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  1. Arrival of flu vaccine stocks delayed by a month as world health...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2015 | Daily Mail

    Arrival of flu vaccine stocks delayed by a month as world health experts decides to include strains that caused spike in deaths in Europe and U.S. Fears for two new strains of influenza, which caused a spike in deaths in Europe and the United States, will see the arrival of an improved vaccination on Australian shores. Stocks of the influenza vaccine are arriving a month later than expected as scientists have included protection against Influenza A strain H3N2 and Influenza B strain B/Phuket.


  2. Johnny Becomes a Big BrotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | CNN

    Johnny met his little brother Austin at the height of the swine flu epidemic on the day before Thanksgiving 2009. Because of the epidemic, Johnny was not allowed back in the patient rooms or nursery.


  3. U of G Researchers Create Tool to Predict Avian Flu OutbreaksRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2015 | The Ontarion Newspaper

    A simple and effective portable tool to predict avian flu outbreaks on farms has been created by University of Guelph researchers. U of G researchers devised a real-time way to analyze chickens and other farm birds for avian flu.


  4. Five Jordanians die from swine flu this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2015 | Al Bawaba

    A Hamas supporter wears a protective mask against swine flu at a rally in Gaza City on December 14, 2009. The ministry has registered 130 cases of H1N1 flu and five related fatalities since the beginning of 2015, the Health Ministry said Sunday, adding that that there is no need to panic as it is "well-prepared" to deal with new cases.


  5. Saving lives by making malaria drugs more affordableRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2015 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Forty percent of all malaria-caused deaths in sub-Saharan Africa occur in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria, according to the World Health Organization. The private sector "supply chain" manages 74% of the drug volume in Congo and 98% in Nigeria where malaria-stricken patients rely on "drug shops" and other for-profit retail outlets to get life-saving medicine.


  6. Thousands of people could die from new superbugs: UK reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    London: Up to 80,000 people in Britain could die in a single outbreak of an infection due to a new generation of superbugs, according to an official UK government forecast. In total, some 200,000 people would be infected if a strain of disease resistant to antibiotics took hold, according to official forecasts which reveal the potential casualty toll for the first time.


  7. When to Consider the Use of Antibiotics in the Treatment of 2009 H1N1 ...Read the original story

    Apr 5, 2015 | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. We are now facing a pandemic caused by an epidemiologically distinct, novel virus, the 2009 pandemic influenza A virus , against which few persons born since 1970 have antibodies.


  8. Jordan reports fresh 5 fatalities from swine fluRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    Jordanian Health Ministry said Sunday five fatalities were reported from the H1N1 influenza strain known as swine flu since the beginning of 2015, the state-run Petra news agency reported. Deifallah Lozi, the ministry's secretary general, said about 130 cases of the influenza were registered since the beginning of this year including those who died.


  9. Captivating graphic shows how viruses can spread so quicklyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | Silicon Alley Insider

    When you hear about an outbreak of a new virus in another country, do you often wonder where it will hit next? Thanks to new tools that make it easier for scientists to track the spread of disease, we may one day be able to predict - with far better accuracy - where an outbreak will travel before long before it arrives. This graphic, from the Northeastern University Laboratory for the Modeling of Biological and Socio-Technical Systems , tracks some of the possible pathways an infectious virus could take if it were strong enough to spread across the globe.


  10. Swine flu claims three lives in MaharashtraRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | Big News Network.com

    Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states.


  11. Protect against more strains of fluRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | The Mercury

    Protection from four strains of the flu virus will be available for the first time this winter but it's not subsidised by the government and patients will have to pay a lot more to get it. And the fourth strain of influenza covered by the new vaccine protects is currently accounting for just three per cent of flu cases worldwide.


  12. Expat medical fees may riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Arab Times

    KUWAIT CITY, April 2: Ministry of Health's Assistant Undersecretary for Legal Affairs Dr Mahmood Al-Abdul Hadi has confirmed the formation of a committee to review the fees that expatriates currently pay for various medical services, reports Al- Nahar daily. Hadi clarified Minister of Health Dr Ali Al-Obeidi has the authority to increase fees for medical services without consulting the Ministers Council as per Law Number 1/1991.


  13. Government Initiatives for Updated Vaccine Development Drives the...Read the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | PRWeb

    Government Initiatives for Updated Vaccine Development Drives the Global H1N1 Vaccines Market, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc. GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on H1N1 Vaccines. The global market for H1N1 Vaccines is forecast to reach US$4.9 billion by 2020, driven by WHO recommendations to include the strain in all trivalent and quadrivalent influenza vaccines, and research initiatives focused on developing vaccines to prevent pandemics.


  14. TeradataVoice: In Times Of Social Crisis: When Being Counted MattersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Forbes.com

    Teradata helps companies get more value from data than any other company. Our big data analytic solutions, integrated marketing applications, and team of experts can help your company gain a sustainable competitive advantage with data.


  15. QED Disinfection of Future Public Transportation in Hong KongRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | PR Log

    QED induced UV-C radiation produced in heated nano-coated surfaces of handrails and grab poles in future train cars and buses offers the Hong Kong Government a simple and permanent way to continuously disinfect SARS and other infectious viruses PRLog - April 2, 2015 - PITTSBURGH -- Background Today, infectious diseases including SARS and H1N1 continue to haunt Hong Kong. SARS stands for severe acute respiratory syndrome and H1N1 for human swine flu virus.


  16. The Painful Tweet: Text, Sentiment, and Community Structure Analyses of Tweets Pertaining to PainRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | Journal of Medical Internet Research

    Despite the widespread popularity of social media, little is known about the extent or context of pain-related posts by users of those media. We used content analysis of pain-related tweets from 50 cities to unobtrusively explore the meanings and patterns of communications about pain.


  17. Number of swine flu victims reaches 57 people in TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | Trend

    The number of swine flu victims has reached 57 people in Turkey, the Turkish Milliyet newspaper reported citing the health ministry April 2. The swine flu, or A/H1N1, was detected in late March 2009 in Mexico, the US and Canada, where the first death cases were registered. Back in April 2009, the World Health Organization announced a swine flu pandemic, gradually raising the level of threat.


  18. Serological survey of canine H3N2, pandemic H1N1/09, and human...Read the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Virology Journal

    Key Laboratory of Animal Epidemiology and Zoonosisof the Ministry of Agriculture, College of Veterinary Medicine and State Key Laboratory of Agrobiotechnology,, China Agricultural University, No. 2 Yuanmingyuan West Road, Beijing 100193, China Background The close contact between cats and humans poses a threat to public health because of the potential zoonotic transmission of influenza viruses to humans.


  19. A host transcriptional signature for presymptomatic detection of...Read the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | CiteULike

    There is great potential for host-based gene expression analysis to impact the early diagnosis of infectious diseases. In particular, the influenza pandemic of 2009 highlighted the challenges and limitations of traditional pathogen-based testing for suspected upper respiratory viral infection.


  20. Hope Van has served Adams County for 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | People's Defender

    The Hope Van is well known throughout this county since it has traveled many miles over the roads and stopped in the towns and villages to offer medical and social services. Carolyn Work RN-C PNP-C and Nancy Darby of Adams Brown Counties Economic Opportunities, Inc. wrote a grant to assist in fulfilling this dream.