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In The News September 2011
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Antibiotic Resistance
Researchers find antibiotic resistance in ancient DNA
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Emergency Preparedness
A time to remember, a time to prepare: September is National Preparedness Month
Program can help hurricane evacuees document medications
Hurricanes: Health and safety
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Environmental Health
Antibacterial chemical raises safety issues
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Ergonomics
Practical demonstrations of ergonomic principles
Back to basics: Protecting your back from pain, injury
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Hand Care and Hygiene
Hand washing, procedures would save $33B
Discrepancy between self-reported and observed hand hygiene in nurses, physicians
Getting doctors to wash their hands
Wash those hands!
Hand sanitizers may actually cause outbreaks of norovirus
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Infection Control in Dentistry
New infection-control rules take effect in Calif.
Food in the dental setting
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Infectious Diseases
Dangerous TB spreading at alarming rate in Europe: WHO
MMWR: Respiratory Syncytial Virus --- United States, July 2007--June 2011
World MRSA Day event to broadcast live - October 1, 2011
Two more children infected with novel swine flu virus
The global spread of drug-resistant influenza
New movie puts public health, infectious disease in spotlight: Behind the scenes of ‘Contagion'
Cambodian girl dies from H5N1 infection
More children hospitalized with skin infections
 
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Meetings and Conferences
2011 ADA Annual Session: Las Vegas, NV
Hispanic Dental Association Annual Meeting
Greater New York Dental Meeting
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Vaccines and Immunology
Flu vaccine life-saving for pregnant women
Who should get vaccinated against influenza
How to improve influenza vaccination rates in the US
Scientists develop new tuberculosis vaccine
Probe on narcolepsy–H1N1 vaccine link finds genetic risk factor
Vaccine cleared again as autism culprit
Slide show: Healthcare worker flu vaccination
CDC: Flu vaccine for all, again

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