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The tick was found on a manicured lawn and in sunny areas, which differs from other tick species.
The strategy is geared toward using newer data tools and focusing on higher-risk foods.
Flu vaccination during pregnancy may cut a woman's chance of hospitalization by 40%.
Rising tolerance to alcohol-based disenfectants could affect efforts to control spread of Enterococcus faecium.
The cases indicate a need for action to preserve the last remaining effective treatment.
The study dashes hopes that combining piperacillin and tazobactam might help prevent overuse of carbapenems.
A separate paper details ceftriaxone-resistant gonorrhea cases in Australia.
Fluoroquinolone resistance in hospital-onset E coli bacteremia rose markedly.
Protection against the H3N2 strain was 17%—and not statistically significant.
The study involved almost 5,000 women in a country with high vaccine uptake.
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