With tag: h1n1
NH Average In Swine Flu Vaccination Rate
New Hampshire's public health director says he is pleased with the
state's swine flu vaccination rate but there is room for improvement.
Nutrition Taxes And Labeling
By Jane Lindholm
Should we tax junk food and soda? Should menus have calorie counts? We talk with UVM nutritionist Rachel Johnson about food and nutrition issues. Also, an update on the H1N1 virus, and a group of singing librarians!
Swine flu vaccine delayed to some NH providers
New Hampshire health care providers have begun administering the swine flu vaccine, though some are still waiting for shipments they expected earlier this week.
Some Vt. flu clinics canceled
Some Vermont flu shot clinics are being postponed or canceled because of a delay in shipments of the seasonal flu vaccines.
Swine flu vaccine due in NY next week
New York State will get its first doses of swine flu vaccine next week, with many reserved for health care workers, some of whom oppose the mandatory inoculations.
Barre added to flu forum location list
Vermont state officials are gearing up for a forum on flu preparations Tuesday in Rutland, and have added Barre to the list of locations where similar events will be held.
NH releases swine flu vaccination plan
Pregnant women, young children with medical conditions and health care providers who have direct contact with patients will be the first people vaccinated against swine flu in New Hampshire.
Swine flu identified at Williston school
case of the H1N1, or swine flu, has been identified in a Vermont school. A student at Allen Brook School in Williston was confirmed to have to flu on Monday.
Two more cases of swine flu in Vermont
Health Department says two more cases of swine flu have been confirmed in the
state, including a second at Rutland High