The varicella vaccine protects against the disease, a disease of viral origin, often during childhood and very contagious.
The varicella vaccine is given by injection when children are between 12 and 15 months old. Then they receive a booster jab) to extend protection when they are between 4 and 6 years.
Children older than 6 years who have not yet turned 13 or have had chickenpox, you can also manage two doses of vaccine, spaced by a minimum interval of 3 months.
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All-optical data memory: ultra-short light pulses make the GST material change from crystalline to amorphous and back. Weak light pulses read out the data.
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Introduction to matlab
MATLAB programming language is developed by MathWorks. It started out as a matrix programming language where linear algebra programming was simple. It can be run both under interactive sessions and as a batch job.
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The studies examined how heterosexual mate preferences differed according to a person’s gender, age, personal income, education and appearance satisfaction.
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This is a prototype of the magnetic field human body communication, developed in Mercier’s Energy-Efficient Microsystems Lab at UC San Diego, consists of magnetic-field-generating coils wrapped around three parts of the body, including the head, arm and leg.
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For the first time, sound waves are used to control brain cells. Salk scientists developed the new technique, dubbed sonogenetics, to selectively and noninvasively turn on groups of neurons in worms that could be a boon to science and medicine. So far, sonogenetics has only been applied to C. elegans neurons but the method may also work in humans.
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In 1990, child and maternal malnutrition and unsafe water, sanitation, and lack of hand washing were the leading risks for death, but these have now been replaced by dietary risks and high blood pressure.
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Peter Ford Dominey and the robot Nao, study of developmental robotic cognition. Instead of using pre-established plans, the robot can learn in real time through direct interaction with a human.
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