Analysis of recent H1N1 vaccination data indicated a small but significant risk of Guillain-Barre Syndrome following influenza A(H1N1) vaccinations.
A new study reports a vaccine for a rare viral brain infection, PML, is being developed.
While misinformation can cancel our accurate statements about climate change, researchers report that delivering a 'vaccine, or preemptive exposure, to fragments of misinformation may cancel out the negative false news and help preserve the facts.
Disinformation and concern about vaccine safety appear to be negatively influencing parents when it comes deciding whether or not to vaccinate their children, a new study reports.
Researchers say better adherence to vaccines is needed to help prevent measles epidemics occurring in the U.S.
Researchers are testing a new vaccine and oral medication that could delay or prevent Alzheimer's disease from developing in those with a genetic predisposition.
A new vaccine blocks the effects of heroin by preventing the drug from crossing the blood-brain barrier. Researchers believe the vaccine could be helpful in curbing the opioid epidemic.
Researchers say vaccination campaigns focused on persuasion may not be effective. The study reports interventions focused on shaping patients' and parents' behavior may be more effective in promoting vaccinations.
Despite the fact papers continue to expose the misinformation linking vaccinations to autism, many people still believe there is a correlation between the two. Researchers found many people get misinformed advice from online resources with negative stances on vaccinations. While using search engines to find negative vaccine advice is common, researchers believe monitoring search results could be useful in identifying people and countries at greatest risk of vaccine misinformation.
According to researchers, over 50% of people in some European countries still believe the myth that vaccines cause autism, despite the claim being widely discredited. A new paper looks at why so many people may still believe the vaccine-autism link is real.
Researchers report Russian trolls and bots are significantly involved in promoting discord and spreading false information about vaccines on Twitter. The study reports these accounts shared anti-vaccination messages 75% more than average Twitter users.