Health Communication to Boost Influenza Immunization Rates Remains a Priority

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the United States experiences epidemics of seasonal flu each…

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CDC Urges 6 Months and Older To Get A Flu Shot ASAP

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Who should get vaccinated this season? Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu…

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Newly Identified Strain of E. Coli Bacteria Resistant to the “Antibiotic of Last Resort”

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Antibiotics and similar drugs, together called antimicrobial agents, have been used for the last 70 years to…

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Tropical Storms and ZIKA risks – FDA says blood should be tested

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The Food and Drug Administration is recommending that blood banks screen all blood donations in the U.S….

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5 ZIKA Cases Confirmed to be Connected to Miami Beach Area

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GOV. SCOTT: DOH IDENTIFIES ADDITIONAL AREA OF LOCAL TRANSMISSION IN MIAMI BEACH; CLEARS ANOTHER PORTION OF WYNWOOD…

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The State of Zika – A CDC Update on Miami

On August 1 and 4, 2016 the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta held an open conference…

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Business and Personal Travel Safety – Zika and the Summer Olympics Rio 2016

Traveling executives face broad risks as a normal course of conducting international business, ranging from health emergencies…

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Protecting the Public through Common Sense Care

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Norovirus outbreaks are common throughout the food service industry. Restaurants of every size have been threatened by…

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Zika Outbreak: Mindfulness and Caution called for

An obscure virus, known for years and long considered a minor affliction, suddenly spreads and causes hitherto…

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Balancing Travel Bans – Restrictions to Zika-Infected Countries Reduced

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One of the greatest challenges when addressing a novel disease, and especially one with serious consequences, is…

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