There might be no vaccine for malaria, HIV, Tuberculosis etc, but the scientific community is still working on this so as to also come up with a vaccine that will curb this deadly diseases. According to a well known Encino dentist, “There are also cancer vaccines which are being developed so as to help in fighting cancer and it is believed that this cancer vaccines will address the growing rate of cancer which has now become the most common cause of death in today’s generation.” Let’s hope she’s right.

Get Your Travel Vaccination and Protect Yourself

Get Your Travel Vaccination and Protect Yourself

There is nothing more exciting than a trip abroad, imagine going on an African Safari or trekking the Himalayas.  You know what could ruin that trip, getting sick.  That’s why to travel abroad in some countries you need to get immunizations first.  According to Professor George Dickson, most of those diseases are unheard of in North America or other developed nations.  Before you travel you should know not only about the country but the diseases you may contract there.  The good news is that you can completely protect yourself.  Before you board the plane see your family physician and get your travel vaccinations and protect yourself from disease. Types of Travel Vaccinations There are essentially 3 types of travel vaccines you can get from your doctor, they are: Recommended Vaccinations “These vaccines aren’t mandatory but if you are heading to an area with high risk of contamination they are recommended,”…

Vaccines Save Lives!

Vaccines Save Lives!

It is known that vaccines have and will always help in preventing serious diseases. Many years back, the majority of the infectious diseases were life threatening even in the most developed countries, but today there are a range of vaccines which are available for protecting us from different kinds of diseases. Widespread use of vaccines has proven to work in controlling diseases for example, smallpox would affect sixty percent of the population in the 1980’s and kill one out of four victims. Below are some ways in which vaccines improve and save lives; 1. Vaccines have benefits – vaccines have small benefits which are normally outside their calculated effect. For example, in Africa, vaccine administering volunteers determined that the vaccine for measles has been greatly linked to a decrease in deaths by a third whereas in many developed countries, vaccines have reduced the risk of asthma and also eczema. 2….