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Findings followed a north-to-south gradient in Europe.
Duration of antibiotics was cut by 2 days in some cases.
Meta-analysis finds that more than a quarter are infected or colonized with antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
A worrisome finding among resistant Salmonella isolates was the Kentucky serovar, of which more than three-quarters were multidrug resistant.
Protection is 36% overall, 25% against H3N2, 67% against H1N1, and 42% against flu B.
Scientists report the first detection of MCR-4, as well as MCR-3 in Denmark and Italy.
Experts made more recommendations about fractional IPV dosing and also discussed issued related to cholera, Ebola, and diphtheria.
The virus caused an outbreak in early February, but it was originally mistakenly reported as H5N8.
For the first time in China, the high-path strain of H7N9 has been detected in live market poultry.
Also, an analysis of H5N2 from a wild Alaskan duck adds more evidence that North American wild birds still harbor the virus.
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