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Whooping Cough

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  • Indiana experiencing largest Whooping Cough outbreak since the 1950s

    Health officials want Hoosiers to get booster shots against whooping cough this year. There have been 600 reported cases of whooping cough in Indiana this year. According to the Mayo Clinic, whooping cough or pertussis is a highly contagious upper...
  • Medical Journal: Autism Study Fraudulent

    Medical Journal: Autism Study Fraudulent
    The investigation into a controversial autism study is complete and its findings are sending shock waves across the nation. Some are now calling the study, originally written by Dr. Anthony Wakefield back in 1998, an elaborate fraud. The British Medical...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Neighborhood speed issues briefly discussed

    A Newport Beach City Council study session on traffic-calming measures touched briefly on two areas of Corona del Mar — Bayside Drive and Coast Highway, near the Cameo neighborhoods. The Tuesday study session took a look at citywide traffic-calming...
  • Student at Zionsville High School diagnosed with whooping cough

    Student at Zionsville High School diagnosed with whooping cough
    Zionsville Community High School has confirmed to Fox59 News that a student has a confirmed diagnosis of whooping cough, or Pertussis. Parents have been notified by the school. According to Principal Tim East, in the alert message families were made...
  • State to get CDC help against whooping cough epidemic

    State to get CDC help against whooping cough epidemic
    The state is asking the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for investigative help in determining why whooping cough is spreading so quickly in Washington. It comes after Gov. Christine Gregoire released emergency money to pay for more vaccine,...
  • Principal of Seattle high school defends closing over illnesses

    Principal of Seattle high school defends closing over illnesses
    The principal of Seattle's Bishop Blanchet High School on Wednesday defended her closing of the school for two days after up to 150 students had called in sick earlier this week.  Principal Kris Brynildsen-Smith ordered the emergency closure as the state...
  • Free whooping cough vaccines in Burien Saturday

    Free whooping cough vaccines in Burien Saturday
    People who are uninsured or cannot afford to pay for a vaccination for whooping cough -- which has reached epidemic levels in Washington state -- can get a free vaccination Saturday in Burien. Public Health -- Seattle & King County and Group Health are...
  • Hundreds line up for free whooping cough vaccinations

    Hundreds line up for free whooping cough vaccinations
    Hundreds of people lined up outside Group Health’s Burien Medical Center to get a free whooping cough booster shot – the vaccine is also known as "T-dap." The vaccines were offered to adults who are around children a lot and who can't...
  • Hundreds line up for free whooping cough vaccine

    Hundreds line up for free whooping cough vaccine
    The line forms here. Down a sidewalk and out onto a street, as hundreds today lined up for a chance to get a free whooping cough vaccine. They started lining up this morning at Group Health’s Burien Medical Center to get a free whooping cough...
  • Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards

    Costa Mesa High School Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards MANDY NGUYEN GPA: 4.28 School Activities/Clubs: National Honor Society, California Scholarship Federation, ROP Emergency Medical Responder, ZOE academy Community: Mesa Verde Library, Heart...
  • More Oregon parents are delaying recommended vaccines

    More Oregon parents are delaying recommended  vaccines
    Nearly 10% of parents in Oregon are limiting their children to getting no more than one or two injections per visit to the pediatrician, according to a new study published in the medical journal Pediatrics Monday.   As a result, children are falling...