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News-Medical-Net
New $6.25 million NIH grant to help investigators launch research center to slow and stop HIVA new five-year, $6.25 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NI
New $6.25 million NIH grant to help investigators launch research center to slow and stop HIV
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 hours ago
A new five-year, $6.25 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help investigators from Northwestern University, the University of Chicago and others across the city of Chicago work together to slow and stop HIV. The funding,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
area universities get funds to fight cancer, HIVNorthwestern University on Monday said it received an $11.7 million grant from
area universities get funds to fight cancer, HIV
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
Northwestern University on Monday said it received an $11.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to further its research on cancer treatments. The school's Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence will use the funding to continue its... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Chicago High School Student Diagnosed With MumpsA St. Ignatius College Prep student has been diagnosed with the mumps, school o
Chicago High School Student Diagnosed With Mumps
NBC Chicago / Posted 6 days ago
A St. Ignatius College Prep student has been diagnosed with the mumps, school officials announced Tuesday. The Chicago Department of Public Health confirmed the case was a Chicago resident. It is the seventh case of mumps in the city since January,... Read more
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NBC Chicago
City to Spray Mosquito-Killing Insecticide Wednesday NightCity public health officials will spray insecticide on the West and Northwest s
City to Spray Mosquito-Killing Insecticide Wednesday Night
NBC Chicago / Posted 13 days ago
City public health officials will spray insecticide on the West and Northwest sides Wednesday night to kill adult mosquitoes in an effort to combat the West Nile virus. Weather permitting, the spraying will start at dusk in parts of Austin,... Read more
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Perth Now
What you need to know before you eat outSOCIAL media posts about your upset belly or last night’s dodgy kebab are the l
What you need to know before you eat out
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
SOCIAL media posts about your upset belly or last night’s dodgy kebab are the latest weapons used by health authorities to stamp out outbreaks of food poisoning. Officials in the US are scouring social media platforms like Twitter and the business... Read more
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Herald Sun
The next time you to eat out, read thisSOCIAL media posts about your upset belly or last night’s dodgy kebab are the l
The next time you to eat out, read this
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
SOCIAL media posts about your upset belly or last night’s dodgy kebab are the latest weapons used by health authorities to stamp out outbreaks of food poisoning. Officials in the US are scouring social media platforms like Twitter and the business... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What you need to know before you eat outSOCIAL media posts about your upset belly or last night’s dodgy kebab are the l
What you need to know before you eat out
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
SOCIAL media posts about your upset belly or last night’s dodgy kebab are the latest weapons used by health authorities to stamp out outbreaks of food poisoning. Officials in the US are scouring social media platforms like Twitter and the business... Read more
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iol.co.za
Tweet, tweet, you’re illOne of the biggest hurdles to halting foodborne illness outbreaks is spotting t
Tweet, tweet, you’re ill
iol.co.za / Posted 18 days ago
One of the biggest hurdles to halting foodborne illness outbreaks is spotting the source of the problem – and spotting it quickly. More often than not, by the time authorities recognise an outbreak of salmonella, listeria or any of the other... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Roaches, sewage and open wounds, oh my! Maxim's fails health inspectionMaxim's Restaurant in the Loop is on its fifth day of mandatory shutdown after
Roaches, sewage and open wounds, oh my! Maxim's fails health inspection
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 21 days ago
Maxim's Restaurant in the Loop is on its fifth day of mandatory shutdown after the Chicago Department of Public Health uncovered a slew of health code violations, including a cockroach infestation and backed-up sewage seeping out of several... Read more
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Government Computer News
Predictive analytics helps Chicago prioritize restaurant inspections Chicago is using predictive analytics to better ensure food safety for city r
Predictive analytics helps Chicago prioritize restaurant inspections
Government Computer News / Posted 22 days ago
Chicago is using predictive analytics to better ensure food safety for city residents and visitors. The new system, built by the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) and... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
WGN-TV Kids FairThe 14th annual “WGN-TV Back-to-School Kids Fair” will be held Friday, August 7
WGN-TV Kids Fair
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 25 days ago
The 14th annual “WGN-TV Back-to-School Kids Fair” will be held Friday, August 7th, 6-9am at the WGN-TV Studios, located at 2501 W. Bradley Place in Chicago. The WGN Morning News crew will broadcast live from the event. The free fair will feature... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Chicago sees steep increase in HPV vaccine rates for teensThe Chicago Department of Public Health says 78.1 percent of Chicago females re
Chicago sees steep increase in HPV vaccine rates for teens
SaukValley.com / Posted 29 days ago
The Chicago Department of Public Health says 78.1 percent of Chicago females received the first vaccine dose during 2014. That’s up from 57.6 percent in 2013. Department officials say 52.6 percent of Chicago females received all three doses in 2014,... Read more
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WAND TV 17 Decatur
Chicago sees steep increase in HPV vaccine rates for teensCHICAGO (AP) - Chicago public health officials say there's been a record increa
Chicago sees steep increase in HPV vaccine rates for teens
WAND TV 17 Decatur / Posted 29 days ago
CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago public health officials say there's been a record increase in the percentage of teens who have received the HPV vaccine. The Chicago Department of Public Health says 78.1 percent of Chicago females received the first vaccine... Read more

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