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More than 200 non-antibiotic drugs inhibited growth in at least 1 strain of gut bacteria.
Though many flu markers are declining, hospitalizations are still inching up, as expected in the latter part of the season.
New European avian flu detections include H5N6 in Sweden and Ireland, H5N8 in Italy, and low-path H5N3 in France.
With some multidrug-resistant bacteria, having infectious disease consults cut death rates 52% to 59%.
The finding "affords us the opportunity to be aggressive about prevention."
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