span style=color:#ff0000><b>Health Notes:</b></span> Group now recommends HPV vaccine for boys; Virginia Beach mother preempted recommendation last year
    Last year Virginia Beach resident Tonya McKinney insisted that her teen-aged son get the HPV vaccine that the CDC then recommended for girls. Both her son and daughter received the vaccine which protects against human papilloma virus that can cause...
  • Hoosier family promotes controversial HPV vaccine

    Hoosier family promotes controversial HPV vaccine
    In 2008, Kirk Forbes daughter, Kristen, died of cervical cancer. She contracted the Human Papillomavirus, or HPV. She was just 23, and had just graduated from college. After her death, the Forbes wrote a book, "Love, Kristen." "It was meant to be a...
  • HPV vaccination rates low nationwide

    HPV vaccination rates low nationwide
    Because most cervical cancer cases and some less common malignancies are caused by human papillomavirus, or HPV, area physicians and public health experts were thrilled when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2006 approved the first vaccine to...
  • Buzzwords from the GOP debates

    Buzzwords from the GOP debates
    Presidential debates are often the birthplace of catchphrases that outlive the race in question—and sometimes the candidates themselves. Sarah Palin's "you betcha," Al Gore's "fuzzy math," and Lloyd Bentsen's "Senator, you are no Jack Kennedy"...
  • Perry's steep learning curve

    In his presidential campaign, Mitt Romney has one big disadvantage: his Massachusetts health care program, which looks a lot like Obama's national plan. But he has one big advantage that is probably becoming apparent to Rick Perry: He's done this before....
  • Controversy Surrounds Perry's Executive Order for HPV Vaccine

    Controversy Surrounds Perry's Executive Order for HPV Vaccine
    GovernorRick Perry came under fire for a 2007 Executive Order he issued to have preteens vaccinated for HPV. Wednesday morning, Perry met with more than 8,000 students at Virginia's Liberty University, the world's largest Christian university....