Annotated Bibliography

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          Aaronson, Becca. “Outbreaks make a case for vaccinations.” New York Times 8 Sept. 2013: A25A (L). Science in Context. Web. 17 Sept. 2013
This website is sponsored by The New York Times and it tells you about a recent outbreak that happen. This article tells you that an outbreak in North Texas that happen recently, and that half of the population there didn’t even know about it. As it goes on it talks about how there a vaccine that people was had to take. It also says that children had to take this before attending public schools again. It’s helpful because it tells you about the recent outbreak up in Texas.
Ezike, Elias “Pediatric Rubella." Pediatric Rubella. Medscape Reference 2011 WebMD, LLC. 13 May.2013.Web. 11 Sept. 2013.
This website is sponsored by Medscape Reference it gives out a couple of good information.  This website gives out digital pictures of graphs that show the number of rubella cases per year, the congenital rubella syndrome cases, and the deaths from the rubella per year. This site also gives a lot of references about rubella, and tells what happen over the year. This website is useful because it helps out by tell what happen recently with this disease, and tells you what happening now with this disease.
Koleva, Gergana. "What Recent Measles and Rubella Outbreaks in Europe Can Teach the U.S." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 02 July 2012. Web. 26 Sept. 2013.
This website is sponsored by Forbes and this shows what the recent outbreaks of measles where and when they were. This article talks about all the recent outbreaks that went down in different country. It had every detail of how it started and how they contained it. This article is important because it shows the past and present outbreaks of rubella. This also shows what you can do to prevent it and when you need to see a doctor.
"Progress toward Control of Rubella and Prevention of Congenital Rubella Syndrome --- Worldwide, 2009." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 15 Oct. 2010. Web. 25 Sept. 2013.
This website is sponsored by CDC and it gives a lot of information. This article tells what the vaccine is to rubella. It also haves a chart to which country and people haves the disease. This is helpful because it describe what it is, how to prevent from getting it, and haves pictures of the places that we’re affected.  This is helpful because it describe what it is, how to prevent from getting it, and haves pictures of the places that we’re affected.   
"Rubella and Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS)." WHO. Clinsero, INC. 25 July 2013. Web. 11 Sept.                        2013.
This website is sponsored by the world health organization, and it gives out some details that may help. This article describes how what and how rubella came to be, and it give out how to prevent yourself from getting it. On the bottom of the page it gives out maps of the places where the virus hit and the percentage of people that died. This is helpful because it describe what it is, how to prevent from getting it, and haves pictures of the places that we’re affected.
"The Rubella Epidemic." American Decades. Ed. Judith S. Baughman, et al. Vol. 7: 1960-1969. Detroit: Gale, 2001. U.S. History in Context. Web. 11 Sept. 2013.
This website is sponsored by U.S. History in Context database and this site has different section in the article that answers some of the question. This article section are titled differently and it tells you what the damage was like, how they identified the virus, which vaccine would work, and how they made the right vaccine to cure people. This article is helpful because it talks about the damages the virus caused. It talks about how it was identify and how they made the vaccine.
"Rubella (German Measles)”Kids Health.org. Nemours Foundation. July 2012. Web. 11 Sept. 2013.
This website is sponsored by kid’s health and it talks about and answers almost every question given. This site gives you what rubella are, what the signs and symptoms are, tells you if it’s contagious or not, how to prevent it, and etc. This site also tells you when you need to call for a doctor and gives you instruction to when you think you have it. This article is helpful because it gives out what rubella are, talks about the signs, and how to prevent it.
"Rubella (German Measles or Three-Day Measles)." Rubella (German Measles or Three-Day Measles). N.P., Jan 2012. Web. 11 Sept. 2013.
This article is sponsored by health government, and it gives plenty of information to answer the questions. The article labels its section down as a question, then talks about it. It talks about what rubella is, who can get it, how it spread, symptoms, how long does it take to for the symptoms to kick in, and etc. This is helpful because as you read down this article every section of it is label and it shows you what you need to answer the question for the project.
 "What Is Rubella? What Are German Measles? What Causes Rubella or German Measles." Medical News Today. MediLexicon, Intl., 18 Sep. 2009. Web. 11 Sep. 2013.
This website is sponsored by the medical news, and it answers some of the question that needs to be answer for this project. This site has different sections which some of them answer and gives great details about them. This site tells me what the signs and symptoms were, what the cause it, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and the complication of the disease. This website is helpful because it gave almost every answer to the question that need to be look up.