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Parents in US increasingly ask for delayed vaccination for toddlers


2 Mar, 2015 | by Ion Gireada | 0 comments
An increasing number of parents in the US decide to spread out the vaccines for their toddlers, going against the recommended immunization schedule, a new study finds. Most doctors respect parents’ wish, even though in their opinion such a delay increases the risk for children to develop the preventable diseases…

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Hospitals in U.S. facing federal regulations when treating Ebola-virus patients


24 Sep, 2014 | by Ion Gireada | 1 comment
The current wave of Ebola-virus patients finds U.S. hospitals unprepared to manage the waste resulting from treating patients who arrive in the country unexpectedly, creating a highly concerning situation for society, experts in biosafety stated. Following federal guidelines involving handling of Ebola-related waste, companies specialized in waste management simply do…