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School cancelled in Litchfield IL over flu outbreak

Because several students have been absent due to a flu outbreak in S. Ill., one district just cancelled school to make a 4-day weekend.

S. Car. worries, a little, about a vaccine exemption

Despite evidence to the contrary, some people still think immunizations cause autism. They don't, but even the president has said they do.

Pro-vaccination messages may backfire

A new study out of the UK suggests more research is needed when developing messaging that promotes the use of vaccinations for schoolkids.

Present debate shifts focus away from student issues

There are, to be sure, real issues facing America. But the present debate has caused lawmakers to lose focus and move away from actual solutions.

Non-issues abound about autism with Trump

Pres. Trump spoke a little, and a little too dimly, about autism at a White House event yesterday with US Ed. Sec. Betsy DeVos.

Most Americans still say vaccines worth the risk

Should you immunize children against certain diseases, like measles, mumps, and rubella? What do Americans think about vaccines these days?

Annual appeal: get your vaccinations up to date

Vaccinations against measles and other diseases are important for all parents before they send their kids off to school. Everywhere in the world.

SCOTUS denies appeal in NY vaccination case

The Supreme Court has decided not to hear a case that allows New York schools to send non-vaccinated students home if an outbreak occurs.

States should remove religious vaccine exemption

Should parents be able to exempt their children from vaccinations because of religious or philosophical beliefs?

Md. requires new vaccinations before school starts

Md. parents need to make sure their children have all the required immunizations before school starts. A few new vaccines are on the list.