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Peggy Allan, a communicable disease control nurse with Western Health is encouraging people who did not get a flu shot to do so.
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4 hrs ago | Pharmaceutical Processing
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today established a network of five clinical research organizations that will design and conduct clinical studies needed to develop medical countermeasures - drugs, vaccines, and diagnostic tests that help protect health against bioterrorism, pandemic influenza , and other public health emergencies.
8 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
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Micha3 Kolesnikow, economist at the Bank Gospodarki ywnosciowej, has said that he predicts Polish food exports will rise by "only" 5 percent in 2014.
Dr Rekha Ramanath told an inquest in Doncaster she wanted to use an MRI scanner as doctors battled to help 18-year-old Aimee Garnett.
The Alberta government is planning a massive increase in its annual purchase of influenza vaccine, hoping to capitalize on the most recent flu season that saw shortages, long lineups at clinics and record demand for the shot.
A Carmel Valley teen's breakthrough idea has pharmaceutical companies knocking on his door, and now he is in Washington, D.C., to meet with President Obama.
Health Minister Tony Ryall today launched the annual influenza immunisation campaign at Wellington Regional Hospital's high-risk maternity clinic.
Since the late 1990s, doctors and public health officials have been battling the belief , fueled by a discredited study , that vaccines can cause autism.
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich today informed the Health Ministry headed by Juan Manzur this morning received a consignment of 9 million flu vaccines to be distributed across the country and applied for free on high risk groups.
Flu season is expected to continue for the next several weeks in West Virginia, but Shannon McBee, an epidemiologist with the state Bureau of Public Health, said all signs indicate the flu has already peaked for the year.
Many doctors are alarmed at what they are seeing this flu season. The flu is striking Mississippians and it's striking hard, in a demographic that typically tolerates flu well.
Eighty people have died of flu-related illnesses between the start of the influenza season in October and Friday, raising concerns about the prevalence of the virulent H1N1 strain in Greece this year.
Another person died from complications related to the flu last week bringing this year's total of flu related deaths to 12, the state Department of Health announced Thursday.