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Nearly a year after being separated, formerly-conjoined twin sisters got a special send-off at the hospital where they had the life-changing surgery. Scarlett and Ximena Hernandez-Torres were celebrated by the staff at Driscoll Children's Hospital in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Monday night as their family prepared them to finally head home after nearly two years being treated or getting rehab there, hospital officials said. The girls were born in May 2015 and were rushed to Driscoll Children's Hospital as newborns because they were conjoined. They have been either patients at the hospital or living nearby for rehab for virtually their entire lives. The hospital and the girls' family had a celebration on Monday to say goodbye before the move back to the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. “We are delighted that the twins are doing great," Dr. Haroon Patel, a pediatric surgeon who helped separate the girls, said in a statement. "We are happy that they are going home to their loved ones, and will miss taking care of them here in Corpus Christi Buy Viagra Online" PHOTO: Scarlett and Ximena were born conjoined at the waistDriscoll Childrens Hospital Scarlett and Ximena were born conjoined at the waist During their going-away party, the girls got to play on a special playground at the hospital and spend time with the doctors, nurses and other medical staff who treated them when they were still conjoined and also after the surgery as they went through rehabilitation. Conjoined Infant Twins Separated After Long Surgery What to Know About Influenza Before Peak Flu Season PHOTO: The sisters are finally preparing to go home after spending their lives close to the Driscoll Childrens Hospital.Driscoll Childrens Hospital The sisters are finally preparing to go home after spending their lives close to the Driscoll Children's Hospital. "Since discharge from Driscoll Children’s Hospital, the children have been seen multiple times per week by physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech pathology staff," Susan T. Fields, director of rehabilitation services at Driscoll Children’s Hospital, said in a statement Monday. "They have progressed well and are learning how to navigate their world as independent toddlers Buy Viagra Online" The girls will still be seen at satellite clinics closer to their home, hospital officials said. The girls were born joined at the waist, sharing a colon and bladder, according to the Driscoll Children's Hospital. They were born as triplets with a third sister who is not conjoined -- a 1 in 50 million occurrence. Scarlett and Ximena were separated last April during a 12-hour surgery with dozens of medical personnel present during the operation, according to hospital officials. Doctors used a special scanner called a "spy camera" during the surgery to understand the complicated blood flow between the girls and help them stay healthy during the long ordeal. Additionally, doctors used a 3-D model from a specialized MRI, designed to help them map out the surgery. The girls' mother, Silvia Hernandez, said through an interpreter last year that she could already see the girls' personalities coming through. "Scarlett likes to dance, sing and she smiles a lot," Hernandez said. "Ximena is most of the time sleeping but she smiles a lot Buy Viagra Online"

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While children in the U.S. are often required to be current on their vaccinations or receive a special waiver in order to attend public school, there is no requirement for adult vaccinations, despite several diseases that continue to present dangers. Public health officials have long struggled to bring adults in the U.S. up to date on vaccines. "Vaccinations are not just for kids," Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, told ABC News. "There are any number of vaccines that are targeted to adults. We can do a much better job to deliver these vaccines Buy Viagra Online" Officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's advisory committee on immunization practices released new recommendations for hepatitis B, influenza and HPV vaccines today as part of its annual vaccination guidelines. Drug Overdose Deaths Drive Increase in Number of Organ Donations Canada Approves Prescription Heroin to Combat Opioid Crisis What the Future Holds for Youngest Double Hand Transplant Patient Among the possible reasons the report cited for low vaccination coverage among adults in the U.S. were "competing priorities with management of patients' acute and chronic health conditions, lower prioritization of immunization for adults compared with other preventive services, and financial barriers to providing vaccination services to adults Buy Viagra Online" Not surprisingly, adults who had health insurance were more likely to be up to date on their vaccination coverage. Immunization rates for people with health insurance were two to five times those for people without health insurance. The CDC found that another barrier to vaccine coverage could be physicians themselves. It reported that approximately 25 percent of internists felt age-based vaccination recommendations for adults were difficult to follow. Additionally, 29 percent reported that vaccine recommendations based on medical condition were difficult to follow. The advisory committee recommends using amplifiers — including patient reminders, recalling patients who have missing vaccines and having alerts in electronic medical records — to improve immunization coverage for adults. Schaffner said he hoped additional funding to help adults afford vaccinations, especially if they don't have health insurance, could be implemented on a national level in order to improve vaccination rates. "The population, with the exception of the influenza vaccine, doesn't think about vaccines for adults very often," he said. "These are important to you, and most of these are communicable diseases Buy Viagra Online" Among the changes to the CDC's recommendations this year are updates on administering the hepatitis B, HPV and flu vaccines. For the HPV vaccine, the CDC now recommends only two doses five months apart, if started before age 15. If the vaccination is started after age 15, then three doses are recommended. To protect against meningitis, healthy adults are now recommended to have only two — not three — doses of the serotype B meningitis vaccine. However, three doses are recommended in cases of meningitis outbreaks or if a person is at increased risk for contracting the disease. For those with chronic liver disease or liver enzymes that are at worrying levels, the CDC now recommends receiving the hepatitis B vaccine to protect the liver from infection. Finally, the CDC recommends using the common injection flu vaccine, not the nasal mist, which was found to be less effective in studies.