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... is an important day for patients, and we are very pleased to arm physicians with ZERBAXA in the battle against Gram-negative bacteria, where few treatment options exist,” said Robert J. Perez,...
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2014/12/19 22:18
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The Baltimore County health department said Friday it is monitoring for Legionnaires' disease at Oakwood Care Center, a 130-bed nursing home in Middle River, after one case was...
2014/12/19 18:47
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The German software company SAP has pledged to hire 650 people with autism by 2020. (Thinkstock) PALO ALTO, Calif. — Pick a date, any date in history, and Joe Cintas can tell you, with only a...
2014/12/19 13:13
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A child with a fever has been admitted to University of Chicago Medical Center to be checked for the Ebola virus after being screened at O’Hare International Airport. The child, whose age and gender...
2014/12/19 12:22
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Co-founder of Zalgen Labs helps develop 15-minute diagnostic test by Virginia Terhune Staff Writer Research scientist Luis Branco of Germantown previously had visited Sierra Leone to battle...
2014/12/19 09:20
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As in other parts of the state, flu activity in and around Knox County has increased markedly over the past two weeks, public health officials say. The amount of influenza circulating seems to be...
2014/12/19 06:13
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To find Andrew Kondoh, walk through the gates of this city's largest cemetery, where teams in moonsuits bury more than 50 bodies in white plastic bags each day. Look for the man with the wispy goatee...
2014/12/19 06:06
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Erin Oliviera watched her son lose the ability to move, breathe and swallow two years ago without anyone being able to figure out why. Lucian is now 3 years old and has partially recovered, his left...
2014/12/19 05:06
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Dr. Adrien Strickland knows how important it is to get a yearly flu shot, which is why the internal medicine physician made sure her 7-year-old daughter got the vaccine this fall. But this week,...
2014/12/19 00:46
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A Chicago nurse says he was suspended from his job for refusing to get a flu shot. Officials estimate that roughly half of all Americans get the flu shot, and Marek Piszczatowski, a nurse at John H....
2014/12/19 00:00
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When people think of indoor tanning, skin cancer usually comes to mind. And while there's certainly a correlation -- more skin cancer cases can be attributed to indoor tanning than lung cancer cases...
2014/12/18 22:15
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... — Its name means “bending over in pain.” It has no treatment or vaccine. Its symptoms resemble Dengue fever. And it has infected more than 1 million people — 155 of them fatally — since...
2014/12/18 20:14
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Fourteen people have been arrested in connection with a deadly 2012 national outbreak of fungal meningitis linked to steroid injections from a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy, including two charged...
2014/12/18 16:47
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NEW YORK — Health officials are celebrating some important victories in 2014, and Time magazine even named Ebola fighters the persons of the year. Nevertheless, this was a black-eye year for public...
2014/12/18 16:47
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It is the first evaluation of the vaccine in long-term care residents, which is the population most vulnerable to flu-related death. The study, published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases and...
2014/12/17 21:39
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So far, 263 cases have been confirmed during "flu season," compared with 125 at this time in 2013, according to the HHSA. No one has died from flu-related causes in 2014 in the region. In 2013, there...
2014/12/17 18:53
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Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter Mainly, it comes down to two factors, experts say. Vaccination rates have declined among children in some parts of the United States, increasing everyone's risk of...
2014/12/17 18:27
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Two strains of avian influenza have been confirmed in wild birds in Washington state, near the U.S. border with Canada, but there is no immediate cause for public health concerns, U.S. agriculture...
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2014/12/17 17:44
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FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Ebola surveillance teams fanned out Wednesday in Sierra Leone's capital to search for sick people, as the president imposed new restrictions on movement and gatherings in...
2014/12/17 16:50
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By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Chronic sleep loss is rampant in America, and work commitment is a big reason why, new research suggests. "Work is the No. 1 sleep killer,"...
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