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By Frank Jordans The Associated PressGENEVA — The World Health Organization will hold an expert meeting later this month to consider whether the swine flu pandemic's peak has ...
By Mike Stobbe The Associated PressATLANTA — If the U.S. swine flu epidemic isn't over, it certainly looks as if it's on its last legs. While federal health officials are not ...
The Associated PressGENEVA — The World Health Organization has rejected as "irresponsible" allegations that swine flu is a fake pandemic.WHO also dismissed claims ...
By Gene Lavanchy FOX 25BOSTON — Wellesley school officials say several staff members at an elementary school had to be taken to the hospital after being injected with insulin ...
Breakdowns in sanitation, clean water, and housing serve as breeding ground for infectious disease ...
By Mike Stobbe The Associated PressATLANTA — About 1 in 5 Americans have been vaccinated against swine flu, according to the government's first detailed estimates of ...
By Lauran Neergaard The Associated PressWASHINGTON — First there was too little swine flu vaccine. Now could there be way too much?This week will tell. Get ready for a huge ...
The Associated PressATLANTA — Swine flu infections continue to drop and only one state — Alabama — was reporting widespread cases last week.Four states had ...
By Kathryn Gregory Charleston GazetteCHARLESTON, W.Va. — Charleston Area Medical Center employees who do not get the seasonal flu vaccine by the end of the day Friday are ...
By Marilynn Marchione The Associated PressATLANTA — How contagious is swine flu? Less than the novel viruses that have caused big world outbreaks in the past, new research ...
When we look back on 2009 in years hence, we'll have a better idea as to which developments in EMS were positive, and which set our profession back. But first, we'll have to at ...
By Margie Mason and Martha Mendoza The Associated PressLANTANA, Fla. — It started with a cough, an autumn hack that refused to go away.Then came the fevers. They bathed and ...
By Elaine McMillion The Charleston Daily Mail CHARLLESTON, W.Va — While the number of swine flu cases in the state has dropped drastically in the past couple of months, ...
By Alicia Chang The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — More hugs, fewer bugs. Holiday visits have become safer for grandparents thanks to a childhood vaccine that has ...
In a year of swine flu frenzy and mass panic, the number one H1N1 victim was common sense. ...
By Mariylnn Marchione The Associated PressCAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A new Harvard poll finds that concern about swine flu has waned along with the number of new cases being ...
"Think globally and act locally" has been a buzz phrase for years — and it holds particular relevance to EMS operations of today. Learn why it's important for small regional ...
As the world of smart phones and PDAs grow, so do the number of applications to take full advantage of their features. Applications for the public safety realm are no exception and ...
By Mike Stobbe The Associated PressATLANTA — Health officials are recalling hundreds of thousands of doses of swine flu vaccine after tests indicated they may not be potent ...
By Don Finley The San Antonio Express-NewsSEGUIN, Texas — In Seguin last week, state health officials took 3,000 doses of swine flu vaccine to the Knights of Columbus Hall ...