The Vaccine Page Home Search Site Index
NewsWhats NewSite TipsSubmit vaccinesorg.gif (1438 bytes)
Sites by Country
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Official Sites
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Country Flags

Sites by Category
For Adults
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)AIDS
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Other Diseases
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Travel
For Parents
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Health
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Diseases
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Travel
For Practitioners
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Alerts
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Diseases
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Travel
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Trials
For Researchers
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Associations
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Centers
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Epidemiology
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Immunology
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Medical
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Pediatrics
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Advocacy
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)Associations
blkbullet.gif (65 bytes)International



Site Tips

Site Index

If you would like to see, all at one time, just what the contents of The Vaccine Page include, go to our Site Index. (And if you have had any trouble navigating on our site, you can click on any link in that index to go directly to any page you wish.)


Besides our expanding navigation bar, The Vaccine Page provides several ways of searching its pages. On the front page, there is a Quick Search box in which you can enter a keyword and have all references to it called up for you very rapidly. Or you can click on Enhanced Search and go to our Search Page, where you can search by keyword, by concept, or in advanced search mode. Documentation for Excite for Web Servers is available from that page.

Submitting URLs

If you would like us to consider a URL for addition to our pages, just go to our Submit URL page and fill out the brief form. The only required fields are the URL itself and your brief description of the site.


Hypertext links used anywhere in these pages are checked regularly for timeliness and accuracy. In addition, recommended links are annotated: if they call up a page that has been so designed that it is unreadable without loading graphics, we warn readers of that fact.

Our assumption is that most of the time, most of our readers are seeking information; they need it as quickly as they can get it. Downloading text from the source to your computer is noticeably faster if graphics are not loaded. Here is how that is easily accomplished with the two most popular Web browsers:

  • Using the Netscape browser, click on Options. If Auto-Load Images has a checkmark before it, click there to remove that mark. If you are using versions of Netscape earlier than 3.0, click on Save Options. With newer versions, when you close your browser, options will save automatically and future browsing sessions will not autoload images.

    To load images once a text page is on your screen, click on Images in the toolbar, or click on View and then on Load Images.

  • Using Microsoft Internet Explorer, click on View and then on Options. If Show Pictures is selected, unselect it by clicking on the X in that box. Then click on OK at the bottom of the page. Future sessions will not autoload images.

    To load images once a page is on your screen, reverse this process. Once Show Pictures is selected, click on Refresh in the toolbar to reload the page, this time including the images. (Then be sure to unselect Show Pictures once again before closing Explorer, or your next session of browsing will be a good deal slower.)

Employing these tips will make your use of The Vaccine Page much more efficient and enjoyable.



Questions or comments concerning this web site?
Please send e-mail to the

Copyright 1998-2004 UniScience News Net, Inc. All rights reserved.