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Is a prick and potential flu-like symptoms a small price to pay for as much as 80 percent protection against the nasty influenza virus? We talk to Bay Area residents and infectious disease experts about the pros and cons of this year's vaccines,
He said we did not create this mess'' but said his administration is doing what it can to assist state workers and to allow programs and services to continue. The proclamation signed Wednesday gives the administration more tools to deal with the
I work in Portland and we have medical students, residents, and faculty who are DO's (Doctor of Osteopathy). Before he moved on to be a hospitalist my primary physician was a DO. From my experience there is no difference between an MD and a DO...
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The new influenza which has appeared in China has unique traits, state scientists. It is adept to infect both the nose, giving it the promise to disperse easily, and penetrate deep in the lungs where it determinants pneumonia.
1919 With the war over and the threat of the influenza pandemic waning, the city of Grand Junction gets back to business in 1919...The loss of more than $500 in fruit because of pest damage leads to the establishment of the Farm Bureau, and farmers
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania have developed a new gene therapy to thwart a potential influenza pandemic. Specifically, investigators in the Gene Therapy Program, Department of Pathology and Laboratory
Though seemingly lightweight in comparison to such diseases as cancer or HIV, the common cold or influenza has always been very potent, responsible for as many deaths as, if not more than, deaths from other diseases combined. With its many
Geneva, May 22 (CNA) Taiwan's Health Minister Chiu Wen-ta expounded on his country's achievements in the field of medicine and health, at the World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday. Chiu said that over the past 50 years,
The lonely neurotic at the center of Nathaniel Rich's comically bleak novel, "Odds Against Tomorrow," is nervous for a reason. The recently graduated "quant" is good with numbers and not so good with people, prompting him to come up with