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  • Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine Gets a Thumbs Down from ACIP
  • First Cholera Vaccine Approved by the FDA
  • Law Prohibiting Minors from Buying OTC Cough Medicine Gains Traction
  • AMA to Lobby Congress to Lift Ban on CDC Gun Violence Research
  • AMCP Recommendations Seeks to Improve the Exchange of Healthcare Economic Data
Yellow fever is a viral disease produced by mosquitoes, and is widespread in sub-Saharan Africa and tropical South America. Responsible for approximately 200,000 cases of clinical disease globally, the yellow fever virus also causes 30,000 deaths annually. Clinical disease ranges from mild febrile illness to severe disease with jaundice and hemorrhage.
  • FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Greater Access to Generic Abuse-Deterrent Opioids
  • Morbidity, Mortality Greatest in Patients Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes at a Young Age
  • Preconception Lifestyle Choices Linked to Early Pregnancy Loss
  • The International Risk for Ebola Spreading Now Low, WHO Says
  • Active Commuting Independently Associated with Healthier Body weight
  • High-Cholesterol Foods May Not Increase Risk for Coronary Artery Disease
  • New Liquid Biopsy Detects NSCLC Biomarkers
  • Marijuana Use Associated with Worse Verbal Memory, Has No Effect on Other Cognitive Domains
  • FDA Reveals Exhaustive Opioid Policy Changes
  • New Due Date Calculator Application Replaces Pregnancy Wheel
  • Passive Smoke Exposure Associated with Obesity, Poorer Cognition in Children
  • Advocate Health Care to Own and Operate Retail Clinics at 56 Walgreens Locations
  • FDA Approves 3 Oral Barium Sulfate Products for Adults and Pediatric Patients
  • Link Exists Between Off-Patent Drug Price Increases and Shortages
  • The Little Clinic Celebrates Reaching 4 Million Patient Visits Milestone
  • Aerobic Fitness in Late Adolescence Associated with Risk for Early Death
  • United States Still Facing Challenges in Improving Care for Patients with HIV
  • FDA Proposes Safety Measures for Use of Tanning Beds
  • Nurse Reuses Syringes, Jeopardizes Injection Safety at New Jersey Clinic
  • AMP Increases Exceed Inflation Factor Applicable to Brand Name Drugs
  • Runners Prefer Cheap or MidRange Running Shoes Over Expensive Ones
  • Immunotherapy for Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Safe, Long-Lasting
  • Antibiotic Resistance Extensively Misunderstood, WHO Survey Reveals
  • LABA Combination Not Superior to Tiotropium plus ICS in Black Patients with Asthma
  • Number of US Retail Clinics Will Exceed 2800 by 2017
  • Retail Clinic Use Linked to Fewer ED Visits, Low Healthcare Costs
  • 1 in 5 Pediatricians in the United States Dismiss Unvaccinated Families
  • Prescription Use Significantly Higher Now Than a Decade Ago
  • Children with Asthma Living in Low-Income Areas Benefit from Home Remediation
  • Walgreens Boots Alliance to Acquire Rite Aid
  • Children’s IQ Not Linked to Breastfeeding
  • Bed-Time BP Novel Therapeutic Target for New-Onset Diabetes
  • Older Patients with Multimorbidities at Higher Risk for Cognitive Impairment
  • Diagnostic Errors Persist in the United States
  • CDC Reports on Vancomycin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Strain
  • Pediatric Patients with HIV Vaccinated for MMR Still Lack Immunity
  • New Blood Test Predicts Clinical Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease Risk
  • Overhydration Should Not Be Ignored in Athletes
  • Pharmacists and Physicians Can E-Prescribe, Dispense Controlled Substances
  • Chantix Not Linked to Depression, Heart Risks
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