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Beat Flu Nov 13
Long term health condition? Pledge to and get your free vaccine this year
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Maia Majumder Nov 16
Phenomenal long read on the 1918 pandemic by author of 'The Great ', John M. Barry (and a sobering reminder of why a universal remains a priority for most folks in the preparedness space):
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Dr. Nadia Alam Nov 16
“Over 300 deaths were attributed to in this year, incl many who were apparently healthy. Tragic as this was in Australia, is this a concern for Canada? The answer is yes.”
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André Picard 2h
Got my flu shot today from a friendly pharmacist. She gave me a sucker cause I didn’t cry!
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ID in Children Nov 15
“Vaccinating children in the ED [against ] may be simpler than anticipated,” Dr. Hart said
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Sylvie Briand Nov 16
surveillance is critical to assess the severity of and . new guidance published
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Dr. Sean Gallagher Nov 12
The flu shot decreases a child's chance of death from by 65%
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مركز الأبحاث Nov 6
vaccines for preventing acute otitis media in infants and children.
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Najeh Ahmad, MD, MPH Nov 15
☀️Cough, and droplets far! 📍Defend with a ! 📍Stay home till no fever for 24hrs! 📍Cover with elbow:
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Michael R. Snyder Nov 13
Panel 1: After hundreds of years of studying virus, we still have no way to accurately predict what strains will emerge and how deadly they will be
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LONGPOP ITN Nov 13
'Pandemias' in (Madrid ) is our 1st event for the of Spanish 1918-2018
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Sanofi Pasteur 12h
" vaccine is the safest vaccine that we have today" Ab Osterhaus, | Roundtable
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Andy Carolan Nov 13
Why whenever I hear the term my brain thinks ?🤔
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Dark Nov 12
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WCVID Nov 14
Fantastic to see so many researchers presenting yesterday for the annual , including Rosanne Barnes & Parveen Fathima discussing , respiratory infections and gastroenteritis
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Jacque Nov 13
Guys, this cough drop is making me so sad right now.
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André Picard 4h
How to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season, by via
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Sylvie Briand Nov 7
the backbone of preparedness Framework is GISRS network of labs sharing viruses 2 inform vaccine composition
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NASciences Nov 9
1/ “Depending on the severity of a season’s dominant virus, the 'return on investment' for vaccination can increase from three to seven times if we factor in how vaccinated individuals indirectly benefit their community by blocking the chain of transmission.”
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NASciences 10h
1/ By increasing vaccination coverage, influenza morbidity and mortality can be reduced, and the corresponding economic impact arising from the direct cost of clinical care for influenza-related health outcomes (deaths, hospitalizations,
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