Also other points of interest that have come up very recently...
Children who have their routine vaccinations delayed by two months or more cut their risk of asthma by half, a University of Manitoba researcher has found.
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week by Oregon Health & Science University researchers suggests that America may over-vaccinate http://www.ohsu.edu/ohsuedu/newspub/...7vaccinate.cfm
And, an article on WebMD about the study noted:
|Eventually, the research may trigger a rethinking of the current revaccination schedule, Slifka says. For instance, the CDC now recommends that adults who got immunized against tetanus as a child get a booster dose every 10 years. In the future, Slifka says, that recommendation may change, saving time and money without affecting protection.|