THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

Milwaukee Health Department confirms four mumps cases

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Second U.S. MERS case identified in Florida

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UAB begins fungal meningitis study

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Computer model increases effectiveness of Republic of Benin vaccination program

A team of researchers recently used modeling software to aid West Africa's Republic of Benin in determining how to bring more lifesaving vaccines to its children. Read More »

Antimicrobrial taskforce releases first progress report

The first Transatlantic Taskforce on Antimicrobial Resistance (TATFAR) progress report was released on Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the European Commission. Read More »

Study shows same MRSA bacteria circulates in both humans and pets

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WHO report finds traffic-related injuries deadliest for adolescents

A recent study conducted by the WHO examined the top causes of death and illness among adolescents worldwide. Read More »

WHO participates in teleconference on MERS-CoV

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Research team discovers link between HIV treatment and malnutrition

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OpGen launches screening test to identify antibiotic-resistant genes

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Researchers use cellphone data to track malaria in Namibia

A joint British-Namibian project recently used mobile phone data to identify malaria "hotspots." Read More »

Shingles vaccination poses threat to patients with high shingles risk

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Florida Department of Health continues surveillance after MERS infection

The Florida Department of Health said on Thursday that it is continuing to monitor the possible spread of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV). Read More »

Dr. Basel Khatib named Michigan Childhood Immunization Champion

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) named Dr. Basel Khati the Childhood Immunization Champion for Michigan on Tuesday. Read More »

Rhode Island lifts widespread flu declaration

The Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH) announced on Wednesday that the declaration of widespread flu there had been lifted. Read More »

Sabin Vaccine Institute issues statement on New York Times schistosomiasis article

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CDC confirms Illinois man likely contracted MERS from Indiana patient

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UNAIDS calls for increase in efforts to find HIV vaccine

The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) called on May 18, HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, for an increase in global efforts to find an effective HIV vaccine and to accelerate progress towards ending the AIDS epidemic on May 18. Read More »

Sanofi announces results of phase II C. diff vaccine

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World Health Organization opens 67th annual assembly

The World Health Organization opened its 67th annual assembly on Monday in Geneva. Read More »