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Is there a vaccination for anthrax?

Is there a vaccination for anthrax?

Yes: However it is neither recommended nor readily available for the general public. ...Read more

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Dr. Mark Diamond
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Vaccinations (Definition)

Latin word for cow, vacca, because of the smallpox/cowpox work of edward jenner, vaccination is the administration of a substance, live organism or otherwise, that stimulates the immune response to prevent a specific disease. Primarily a preventative procedure, some vaccines can ...Read more


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Who should be vaccinated against anthrax?

Who should be vaccinated against anthrax?

Military & lab work: People at risk for contracting anthrax should be immunized against it. Currently certain military personnel, people who work with anthrax in labs, people who work with imported animal hides or furs from areas of high levels of anthrax, and veterinarians working in areas (outside of usa) with high levels of anthrax. ...Read more

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Is there an effective vaccinination for anthrax?

Is there an effective vaccinination for anthrax?

Yes but use limited: There is a vaccine against anthrax that is limited in its use to parts of the military and a few additional civilians. There is little general risk outside of bioterrorism and availability of antibiotics for those potentially exposed limit its use on any broad scale. ...Read more

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What is the vaccination schedule/ program for various age group?

What is the vaccination schedule/ program for various age group?

Vaccine schedules: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/ Schedules vary by age and previous immunization status. The CDC updates immunization schedules annually on their website. ...Read more

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I'm late for my daughter 2 months vaccination schedule..about 3 weeks late. Waht should i do?

I'm late for my daughter 2 months vaccination schedule..about 3 weeks late. 
Waht should i do?

Not to worry: Getting vaccines delayed by 3-4 weeks is of no great concern. Ideally the vaccines should be given at the times when they are recommended. But due to some reasons or another some do get delayed. These reasons can be minimized but vaccines should be given as soon as possible after the delay. Most vaccines cannot be pre-poned but slight delay is ok. ...Read more

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Do you recommend the traditional vaccination schedule?

Do you recommend the traditional vaccination schedule?

Yes: Yes i do. My kids got it and my grand kids now are getting it. I think it is irresponsible both as a parent and physician not to recommend it. All the theories of causing this and that are disproven. Do bad reactions occur sure, but we know bad reactions happen if they get the disease, look at all the whooping cough that is coming back. We can't count on herd immunity any more! ...Read more

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What is appropriate nutrition and vaccination schedule for a preemie?

What is appropriate nutrition and vaccination schedule for a preemie?

Yes: Loaded question! nutrition: highly dependent. Fortunately, preparing you for home care (including nutrition) is one of the things nicu does best. You'll be taught all about feedings before discharge, and your baby's nutrition will be frequently reassesed by your pediatrician after you come home. Vaccinations: typically, same as full-term; some premies do need additional vaccines, (eg. Synagis). ...Read more

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What are the benefits of an alternative pediatric vaccination schedule?

Unscientific&Dangero: There are no benefits and in my opinion can be dangerous as tis kind of approach leaves too many kids unprotected for too long time and there is no scientific evidence to support it as these have not been studied at all This approach is not approved or recommended by American Academy of Pediatrics or Center For Disease Control. ...Read more

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