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  • Noblesville Schools reports student possibly infected with measles

    Noblesville Schools reports student possibly infected with measles
    Noblesville Schools announced Monday that they have received a report of a student with a possible case of measles. The announcement came after health officials confirmed 10 cases have been reported in Boone and Hamilton Counties. The outbreak follows...
  • California schools' risks rise as vaccinations drop

    California schools' risks rise as vaccinations drop
    A rising number of California parents are choosing to send their children to kindergarten without routine vaccinations, putting hundreds of elementary schools in the state at risk for outbreaks of childhood diseases eradicated in the U.S. years ago....
  • Letters to the editor

    Tar-and-feather time Re “Cogdill pays for being right,” Column, March 30 Reading George Skelton's column about state Sen. Dave Cogdill's ouster as minority leader, my suspicions have finally been verified. Our Republican state legislators...
  • Risky alternative therapies for autism have little basis in science

    Risky alternative therapies for autism have little basis in science
    James Coman's son has an unusual skill. The 7-year-old, his father says, can swallow six pills at once. Diagnosed with autism as a toddler, the Chicago boy had been placed on an intense regimen of supplements and medications aimed at treating the...
  • Mom lives in fear of a lethal germ

    Mom lives in fear of a lethal germ
    No matter what doctors did, the baby's oxygen levels kept dropping. Drug-resistant bacteria were eating holes in the lungs of 7-week-old Madeline Reimer of Batavia. The most powerful antibiotics available could not stop them. The baby died four years...
  • Parents' vaccination fears remain high

     
    Numerous studies have debunked the theory that childhood vaccines cause autism, and autism researchers are now, for the most part, focusing on other potential causes of the disorder. But one in five parents still believe that vaccines may cause autism,......
  • Videos of Michael Jackson’s children surface on YouTube

     
    Michael Jackson may have carefully shielded his children from public view, but new videos of Paris and Blanket Jackson have popped up recently on YouTube, giving fans a peek at the children as they sing, rap, and goof around. KTLA......
  • Mumps outbreak may be spreading to L.A.

     
    A mumps outbreak on the East Coast — the largest in the United States in four years — may be spreading to Los Angeles County. Nine cases of mumps have been reported so far this year, two more than were......
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  • Growing Number of Kids in School Without Vaccinations

    A growing number of California parents are sending their children to school without inoculations for childhood diseases. The report in the L.A. Times found that vaccine exemptions for kindergartners -- which allow them to enroll without having state-...
  • Mumps Outbreak Hits NY Jewish Community

    Mumps Outbreak Hits NY Jewish Community
    The largest U.S. outbreak of mumps is sweeping New York. At least 152 people in Rockland County have been diagnosed with the highly infectious disease since the summer. Investigators have traced the outbreak back to a Jewish summer camp in Sullivan...