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Quinn 2h
I've been very productive while dying of !!! I watched an entire season (23 eps, 45 min each) of Real Housewives in 2 days, thanks!!!
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ECDC Apr 20
tops list of burden of disease & disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) w/ 30% of total burden -
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ECDC Influenza Apr 20
continues to circulate in with 26% of individuals sampled testing positive, low or medium intensity reported in all countries and both virus types A & B are co-circulating, with majority being type A . See weekly flu data:
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Infectious Diseases Hub 12h
It's a packed house to hear Colin Russell talk about : "100 years to prepare and we're still not ready"
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Australian Academy of Science Apr 16
2017 was the worst year on record for cases of , causing 745 fatalities. This is why it's so important to get your annual shot. Let's not repeat last year.
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Shirena Apr 17
Staff at are having their flu jabs today. Thanks to Amanda and Tony from Titahi Bay Pharmacy!
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Alessandro Capolongo 20h
No evidence of increased risk of subsequent asthma diagnosis among children younger than 3 years of age who received Live Attenuated Vaccination (LAIV) compared with placebo.
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NFID Apr 17
1918 Pandemic Historic Timeline: 1st mention of influenza appears in an April 5 weekly public health report that informs officials of 18 severe cases and 3 deaths in Haskell, KS via
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JillHennessyMP 6h
With two kids at home & constantly visiting hospitals and patients with my job, I can't afford to get sick. That's why this week I got the flu shot. Get protected this winter - get the flu shot.
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Guy Thwaites 12h
Excellent talk from Colin Russel on next pandemic. Concludes that best preparation is to improve clinical microbiology globally.
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Lady Red Apr 11
Day number 3 since diagnosis and treatment. Do I feel better? I feel like I’ve been doing battle with a super villain. I’m surprised I haven’t gotten stress fractures in my ribs or vertebrae from coughing.
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Kim Rago Apr 17
Hey ! Look what my husband bought me for my 30th birthday. Thought you would approve. Thanks for the book recommendation.
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JillHennessyMP 3h
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thelonevirologist Apr 20
Human in the USA: 36860 (+101) Influenza A/13806 (+189) Influenza B cases with 176 new Influenza related/2480 pneumonia related deaths reported by for EW 15/2018 (14 April)
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Eoghan de Barra Apr 20
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ECDC Influenza Apr 13
continues to decrease in , but levels are still high for this time of , especially since the peak rate for the region was in late January. Read the latest update on flu:
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JillHennessyMP 2h
Getting yourself vaccinated against the flu doesn't only protect you - but those around you as well. And don't forget: from 1 May Victorian children aged between 6 months and under 5 years old will get free flu vaccines.
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Vessel Medical Apr 11
activity continued to decrease, but remained above the national baseline according to the latest FluView report. Be sure to wash your hands to stop germs from spreading!
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Bernd Wollscheid Apr 17
Hot off the the press! HATRIC-based identification of receptors for orphan ligands Next generation TRICEPS technology! Great collaboration inbetween the Carreira, Yamauchi & Wollscheid labs.
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Lady Red Apr 11
Right now I’m one of those needy mofos I can’t stand.
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