Alzheimer’s vaccine targets early and later disease stages November 10, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNA new vaccine against Alzheimer’s targets two proteins involved in the development of the disease in hopes to offer both early and late protection. Researchers zero in on a cure for the common cold November 10, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNScientists at Emory University have developed a vaccine they say may work well in preventing infection with rhinovirus—the top cause of the common cold. CDC announces 2016-17 flu vaccine changes October 11, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNThe CDC reaffirms its decision to pull the intranasal vaccine, but allow vaccination in egg-allergic individuals. Coding, careful planning can reduce vaccine-associated losses October 11, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNPractices that scrutinize vaccine costs and plan ahead may not make much off of vaccinations, but could cut some of their losses. NIH closes in on development of a universal flu vaccine September 12, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNNew research confirms that humans can make antibodies to neutralize several strains of influenza A, according to new study. Study: All celiac patients should get pneumococcal vaccine September 12, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNMore susceptible to community-acquired pneumonia, researchers advise those with celiac disease to get vaccinated. 7 strategies to maintain a successful vaccine programA practice’s immunization program requires constant attention and oversight. Here are seven best practices to consider. Top 5 tips to improve your practice's vaccine processKeep patients—and your practice’s bottom line—healthy with these suggestions for a successful immunization program. How to improve your practice's vaccine procurement processLearn from one practice’s innovative approach to successful vaccine management to improve patient care.