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In The News May 2011
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Antibiotic Resistance
Bacteria go dormant to hide from antibiotics
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Emergency Preparedness
Federal preparedness advisers approve disaster research recommendations
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"Going Green"
Is your office environmentally responsible?
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Guidelines
CDC issues updated norovirus guidelines
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Hand Care and Hygiene
The right rub
Washing with contaminated soap increases bacteria on hands
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Infection Control in Dentistry
Aerial dispersal of blood-contaminated aerosols during dental procedures
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Infectious Diseases
Scientists see breakthrough in the global AIDS battle
More progress needed to prevent urban tuberculosis in the US
Researchers make computerized proteins that can block flu virus
Why measles found new life in US
Screening for hepatitis B may be cost effective for more of the population
Hepatitis C cases rising among Massachusetts youth
Studies lead to better understanding between oral cancer and HPV
Measles outbreak underscores need for continued vigilance in health care settings
MRSA in the dental office
TB in the United States    A snapshot: 2010
 
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Latex Allergy
Cucumber anaphylaxis in a latex-sensitized patient
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Meetings
Annual OSAP Symposium
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Occupational Health
Joint protection
Hand health
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Vaccines and Immunology
Record flu vaccine production expected again this year
FDA approves Sanofi's intradermal flu vaccine
Late-season CDC survey shows flu vaccination gain
National HIV Vaccine Awareness Day May 18, 2011
Earlier flu shot better for pregnant women: study
UN spotlights role of immunization in saving lives worldwide
FDA approves meningococcal vaccine for infants, toddlers
Vaccine effort targets 41 million in Americas

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