This review provides an overview of measles, including information on virus basics, clinical picture and diagnosis, complications, vaccine efficacy, and vaccine complications.
This study assesses vaccination coverage rates and factors associated with either incomplete vaccination or exemptions among school-age children in New York State public schools outside of New York City.
This Viewpoint discusses several approaches to increase vaccination acceptance in the United States 1 year after the measles outbreak that originated in Disneyland and has been attributed to parents who chose not to vaccinate their children.
This cohort study examines the effect of human papillomavirus vaccination on the subsequent risk for abnormal cervical cytology results among urban, low-income minority females.
This simulation study using a mathematical model of pertussis transmission assesses whether a priming dose of whole-cell pertussis vaccine is cost-effective at reducing pertussis infection in infants.
This review study found that most practice- and community-based interventions significantly increased human papillomavirus vaccination rates across diverse populations.
This Viewpoint discusses vaccination policy and the debate between protecting individual choice and promoting public health in the context of the current measles outbreak.
Stockwell and coauthors compare fever rates in children receiving trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine and 13-valent pneumococcal vaccine and those receiving either product without the other.
Holman and colleagues systematically review the literature on barriers to human papillomavirus vaccination among US adolescents.
In a matched case-control study with conditional logistic regression analysis, Glanz and coauthors examine the association between undervaccination and pertussis in children 3 to 36 months of age.