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The vaccine is being recommended for people traveling to areas known to have yellow fever.
Kentucky's health department is recommending that the vaccine be a requirement for school entry in the upcoming year.
The hepatitis A vaccine is highly effective, especially in protecting high-risk people, Heffron said.
O'Malley said this year's vaccine has been more effective against the H1N1 and influenza B strains.
The vaccine is highly effective and provides long-term protection.
The vaccine is available at the county health department, some healthcare providers and pharmacies, according to the release.
The measles vaccine is highly effective and most people receive it as part of the childhood measles-mumps-rubella, or MMR, shot.
But those efforts have been dogged by rumors that the vaccine is unsafe or ineffective, and health officials have struggled to effectively combat that misinformation.
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Origin and Etymology of vaccine
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Definition of vaccine for English Language Learners
medical : a substance that is usually injected into a person or animal to protect against a particular disease
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History for vaccine
medical Definition of vaccine
- chicken pox vaccine
- measles-mumps-rubella vaccine
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