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Joe Newman Dec 4
We now have two epidemics to be concerned about: the and . Of significance to the pain patient is that can attack areas which were already causing severe pain leaving the pain patient in even more intractable or chronic pain than they already had.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Dec 1
In a letter Brian Hooker and I wrote to the editor of , we outline how the author of a recent paper used a technique called “multicollinearity” to falsely conclude that protect people from .
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🌊 Ocean Catto 🌊 Dec 2
I drew one of my witches OC's while recovering, I think she looks lit! 🥺🌻
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Horizon 2020🇪🇺 Dec 3
The rapid test for developed by HG-nCoV19 test project, led by , is now combined with a test to help healthcare systems manage this cumulative threat during the winter months ❄️
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Helen Branswell 17h
Replying to @HelenBranswell
3. It's still too early to be sure, but activity may be lower this year too, because of mask wearing, hand washing, distancing & less international travel. As one ID doc told me this week, hospitals need this kind of a break; they cannot cope with flu on top of .
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Helen Branswell Nov 30
Replying to @CDCgov
5. Last thing: This chart. You don't normally see something this striking. There hasn't been a pediatric death since May — or at least not yet reported to . That's a blessing.
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Helen Branswell Nov 30
1. Short thread: didn't post its weekly flu update, FluView on Friday because of the holiday. It's up today. Flu activity in the US remains lower than normal at this time of year. This time last year, what would turn out to be a very active/long season was underway.
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Angela Vassallo Dec 3
Sounds like someone on the Biden-Harris COVID Task Force told them what leaders do every year to increase facility vaccine rates: We have the CSuite & key leaders vaccinated in public & share pics to increase staff uptake.
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Saskatchewan Health Authority Nov 28
Remember if you’re coming to the drive-thru COVID-19 testing site today, the entrance is now at Lewvan Dr. and 11th AVE. If you’re coming to the clinic access via the Elphinstone St. entrance near . Please follow the signs for both sites.
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Helen Branswell 17h
Replying to @ECDC_EU
6. Most of Europe is also reporting low activity, according to .
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Minority Health Dec 3
Next week remind friends and family that it’s not too late to during National Influenza Vaccination Week. has resources that help explain the importance of vaccines:
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MetaStar Dec 3
The simple act of washing your hands with warm water and soap can stop the spread of illnesses like .
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Helen Branswell Nov 30
Replying to @HelenBranswell
4. Australia saw almost no in their 2020 season, but it corresponded with lockdowns & a sharp decline in international travel. Will the same happen here this winter? So many people are contracting it's seems clear that if flu is around, people will catch it.
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Complete Care Medical Dec 2
An interesting read about and the
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South Western Ambulance Service Nov 26
Up to 50% of confirmed flu infections have no signs. You could unknowingly spread the virus to friends, family and loved ones.
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NHSKernow Nov 29
Free vaccines for people with a learning disability – let’s spread the word! (not the flu)
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Dr Ronan Glynn 22h
Replying to @ICGPnews
While we await the introduction of vaccines against , we must continue to ensure uptake of other vaccines currently available to us. This year, the children’s vaccine is available for free to all children aged 2-12 years through GPs & pharmacies.
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Andreakos_Lab 58m
Our work at showing an impaired antiviral immune response in -19 compared to is out. Many thanks to all the team!
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Jane Cadman Nov 30
Yay👍🏼well done all
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World Health Organization Western Pacific 6h
As the flu season starts in large parts of the world, many people are asking how they can tell the difference between or the . The answer is that you can’t. The only way to know is by having a quality test administered by a well-trained health professional.
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