C. Difficile Infection 
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Increased Incidence of C difficile in Travelers Returning Home
C. difficile infections in travelers returning home could be a cause of travel-associated diarrhea.
A decline in infection cases has stagnated in recent years.
Disposable commode pails reduced C. difficile infection rates by nearly a third after 1 year in 1 hospital studied.
C. difficile infections are linked to medications regularly prescribed to children.
DNA fingerprinting shows C. difficile may be spread through the food source.
Researchers may have stumbled upon a potential new treatment for C. difficile.
Patients with C. difficile are urged to avoid gastric acid suppressants.
Why do some patient care settings have higher rates of C. difficile infection?
Researchers studied the costs associated with various C. difficile treatments.

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