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In The News June 2011
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Antibiotic Resistance
New measures, legislation aimed at antibiotic resistance: Infections cost millions, end lives
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Dental Office Safety
If an exposure incident happened, would you be prepared?
Who monitors safety of dental materials in your office?
Safety management programs
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Hand Care and Hygiene
Hand hygiene checklist: 5 suggestions for process improvement
Strategies to boost hand hygiene compliance
Healthcare workers disregarding key step in hand hygiene protocol
Poster, easily accessible hand sanitizers may improve hand hygiene in healthcare facility cafeterias
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Infection Control in Dentistry
Dental bib chains pose cross contamination threat
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Infectious Diseases
Three states report new measles cases
The global resurgence of infectious diseases
Tuberculosis
Measles cases in the US highest in 15 years
New type of MRSA in hospitalized patients probably of animal origin
MMWR: Update: Influenza activity --- United States, 2010--11 season, and composition of the 2011--12 influenza vaccine
MMWR: HIV surveillance --- United States, 1981--2008
Atlanta hospital employee exposed hundreds to tuberculosis
MMWR: Measles --- United States, January--May 20, 2011
US measles cases reported in 2011 highest since 1996
Redefining influenza "pandemic”
Early HIV treatment an effective -- but costly -- prevention method
Doctors advised to be on alert for vaccine-preventable diseases
 
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Meetings
APHA 139th Annual Meeting & Exposition
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Occupational Health
Individual counseling improves hand eczema in health professionals
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Vaccines and Immunology
Gates and UK pledge $2.3 billion for vaccines for poor
Post pandemic flu shots hit all-time high
Better vaccines could save 6.4 million: studies
Scientists envisage vaccines for malaria, TB, HIV/AIDS by 2020
Community vaccinators in the workplace
Preteens and teens still need vaccines
Two doses of mumps MMR vaccine better than one: study

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