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Patients with morning appointments more likely to get flu vaccine

Patients with morning appointments more likely to get flu vaccine
September 14, 2018
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Aerosol sampling could detect new flu viruses in live bird markets

September 11, 2018
Researchers used bioaerosol samplers to detect influenza A viruses at a large live poultry market in Vietnam and said the method could be deployed as a noninvasive early…
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Study finds influenza vaccine may be more effective in females than males

September 7, 2018
Data from seven recent influenza seasons in Canada showed the influenza vaccine may be more effective in females than males, according to study findings published in…

Passengers, crew of quarantined plane test positive for flu, other viruses

September 7, 2018
Some passengers and crew members aboard an Emirates airline flight from Dubai that was quarantined at a New York City airport on Wednesday tested positive for influenza…
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HIV Curbside Consults – Volume II: Switching Antiretroviral Therapy after Virologic Failure

This activity is supported by an educational grant from ViiV Healthcare.

Designing a new antiretroviral regimen for a patient who has experienced virologic failure can be a complex situation…
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Q&A: NFID director discusses vaccine research, ways to address hesitancy

August 1, 2018
WHO estimates that vaccines avert 2 to 3 million deaths from diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and measles worldwide each…
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