CDC recommends MenB, HPV vaccines for adults February 18, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNThe CDC has updated its adult immunization schedule, with changes to pneumonia vaccine recommendations, as well as new options to fight MenB and HPV. Vaccine could prevent Alzheimer’s-inducing plaques February 18, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNUC San Diego researchers are testing a new vaccine that they think could help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Study: Early flu shots better for healthcare providers January 28, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNAlthough a late flu shot is better than none, a new study out of Mexico reveals that healthcare workers who received early flu shots lost less time at work. Online tools can help PCPs aid patients traveling abroad January 28, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNFind out how you can help your patients get the protection they need from domestic vaccine-preventable diseases or diseases that pose an international threat. Flu vaccine could also protect from pneumonia December 09, 2015By Leah LawrenceA new study finds that the risk for hospitalization for influenza pneumonia could be reduced through the influenza vaccine. Improvement in adult vaccination rates still needed December 09, 2015By Leah LawrenceRacial and ethnic disparities exist when it comes to the five vaccines routinely recommended for adults, a new study finds.