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Displaying items by tag: Vaccination

Intelligent workforce management Humanforce launches a software solution to assist businesses in managing complex workplace vaccination issues and help organisations communicate effectively their policies.

Published in Business IT

If you've had your two COVID-19 vaccine jabs in Australia and want a simply way to prove your vaccinated status and inject yourself with a sense of confidence, iPhone and Android owners will be happy to know it's effortlessly easy.

Published in Home Tech

With the world currently undergoing one of the largest and most complex vaccination campaigns in history, it's not surprising to find scammers and sellers on the dark market eager to make a profit off the process.

Published in Health

Healthcare software provider HealthEngine has released its new Patient Appointment Management System (PAMS) for pharmacies, and TerryWhite Chemmart's chain of more than 450 pharmacies will be the first to roll it out.

Published in Business Software

Given the continuing COVID-19 outbreaks and fluctuating restrictions in Australia, security firm Avast is “urging individuals and businesses to be aware of the cyber threats around QR codes and potential COVID-19 vaccination online scams.”

Published in Security

Dana Lewis and Zui Dighe were named today winners of Red Hat’s Women in Open Source award for their altruistic work in collaborative and open healthcare.

Published in Open Source

Twelve years after now-discredited research first proposed a link between early-childhood vaccinations and autism; courts have finally rejected the claim outright.

Published in Biology

In London on January 28th The General Medical Council announced its findings from a "Fitness to Practice" Panel Hearing investigating Dr Andrew Wakefield and others.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 02 December 2009 19:37

Aspirin, acetaminophen may hurt flu vaccines

According to research by the University of Missouri, vaccines such as those for the H1N1 flu virus (Influenza A  virus) may not be as effective if over-the-counter drugs, such as aspirin and Tylenol, are taken regularly.


Published in Health
Thursday, 06 August 2009 18:28

Vaccinations - no, they don't cause autism

Today, a Dick Smith funded advertisement appeared in The Australian warning parents that the Australian Vaccination Network is wrong in its claims of various toxins in vaccines.  A formal complaint regarding the behaviour of the AVN has also been lodged with the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission.

Published in Health

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