More than one-third of all children in the United States are not following the recommended vaccine schedule, according to a new study.
A new study examines why some individuals are able to fight off the flu better than others. The answer, in part, may lead back to childhood.
A new method to produce vaccines could result in longer-lasting, cheaper vaccines and eliminate the need for refrigeration.
Millennials were least likely to receive the flu vaccine and were the least-informed about the risks of influenza.
Progress has been made, but there’s still a long road ahead.
Patients with diabetes now have access to more technology than ever before to help them manage the chronic disease, but the devices can be complicated for patients to use.
A new study of a vaccine used against a pneumonia-causing bacteria found that cases of severe pneumonia decreased by 35% among those children who had received the vaccine.
Recent outbreaks in the United States are a reason to be concerned about vaccine misinformation getting to the public through social media.
Study shows measles can make other antibodies less effective.
An effective HIV vaccine has proven elusive, but a new type of vaccine may provide results.