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News in Brief: Vaccination update for fall quarter

Spring quarter is rapidly drawing to a close, prompting UCR to inform incoming and continuing students about vaccination requirements for the fall. In an...

Biden shows promise that he will finally pull America out of...

After what seems like an eternity of horrible mishandling of the COVID-19 vaccination process by former President Trump, Americans might be able to breathe...

America is sliding backwards on vaccinations

The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases estimates that during the 2017-18 flu season, as many as 80,000 deaths across the United States could be...

Imperfect flu shot, perfect reasons to still get it

  The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) recently published some startling statistics: more than 80,000 people in America died of the flu in the...

UCR-led study finds new approach to vaccinate babies

Ameae Walker, professor of biomedical sciences in the UCR School of Medicine, is developing a new approach to providing vaccines to infants that involves...

What you should expect to see on the 2016 ballot

November 2016 marks the next major election and is set to feature a few new measures and potentially many more to be voted on...

Highlander Newsroom 02/11/15

This week in the Highlander Newsroom, we discuss the anti-vaccination movement and the UC's new policy in response to the measles outbreak, give our...