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Researchers say better communication about antibiotics is needed, and dentists need to be included in stewardship programs.
The observational study found 46% protection but is smaller than an earlier one that showed no protection.
The vaccine protected 78% of newborns from pertussis and 90% from hospitalized cases.
The US total of H3N2v cases would rise to 50 if CDC tests confirm 18 Maryland presumed positives.
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