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Residents not up to date on recommended COVID-19 vaccines were at a 30% to 50% higher risk for infection.
The deer was a 2-year-old doe harvested by a hunter in the northwestern part of the county.
Commercial turkey farms in Iowa and Virginia were hit, affecting almost 40,000 birds.
The WHO and its partner organizations say the group will help guide countries in their efforts to monitor antimicrobial use and resistance.
The study shows people with dementia faced continued challenges in care even after the acute phase of the pandemic.
The state will launch a pilot program to test wastewater for flu, hepatitis A, norovirus, and antimicrobial-resistance genes.
The tool tests human and animal healthcare professionals on their knowledge and awareness of antibiotic resistance.
In North America, flu levels are now at or below levels typically seen at this time of the year.
An FDA committee recommends approval of rezafungin for the treatment of candidemia and invasive candidiasis in adults.
The researchers say placentas of pregnant women infected with SARS-CoV-2 should be examined after testing positive.
Virus found in Canadian wastewater samples is linked to a polio case and environmental samples identified last summer in New York.
The trial is evaluating whether a bacteriophage cocktail can safely reduce a bacterium that causes lung infections in cystic fibrosis patients.
US poultry losses have reached a record 58.16 million since the H5N1 outbreaks began in February 2022.
Two fatal cases in children have been linked to consumption of raw date juice.
Draft recommendations from a panel that advises the NIH would tighten oversight of potentially dangerous pathogens.
Moderate to severe COVID-19 from the Omicron variant was nearly three times more likely in women who received no vaccines during pregnancy.
A randomized trial found that antibiotics used to treat Heliobacter pylori infections had lower-than-accepted eradication rates in patients previously treated for COVID-19.
The outbreak of Salmonella has sickened 32 people in 20 states.
The lawsuit challenges the EPA's approval of the antibiotic streptomycin for use as a pesticide on citrus trees.
The most-cited reasons for not getting new COVID-19 boosters were lack of awareness about eligibility and overestimations of their own existing immunity.