Results for: Vaccination

A crowded, low-income neighborhood in Delhi, India

March 14, 2018

Vaccine Access for Nation’s Poorest Residents Has Massive Impact on Effective Flu Planning

According to the results of a newly published Biocomplexity Institute study, considering the unique health needs of the very poor can increase the accuracy of government planning for major disease outbreaks by as much as 55 percent.

June 23, 2017

Child Safety or Parental Duty: New Study Maps Out Core Concepts in the Vaccination Debate

A new study from the Biocomplexity Institute suggests that the debate around vaccination on social media may hinge more on different understandings of risk, responsibility, and credibility than any particular set of scientific data.

June 01, 2017

Vaccinating Kids Early During Flu Season Could Have Surprising Economic Impact, New Study Suggests

Researchers used a simulated flu outbreak to measure how targeting certain populations for vaccination can benefit society at large.

December 17, 2015

Lowering Flu Season’s Heavy Toll

As year-end activities ramp up, the flu is in full swing. In a season that’s often filled with social and economic pressures, the added price of influenza can be staggering: up to $87B in medical costs and lost productivity according to the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) statistics.