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 What vaccines should your dog have?

Answer The type of vaccinations required to prevent diseases in dogs are often determined by several factors. Each dog should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and vaccination protocols should be thoro... Read More »
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Where and how do you get MMR vaccine as separate vaccines for each disease instead of the combined vaccine for MMR are these vaccines available separately by any manufacturers?

What is the difference between nasal H1N1 vaccines and the injected H1N1 vaccines?

The only real difference is the medium that holds the virus in the vaccine, one is made for injection into muscles and the other is for using as a nasal mist. The current vaccination for H1N1/09 is... Read More »
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VACCINES : Would you trust the FDA when they allow this in our flu vaccines?

Stop being dishonest, the US flu vaccines do NOT contain the adjuvant squalene. But perhaps they should? There is very good evidence to show that adjuvants actually make vaccines safer, but I'll ge... Read More »
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When do you use vaccines?

Vaccines are used to prevent infectious diseases. You use them before you get sick to avoid illness. Some vaccines are for use seasonally (e.g., flu vaccines) and some are used only at certain ages... Read More »
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