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Racial Factors Impact Trust in the Flu Vaccine
Racial differences in flu vaccine participation sheds light on a larger issue.
Daniel Neides, MD, is in hot water about anti-vaccine comments he made on the Cleveland Clinic's blog.
From observations about butter and questions about acne to findings about flu shots and platypus venom, dozens of fascinating studies came out in 2016 regarding the disease.
A JAMA Pediatrics study concluded that there is no need for changes in vaccine practices in pregnant women.
Recently, researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus discovered high doses of vitamin D helped older, long-term care residents reduce the risk of acute respiratory illness (ARI).
Researchers from the University of Georgia have created a mathematical model in hopes of finding the point at which infectious diseases like Zika explode from an isolated murmur into an outbreak roar.
Recommendations that children with asthma not get live attenuated flu vaccine may not be necessary, researchers found.
As flu strains evolve each year, the latest vaccine guidelines have changed for the 2016 to 2017 season.
A new study from Georgia State University examined the mechanisms by which resveratrol was able to work against Haemophilus influenzae, a major respiratory pathogen. The findings may be of use in developing non-antibiotic treatments for bacterial respiratory infections, and also for COPD and asthma therapies.

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