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To maximize bacteria survival, sow seed as soon as possible after inoculation, and minimize contact with direct sunlight.
In 1760, Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli created a dynamic model of smallpox transmission, showing how the disease spread and examining the effect that inoculation had on the survival of patients.
Children are usually the best protected given that the hepatitis A vaccine has been a standard childhood inoculation for more than a decade, Dern said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted 8 to 7 on Wednesday to recommend that doctors choose Shingrix for their patients instead of Merck’s older Zostavax inoculation available since 2006.
The vaccine supply question persists as San Diego organizations ready for a fresh wave of inoculation activity.
Early sports participation matters because the advantages that come with it can serve as an inoculation against some of life’s unhappier outcomes.
And some anti-vaxxers are not content with just withholding shots from their pets, according to a Park Slope dog owner who has run into skeptics that have encouraged him to forgo inoculations.
Some Brooklynites are refusing to vaccinate their pets against virulent and potentially deadly illnesses—some of which could spread to humans—thanks to a growing movement against the life-saving inoculations, according to borough vets. . . .
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First Known Use of inoculation
INOCULATION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of inoculation
- travelers in the tropics should have typhoid inoculations
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