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In The News September 2012
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Dental Office Safety
FDA issues guidance on dental CBCT
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Dental Unit Waterlines
Dental unit waterline management: historical perspectives and current trends
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Ergonomics
Ergonomics: The science for better living and working
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Hand Hygiene
Daily disinfection of isolation rooms reduces contamination of healthcare workers' hands
National survey finds Americans lax in handwashing habits
Virtual nurse to promote hand hygiene
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Infection Control in Dentistry
Massachusetts dental public health program directors practice behaviors and perceptions of infection control
Study: Many bib clips harbor bacteria after disinfection
Patients' perception of cross-infection prevention in dentistry in Jordan
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Infectious Diseases
Whooping cough concern
West Nile epidemic on track to be deadliest ever: CDC
Patient and provider acceptance of oral HIV screening in a dental school setting
Tuberculosis, drug resistance, and the history of modern medicine
"Sunshine" vitamin D found to speed tuberculosis recovery
New virus tied to ticks poses puzzle for doctors
First death is reported from new pig flu strain
H3N2v and you
Infections among homeless could fuel wider epidemics: study
Tropical diseases: The new plague of poverty
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Meetings and Conferences
ADA Annual Session
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Occupational Health
Occupational health issues of oral health care workers in Edo State, Nigeria
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Patient Safety
AHRQ patient safety project reduces bloodstream infections by 40 percent
Patient safety tool: Toolkit for colored wristbands
Project taps engineers, families for hospital safety
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Personal Protective Equipment
What kind of eyewear should you be wearing?
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Vaccines and Immunology
Private school vaccine opt-outs rise
Study: Few pediatric adverse events tied to 2009 H1N1 vaccine
National Council on Aging urges older adults to get their annual flu shot
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Water Quality
Tap water used in Neti Pots tied to rare, fatal brain infection
Ethiopia: Safe water critical to health of HIV-positive people
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