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At least 20% of all primary care antibiotics could be classified as inappropriate.
In addition, Mexico reports two highly pathogenic H7N3 outbreaks in poultry.
Researchers find that 80% of local health department have communication and referral mechanisms between their maternal and child health programs and agency programs, and 78% have access to electronic lab results.
The finding "affords us the opportunity to be aggressive about prevention."
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