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The findings undermine the country's efforts to combat rising antibiotic resistance.
One study hints that infection in children and young adults may affect brain health.
By every metric, this H3N2-dominated season is measuring up as a bad one.
Strains with key drug-resistance genes grew from 16% of samples in 2008 to 68% in 2013.
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