A medical professional who works as a professor of preventive medicine and infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine said in a recent interview that it's not illegals who are to blame for the recent spread of measles in the ... Washington Times, 2 weeks ago
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Vanderbilt infectious disease experts (L-R) Drs. Thomas Talbot, William Schaffner, and James Crowe, Jr. update U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander on the Ebola crisis. Expert Briefings & More U. S. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), ranking member of the ...Nashville Medical News, 2 weeks ago
CNBC | January 29, 2015 Cases of the measles have risen in the last year. Dr. William Schaffner, Vanderbilt University's medical school, and former pres. Nat'l Foundation for Infectious Diseases, says measles can be imported ...NBCNews.com, 1 month ago Measles Outbreak, Measles Vaccine: Top Questions Answered LiveScience.com, 3 weeks ago Your top questions about measles answered Business Insider, 2 weeks ago U.S. measles tally for 2015 now at 121 cases Science News Online, 2 weeks ago
William Fowle/Northeast University A previously uncultured bacterium, Eleftheria terrae, makes teixobactin, a new antibiotic. Researchers may have found a new antibiotic that bacteria will not become resistant to for decades, according to a new ...Sott.net, 1 month ago Antibiotics Gain Resistance, Researchers Fight Back US News & World Report, 1 month ago New antibiotic found in grassy field proves effective against drug-resistant bacteria Russia Today, 1 month ago
Professor Deborah Steinberg of William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science has been selected as one of the Commonwealth's outstanding faculty members by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). Steinberg , the CSX ...College of William and Mary, 2 months ago
Justin Sullivan/ New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate the flu vaccine was only 18 percent effective against the flu this year, which is down from the 23 percent effectiveness rate the CDC previously reported, ...UnitedHealthcare, 14 hours ago Flu vaccine missed the mark badly this season Metro.us, 1 month ago Flu vaccine only 23% effective so far in U.S. CBC, 1 month ago Universal flu vaccine on the horizon? American Council On Science & Health, 1 month ago
By Brenda Goodman, MAWebMD Health News Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD Feb. 26, 2015 -- It's no secret this year's flu shots didn't work as well as doctors had hoped. But the news got worse Thursday when the CDC revised its estimates of the flu ...WebMD, 2 days ago New Myths About the Measles Vaccine MedicineNet.com, 2 weeks ago Should Vaccination Be a Personal Choice? RxList, 4 weeks ago Universal Flu Vaccine To Be Tested In Clinical Trials Later This Year Medical Daily, 1 month ago
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ATLANTA -- The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted in favor of including the new 9-valent HPV strain vaccine in its recommendations about HPV immunization. And in other votes at the weather-shortened meeting here, ...MedPage Today, 1 day ago
Respiratory viruses are much more likely to cause pneumonia in kids than bacterial infections, according to new research published in the Feb. 26 New England Journal of Medicine. The study, Etiology of Pneumonia in the Community (EPIC), was ...Examiner.com, 2 days ago Viruses Increasingly Behind Child Pneumonia Cases US News & World Report, 3 days ago
Clostridium difficult (C.diff) is a bacterial infection that leads to inflammation of the colon, and is the cause of more than 450,000 infections and nearly 15,000 deaths a year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the ...CleanLink, 2 days ago 'Super Bug' Linked to Antibiotic Use Kills Nearly 15,000 Annually ABC News, 3 days ago
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