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Bringing into focus a clear and distinct view of the rest of this decade in Texas health care. Offering a sharp perception of what lies ahead and what we must change to keep us all healthy.
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Not vaccinating your child against a disease like the measles is bad for your child and bad for those around you. Listen to some science, check out the video: http://youtu.be/aN0N5tTIFeI

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Flu vaccination rate hits 66% for healthcare workers - Modern Physician

Flu vaccination rate hits 66% for healthcare workers - Modern Physician | Healthy Vision 2020 | Scoop.it

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A significantly higher percentage of physicians and nurses compared with other  healthcare workers received flu vaccines in the last flu season, the Centers for  Disease Control and Prevention reports.
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With legislation passed in 2011, Texas is set to lead the nation in ensuring health care workers are properly vaccinated and do not spread preventable diseases to patients.

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RI first state to adopt regs to require flu shots for healthcare workers

RI first state to adopt regs to require flu shots for healthcare workers - Human resources News on AIDS and Disease...

 

With legislation passed in 2011, Texas is set to lead the nation in ensuring health care workers are properly vaccinated and do not spread preventable diseases to patients.

 

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Are Vaccines Safe? A Major Media Outlet's Specious Story Fans the Debate

Are Vaccines Safe? A Major Media Outlet's Specious Story Fans the Debate | Healthy Vision 2020 | Scoop.it

Can vaccines cause the disease they're supposed to prevent? Do they lead to autism? Every leading medical organization says no — and supports immunization — yet parents are growing increasingly skeptical.

 

Every time one of these sham stories runs, more children lose out on important vaccinations. We're already seeing a whooping cough epidemic in Washington state.

 

 

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