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Booster Shot

The first report by an underwriter recommending that investors buy a new issue of a security. A booster shot intends to make the new issue more attractive to investors.
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Two weeks since the program was launched, only 199,426 out of the 2.5 million Grade 1 students have been given the measles-rubella vaccine while only 270,618 pupils have been administered the tetanus-diphtheria booster shot.
Sickly both in December and all of 2001, compared with same periods a year earlier, the Retail ROP Index did get booster shots administered by the Drug Stores category during the same time frames.
Time-released vaccines (pills or sprays designed to release vaccines slowly) may soon eliminate the need for booster shots.
If they have received preexposure rabies prophylaxis in advance, these persons are advised to take booster shots of vaccine; otherwise, they are advised to take both antirabies globulin as well as the full vaccine treatment.
I summoned every breath of the Force possible and swiftly lifted a screaming John David from beneath the chair, on to my lap and the nurse popped his little biceps with the booster shots.
Philosophy Booster Shots costs pounds 38 from Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Sephora at Merry Hill.
This means that people are getting booster shots when their immunity levels most likely do not require it.
"To enable this, we want to make it easier with something we call booster shots. For example, we envision company grade officers will take a pre-squadron officer school class that will look at Air Force doctrine, personal communication skills, and group and team leadership dynamics."
Where many cultures enjoy a leisurely breakfast before work and perhaps even a lunchtime nap, to meet the demands of their Fast New World Americans have adopted the morning latte and the afternoon frappachino, with booster shots of expresso in between."
Yet award-finalist author and pet lover John Clifton logically and rationally argues against so-called conventional wisdom, such as vaccinating against diseases that pets will never be exposed to (like Lyme disease for a pet that does not live in or won't travel to an area infested with it) or the use of annual booster shots. Chapters discuss how vaccines work, the health detriments to over-vaccination such as increased risk of pet cancer or curtailment of the pet's immune system's ability to naturally fight off diseases, factors to keep in mind when deciding when the proper time is for a booster shot, and much more.
Following a December voluntary recall of Haeomphilus influenzae type b conjugate vaccines because of concerns about sterility, federal health officials have advised parents and caregivers to delay scheduled Hib booster shots for 12- to 15-month-olds.
The placebo-controlled study, consisting of a prime vaccine and three booster shots, was conducted in more than 16,000 Thai citizens who were HIV negative at baseline.