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Vaccines, hygiene could stop diarrhoea deaths - UN

LONDON (Reuters) - Diarrhoea causes one in five child deaths across the world but getting important vaccines to Africa and Asia could help save many lives, two U.N. agencies said on Wednesday.

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Canada still targets Nov H1N1 vaccination roll-out

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Canada has less than 1 million doses of H1N1 flu vaccine ready for distribution, not enough to move up the start of its vaccination program, one of the country's top health officials said on Tuesday.

Nation

RM14mil for A(H1N1) vaccine

PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry is spending RM14mil to purchase 400,000 doses of influenza A(H1N1) vaccine.

World

Most who die from new H1N1 flu had conditions - CDC

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Most of the people who have died from the new pandemic H1N1 flu had underlying conditions such as asthma, but 45 percent seemed healthy, according to the largest study yet of U.S. cases.

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US school swine flu event shows vaccine challenge

LANDOVER, Maryland (Reuters) - A U.S. government media event to promote H1N1 school vaccinations on Friday included VIPs, cute kids and a phalanx of television cameras -- but only one in five children at the school had proper parental consent to get immunized.

World

H1N1 flu taking off in U.S., officials say

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The new pandemic of swine flu has killed 76 children in the United States since it emerged in April and is worsening, U.S. health officials said on Friday.

World

US school swine flu event shows vaccine challenge

LANDOVER, Maryland (Reuters) - A U.S. government media event to promote H1N1 school vaccinations on Friday included VIPs, cute kids and a phalanx of television cameras -- but only one in five children at the school had proper parental consent to get immunized.

World

Q+A - How do you know you have the flu?

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Vaccination programs against H1N1 swine flu are under way in the United States, China and Australia and will begin soon in parts of Europe.

World

US flu study confirms H1N1 more serious in youth

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A study of people who became seriously ill and died with the new pandemic swine flu confirms it is hitting a younger population than the seasonal flu and causes often different symptoms.

World

Giving Gardasil to boys not cost effective - study

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Vaccinating boys against the virus that causes cervical cancer and genital warts does not appear to be cost-effective, U.S. researchers said on Thursday.