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Doctors Suggest Celiac Disease Patients Get Pneumonia Vaccine
Patients suffering from celiac disease have higher odds of developing pneumonia if they haven’t received the pneumococcal vaccine.
What’s being described as a “research trifecta” is making waves in effort to find a vaccine for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Researchers suggest that acute otitis media rates during a baby’s first year have declined in recent years.
Researchers applied a new technique to investigate the hepatitis C virus (HCV) genome, and gained insights into the extreme mutability of the virus.
Flu vaccinations appear to be more effective when given in the morning as opposed to the afternoon.
There has been no official statement on the cause of Prince's death, but there have been reports that he was ill with the flu.
A report from the NAS suggests that the elimination of hepatitis B and C as a public health problem is possible, but that time and considerable resources will need to be devoted to stopping the transmission of the disease and treating all those who are infected.
The flu vaccine may reduce the risk of stillbirth, suggests new research from the Western Australia Department of Health (WA Health).
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