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Rotavirus Vaccination is Cost Effective and Saves Lives, Analysis Finds: Public Health Watch
Jab could save 600,000 lives, and hundreds of millions in health care costs.
Epigenetics Mediates Sporulation and Pathogenesis in <i>C Diff</i>
DNA methyltransferase, an epigenetic process, has been found to mediate sporulation and pathogenesis in C diff.
Bimodal Release Oral Ondansetron Shows Promise in Phase 3 Study
Intravenous treatment of acute gastroenteritis can be costly and uncomfortable. A phase 3 clinical trial showed positive results for a bimodal release oral ondansetron tablet, finding the drug effective in treating nausea and vomiting.  
FDA Approves RHB-105 to Treat <i>H Pylori</i>
RHB-105 (Talicia) is the only rifabutin-based therapy approved for the treatment of H pylori infection and is designed to address the high resistance of H pylori bacteria to current clarithromycin-based standard-of-care therapies. 
ERADICATE Hp2: RHB-105 Could Fill Treatment Gap for <i>H Pylori</i>
RHB-105 is an “all-in-one” fixed-dose oral capsule comprising rifabutin 50 mg, amoxicillin 1000 mg, and omeprazole 40 mg.
Antibiotic-Resistant <i>H Pylori</i> is on the Rise in Europe
Helicobacter pylori resistance to clarithromycin more than doubled during the past 20 years, according to new research presented at UEG Week Barcelona 2019.
As Hurricane Season Begins, Officials Prepare for Potential Outbreaks
Natural disasters like hurricanes can have implications for public health, including a heightened risk of infectious diseases.
Essential Vaccines by Age Group
As outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases grow, it is important to review vaccination recommendations by age group.
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