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Weekly Digest: U.S. livestock antibiotic use is rising, while medical use falls; Release of African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for Common Bacterial Infections and Syndromes.
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Comparison of national antimicrobial treatment guidelines in Africa January 13, 2022
Weekly Digest: Sri Lanka’s malaria elimination success can provide insights to malaria-endemic nations in conflict; A One Health approach is needed to mitigate increasing infectious diseases caused by climate change. January 10, 2022
Weekly Digest: Drug resistant parasites and fungi may aggravate antimicrobial resistance; India faced multiple challenges with conducting clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic. January 03, 2022
Weekly Digest: All-cause mortality in Chennai increased by 41% during the pandemic; Accurately tracking current and future coronavirus variants faces many challenges. December 27, 2021
Weekly Digest: MRSA- and MSSA-related septicemia hospitalizations are increasing in the USA; Heterologous vaccination provides protection against COVID-19. December 20, 2021
Weekly Digest: 60% of individuals in Sierra Leone die prematurely; TikTok can impact public health. December 13, 2021
African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for Common Bacterial Infections and Syndromes December 08, 2021
The Pandemic of Rural America: COVID-19 death rates in rural parts of the United States far greater than rates in urban areas since vaccination. Will Omicron continue the devastation? December 07, 2021
Weekly Digest: CoVac-1 completes Phase I trials; Short and long courses of antibiotics equally effective in reducing infection-related hospitalizations. December 06, 2021
Weekly Digest: Deletion mutations may help rapid identification of Omicron; Concomitant COVID-19 and influenza vaccination is safe and effective. November 29, 2021
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