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Thursday, January 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Some recalled swine flu doses went to Spokane

A swine flu vaccine for young children recalled Tuesday included about 200 doses that were shipped to two Spokane health care providers.

Editorial: Untruths about H1N1 vaccinations run rampant

The myths about the H1N1 vaccine may be spreading more rapidly than the virus itself. Along with the annual suspicions about inoculations come new fears that are also unjustified. Public …

Nation in brief: Tylenol may affect kids’ shots

Giving babies Tylenol to prevent fever when they get childhood vaccinations may backfire and make the shots a little less effective, surprising new research suggests. It is the first major …

North Idaho students eligible for vaccine at school

Students in North Idaho’s public and private schools will bring home permission slips this week to receive the H1N1 flu vaccine at school.

Dr. Gott: Protect against flu; sign up for vaccination

DEAR DR. GOTT: I hear repeated announcements on television that the flu vaccine this year will be in short supply. I’m 78 years old and wonder how serious it will …

Editorial: State should encourage vaccination awareness

With concern being raised across Washington about the availability of vaccine against the H1N1 virus, it’s hard to understand the stubborn lack of enthusiasm in this state for other vaccines …

Even adults need up-to-date vaccinations

Resting now that the kids are back in school? Planning a big trip to Mexico? Starting a new job or going back to school? Before getting too far into your …

Logjam could delay some swine flu shots

Faced with an unexpected delay, health officials are trying to counter new problems with swine flu vaccine production including a logjam at factories that put the precious liquid into syringes.