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Jan 20, 2016

Jan 20, 2016
Sick man in bed

ACP, CDC advise on antibiotic use for respiratory conditions

The guidance targets antibiotic use for colds and other common ailments.

Oct 29, 2014

Oct 29, 2014
Healthcare worker in Liberia

WHO sees hint of Ebola hope in Liberia as quarantine issue burns

WHO official is "cautiously optimistic" that an apparent slowing of disease activity there is real.

Jan 15, 2013

Jan 15, 2013

Report: Preparedness steps hedge against busy flu seasons

(CIDRAP News) - Low demand for flu vaccine in previous years could limit the supply of vaccine, leaving the nation unprepared for a year when levels are higher, according to a new analysis of flu vaccine trends and policies by Trust for America's Health (TFAH), a nonprofit health advocacy group based in Washington, D.C.

Feb 07, 2012

Feb 07, 2012

Federal advisors propose steps to boost health worker flu vaccination

(CIDRAP News) – Federal vaccine advisors today unveiled proposed voluntary recommendations for increasing flu vaccination in healthcare workers, sparking strong reactions from employee groups who object to language that stops just short of urging mandatory vaccination.

Jul 16, 2010

Jul 16, 2010

IDSA urges mandatory flu shots for health workers

(CIDRAP News) – The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) has formally asked federal health officials to recommend making influenza vaccination mandatory for healthcare workers (HCWs), saying this is probably the best way to protect patients from contracting flu in healthcare facilities.

Sep 10, 2009

Sep 10, 2009

Experts push hard for early seasonal flu vaccination

(CIDRAP News) – Today was the 12th year the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) has held a press conference to discuss its expectations for the upcoming flu season, but discussions were far from routine, reflecting uncertainty surrounding the pandemic flu strain and the complexity of launching two vaccine campaigns.

Aug 20, 2008

Aug 20, 2008

Report: Favorable long-term prognosis for West Nile virus patients

(CIDRAP News) – In the largest study so far on long-term outcomes for patients with West Nile virus (WNV) infections, Canadian researchers have found that prognosis is good, though recovery was slightly longer for those with neuroinvasive disease.

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