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In The News April 2010

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Novel Influenza A (H1N1) Virus
The flu fizzles
Structural basis of preexisting immunity to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza virus
H1N1 swine flu still around, CDC says
Serious kidney injury common in very ill H1N1 patients
Invasive group A Streptococcal infection concurrent with 2009 H1N1 influenza
Which health care workers were most affected during the Spring 2009 H1N1 pandemic?
New Canadian studies suggest seasonal flu shot increased H1N1 risk
Flu expert: Southeast should be on guard because of continued H1N1 flu spread this Spring
H1N1 vaccine rates low in healthcare workers
CDC estimates 24% of Americans received H1N1 vaccine
Millions of H1N1 vaccine doses may have to be discarded
Antibiotic Resistance
Doctors want 10 new antibiotics by 2020
Environmental Health
An introduction to indoor air quality
Bisphenol A (BPA) page
Ergonomic checklist - How does your workstation stack up?
"Going Green"
Three areas where your practice can become "greener"
Earth Day is April 22: Did you know there are 10 things you can do to green your office?
Hand Hygiene
Clean hands
New Study Raises Questions About Foam Hand Sanitizers' Antimicrobial Efficacy
Infectious Diseases
Health care-associated transmission of hepatitis B & C viruses in dental care (dentistry)
Aerosols: New tool against tuberculosis?
Tuberculosis timeline
Pandemic still threat to young, expert says
2010 measles update
Climate change ups infectious disease risks
Study profiles another air-travel hazard: norovirus
Eliminating tuberculosis is still a top health priority
Drug-resistant tuberculosis poses global risk, World Health Organization says
New Guidelines for Diagnosing, Managing and Treating Clostridium difficile
Latex Allergy
Latex allergy

National oral health conference 

Occupational Health
What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Stress, burnout, and renewal activities of dental hygiene education administrators in six US Midwestern States
Patient Safety
Patient safety incidents at US hospitals show no decline, cost $9 billion
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Ten things to know about glove materials
Maximizing protection
Vaccines and Immunology
Prevention: More health care workers got flu shots this season
Joint Commission to offer monograph on Tdap vaccinations
Water Quality
EPA to issue stricter drinking water standards

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