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Outbreaks of STEC O157:H7 Infections Spring Up in the US & Canada
Researchers are investigating outbreaks of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli in the United States and Canada, which may be linked to contaminated romaine lettuce.
<i>Contagion</i>®'s Top 10 Infectious Disease Articles of 2017
Check out the top 10 infectious disease articles of 2017.
The 10 Biggest Infectious Disease Outbreaks of 2017
We’ve rounded up the 10 biggest infectious disease outbreaks of 2017.
Cancer Mutations Triggered When Immune System Fights HIV?
According to a new study, when combatting viruses such as HIV, several enzymes in the immune system may malfunction and cause cancer-related mutations.
Nurses Can Play a Bigger Role in Antibiotic Stewardship Programs
A recent webinar hosted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and nursing organizations highlighted the important role of nurses in implementing hospital antibiotic stewardship programs.
Top Lyme Disease News of 2017
It was a big year for Lyme disease on Contagion®, with coverage of advances in early testing and other diseases that may be linked with the disease, to a panelist of experts debating the existence of chronic Lyme disease in our first-ever Peer Exchange® panel.
Taking A Closer Look at Shingrix: The New Shingles Vaccine
The only way individuals can reduce their risk of getting shingles is to get vaccinated; luckily, a new vaccine has recently been approved by the FDA.
States Reporting Widespread Flu Nearly Doubles in One Week
Despite low flu vaccine effectiveness during Australia’s recent flu season, one new report indicates that the vaccine should be much more effective for the United States this season.
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