Vaccine hesitancy is a delay in acceptance, or refusal, of vaccines despite the availability of vaccine services and supporting evidence.

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New Study: How Vaccination Impacts Long COVID Recovery

Metabolic health before vaccination determines effectiveness of anti-flu response

Metabolic health before vaccination determines effectiveness of anti-flu response - EurekAlert

More than half of chickenpox diagnoses are wrong, study finds. Vaccination has dramatically reduced cases, making clinical diagnoses tricky.

Vaccination Dramatically Lowers Long Covid Risk

COVID vaccination in female, male partners does not increase risk of miscarriage, study finds

Does COVID-19 Vaccination Cause Changes to Women’s Periods?

Global Study Finds Link Between COVID-19 Vaccination and Menstrual Changes

RNA vaccination in rabbit mothers confers benefits to offspring in the womb

Global maternal Strep B vaccination program could save millions and prevent thousands of deaths worldwide

Getting a good night's sleep could boost your response to vaccination

Sleep and Vaccination: The Critical Connection You Need to Know About

Measles exposure at massive religious event in Kentucky spurs CDC alert. Kentucky has one of the lowest vaccination rates among kindergartners in the country.

COVID-19 Vaccination Linked to Fewer Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Other Cardiovascular Issues

COVID-19 vaccination linked to fewer cardiac events

Financial incentives for vaccination do not have negative unintended consequences

Diabetes Risk Jumps After Covid Infection, Study Finds—Vaccination Seems To Offer Some Protection

US vaccination decline continues: 250,000 kindergarteners vulnerable to measles

An interdisciplinary research team from the University of Basel and the University Hospital Basel has studied the effects of the Covid-19 booster vaccination on the heart muscle. According to their findings, which have not yet been peer-reviewed, mild damage is more common than previously thought.

New Research Links COVID-19 Infection – and Vaccination – to a Debilitating Heart Condition