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'Alarming' Rise Seen in Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
There are alarmingly high levels of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis in many areas of the world, a new study finds.

'Cruise Ship' Norovirus Bug Can Spread by Air, Study Finds - MedicineNet
WEDNESDAY, May 6, 2015 HealthDay News -- Noroviruses -- those notorious stomach bugs that have infected scores of people and ruined countless cruise ship vacations -- can spread through the air and infect people several feet away, according to new research.

'Good' Bacteria Might Fight Common Hospital Infection: Study
Researchers may have found a new way to combat a stubborn and potentially deadly gut infection: a friendly version of the culprit bacteria itself.

'Kissing Bug' Now Spreading Tropical Disease in U.S. - MedicineNet
Residents of the southern United States may be at risk for a parasitic infection that can lead to severe heart disease and death, three new studies suggest.

1 in 6 Americans Gets Food-borne Illness
1 in 6 Americans Gets Food-borne Illness

1st Dallas Nurse With Ebola Headed to NIH Facility in Maryland - MedicineNet
The first Dallas nurse to contract Ebola after treating a patient infected with the often lethal disease is to be moved to a specialized National Institutes of Health medical center in Maryland, officials reported Thursday.

1st U.S. MERS Patient May Be Released From Hospital Soon - MedicineNet
The man hospitalized in Indiana with the first U.S. case of a potentially fatal respiratory virus that initially surfaced in the Middle East two years ago is improving and could be released from the hospital soon, health officials reported Monday.

2 Deaths, Scores of Potential 'Superbug' Infections at UCLA Med Center
At least 100 patients may have been exposed to medical devices contaminated with a superbug at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, where the devices are already believed to be responsible for seven serious infections, including two deaths.

2 Florida Hospital Workers Who Treated MERS Patient Fall Ill
Two Florida hospital workers who helped treat a man with the second diagnosed case of MERS in the United States have developed respiratory symptoms, according to published reports.

2012 Texas West Nile Outbreak Linked to Mild Winter - MedicineNet
An unusually mild winter and an early appearance of infected mosquitoes may have fueled a deadly outbreak of West Nile virus in Texas last summer, a new study finds.

2nd Ebola Patient To Arrive in United States on Tuesday - MedicineNet
The second of two Americans stricken with Ebola in the West African nation of Liberia will arrive in the United States on Tuesday to begin treatment, according to media reports.

A Lasting Legacy of Science
The Salk polio vaccine trial of 1954 proved a momentous event whose impact is still felt today.

About Pediatrics: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Learn about the symptoms and treatments of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, which can classically include fever, headache, vomiting, and a characteristic rash that usually begins on a child's wrists and ankles.

Acute Rhinosinusitis Empiric Therapy: Empiric Therapy Regimens
Empiric management of a patient presenting with signs and symptoms of acute rhinosinusitis is discussed below, with a focus on supportive therapy, indications for and choice of antimicrobials, and special circumstances related to the pediatric patient, penicillin-allergic patient, risk for antibiotic resistance, failure of initial therapy, an...

Acute Rhinosinusitis Organism-Specific Therapy: Specific Organisms and Therapeut
Acute rhinosinusitis may be defined as inflammation of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses lasting for less than 4 weeks. It is a common ailment encountered in the outpatient setting, affecting close to 35 million people annually.

Add Germ Fighters to College Packing List
Along with their bedding and laptops, college students living away from home need to pack protection against germs, an immunology expert advises.

Aeromonas hydrophila
Read medical definition of Aeromonas hydrophila

African Chimps Carry Drug-Resistant, Human-Linked Staph - MedicineNet
A large number of chimpanzees at two sanctuaries in Africa carry drug-resistant strains of bacteria that could spread to endangered wild ape populations if the infected chimpanzees were returned to their natural habitat, a new study suggests.

Airborne Fungus Expected to Spread in U.S.
Get the facts on infectious disease types, causes, prevention, and treatment, and learn how they spread. Plus, read the latest news on emerging infectious diseases like MRSA, E. coli, flu, and hepatitis.

Airborne Transmission of Ebola Highly Unlikely, Experts Say - MedicineNet
Riding a bus or an elevator full of sniffles, coughs and sneezes is one of the more unpleasant aspects of the flu season.

Airport Screening in West Africa Will Curb Ebola's Spread: Study - MedicineNet
If passengers weren't screened before they boarded airplanes in the Ebola-affected countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, three people infected with Ebola would leave on international flights from any of those West African nations every month, a new analysis predicts.

All People Returning From Ebola-Stricken Countries to Be Tracked
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 2014 HealthDay News -- Public health officials plan to actively monitor all U.S. residents returning home from one of the three Ebola-affected nations in West Africa, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday.

All U.S. Adults Should Get Whooping Cough Shot: Panel
U.S. health experts recommended Wednesday that all adults get vaccinated against whooping cough, an infectious bacterial disease that triggers uncontrollable coughing and is especially dangerous to infants.

American Doctor Exposed to Ebola Admitted to NIH Hospital
Another American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus while working in West Africa was admitted Sunday to a hospital at the National Institutes of Health in suburban Washington, D.C.

American Ebola Patient Gets Appetite Back - MedicineNet
An American doctor infected with Ebola who is being treated at a Nebraska medical center is getting his appetite back, doctors there said.

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