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2015/02/27 18:16
2015/02/27 18:16
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Ralph Neumann`s letter against mandatory vaccinations reminded me that it is time to put compost on the gardens. Otherwise it was the most useless excuse I`ve seen in quite some time attempting - and...
2015/02/27 18:16
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2015/02/24 15:13
2015/02/24 15:13
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The resilience of anti-vaccination myths in the face of overwhelming scientific evidence is troubling, but it’s not new. With a total of 10 cases in the city of Toronto, the once-dead measles virus...
2015/02/23 05:00
2015/02/23 05:00
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Union Science and Technology Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan on Sunday claimed that modern medicine originated in India and that Indians had practised inoculation against small pox even before the vaccine...
2015/02/16 18:36
2015/02/16 18:36
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The inscription on a large rock in the front yard of an old house on South Ferry Street in Anoka reads “Dr. A.W. Giddings settled here in the year 1854.” Dr. Aurora W. Giddings, Anoka’s first doctor,...
2015/02/16 15:27
2015/02/16 15:27
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FILE - In this Oct. 7, 1954 file photo, Dr. Jonas Salk, developer of the polio vaccine, holds a rack of test tubes in his lab in Pittsburgh, Pa. (AP Photo/File) They're considered one of mankind's...
2015/02/15 13:19
2015/02/15 13:19
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Cold War didn't end. It just took on a 24-year pause. The East-West showdown over Ukraine makes that clear. As the non-Russian republics broke free in the Soviet collapse and...
2015/02/14 19:15
2015/02/14 19:15
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WASHINGTON (AP) � Millions of immigrants benefiting from President Barack Obama's executive actions could get a windfall from the IRS, a reversal of fortune after years of paying taxes to help fund...
2015/02/13 11:24
2015/02/13 11:24
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Fitzcarraldo Editions, 216pp, £12.99 In recent news, no one is immune from: making mistakes, random acts of violence, heartbreak, or our intention to thwart attacks against us. The metaphorical use...
2015/02/08 08:56
2015/02/08 08:56
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Published: Sunday, February 8, 2015, 12:01 a.m. Eradicating outbreaks of anti-vaccine fever By Stephen Mihm, Bloomberg News The anti-vaccination movement has hit a wall. After years of flourishing...
2015/02/05 14:58
2015/02/05 14:58
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For centuries, humankind has been vulnerable to all sorts of diseases, many of them wretched and often lethal. In the 14th century, the bubonic plague swept through Europe, killing more than 25...
2015/02/04 06:08
2015/02/04 06:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON In 2000, measles was declared eradicated in the U.S., yet there hasn't been a year since where at least one outbreak of the “childhood” disease has been documented in this...
2015/02/04 04:08
2015/02/04 04:08
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Star Tribune, Feb. 2 State can learn much from new study on teachers A recent report to the Legislature offers important data about Minnesota teachers — information that can drive decisions about...
2015/02/03 13:06
2015/02/03 13:06
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About a third of American parents harbor some degree of "vaccine hesitancy" that leads them to resist getting recommended vaccines. It's also true that nearly a third of Americans think the evidence...
2015/02/03 05:26
2015/02/03 05:26
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Epidemics have piggybacked their way on wars across the world for thousands of years. The Plague of Galen, which decimated Rome in 165 A.D., entered the empire with soldiers returning from the Near...
2015/02/27 18:16
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