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[pandemic, H5N1, influenza] HEDDS Update -...
This message is from the HEDDS-News mailing list. National HPAI Early Detection Data System (HEDDS) Update Wednesday, April 29, 2009 This email contains text only. To view map and for easy-to-read formatting, go to: http://wildlifedisease.nbii.gov/documents/national%20hpai%20early%20detection%20data%20system%20(hedds)%20sample%20totals%20update%20apr%2029%202009.pdf **Note: After 30 days, this...
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[pandemic, preparedness, influenza, sciencing]...
Dear Clinic Planning Model users: If you would like any assistance with developing models (like those generated by the Clinic Planning Model Generator) for planning your response to the swine flu outbreak, please contact us. This includes planning PODs, the distribution of medication to health care facilities, or similar problems. We are standing by to help where we can. Sincerely, Jeffrey W....
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[Updates, pandemic, influenza] Infections With a...
Subscribe to the feed to get breaking news from US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention MMWR RSS Feed How to Add MMWR RSS feeds Learn More About RSS Update: Infections With a Swine-Origin Influenza A (H1N1) Virus United States and Other Countries, April 28, 2009 Since April 21, 2009, CDC has reported cases of respiratory infection with a swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus (S-OIV)...
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[influenza, pandemic, libraries] The National...
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 14:12:03 -0400
Dear WISER Users:
FYI, the National Library of Medicine has several new web pages on swine flu:
Comprehensive resource for health professionals
on Federal Response, International Resources,
Genetic Sequence Information, PubMed Searches,
Veterinary Resources and Información en Español
Swine Flu - MedlinePlus
Information for the general public, patients,
family members and caregivers. From MedlinePlus.
Gripe porcina - MedlinePlus
Spanish-language version for the general public. From MedlinePlus
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[pandemic, influenza, CDC] MMWR Drug...
MMWR RSS Update: Drug Susceptibility of Swine-Origin Influenza A (H1N1) Viruses, April 2009 As of April 28, 2009, viruses from 13 (20%) of 64 patients in the United States infected with swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus (S-OIV) have been tested for resistance to antiviral medications. To date, all tested viruses are resistant to amantadine and rimantadine but are susceptible to oseltamivir and...
[pandemic, influenza] HealthMap: Events of...
Subject: Events of International Significance Dear Colleagues, As many of you have probably heard the United States has declared a public health emergency to deal with the new emerging swine flu virus. At this time, there are at least 20 cases in five states (CA, TX, KS, OH, and NY) within the US. Canada has confirmed 6 cases, and Mexico has had over 1000 cases with at least 60 deaths. The World...
[fws-alaska-news] U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 11:10:15 -0800 List-Subscribe: , Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release: April 27, 2009 Contact: Bruce Woods 907/786-3695 email@example.com Anchorage, Alaska From the remote islands of the Aleutians in thee south to Kotzebue in the north, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will undertake 88 construction, energy efficiency, habitat...
[pandemic, H1N1] Swine flu outbreak declared...
Swine flu outbreak declared ‘public health emergency’ By Tracy Wilkinson and Thomas H. Maugh II Mexico reports 1,300 suspected cases, including as many as 81 deaths, and takes steps to quarantine and forcibly treat patients. The U.S. confirms 11 cases, with eight more suspected. http://hlthenvt.tumblr.com for Grassroots Science Edublogging, FYI Sci.TEK teachers Biocultural Science...
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[environmental change, sovereignty, Melt Rush] -...
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[archaeology, community planning] How Room Designs...
How Room Designs Affect Your Work and Mood from Scientific American In the 1950s prizewinning biologist and doctor Jonas Salk was working on a cure for polio in a dark basement laboratory in Pittsburgh. Progress was slow, so to clear his head, Salk traveled to Assisi, Italy, where he spent time in a 13th-century monastery, ambling amid its columns and cloistered courtyards. Suddenly, Salk found...
[preparedness, health, evolution] New Strain of...
From: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) [mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 1:58 AM
Subject: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Daily Digest Bulletin
New Strain of Swine Flu in Two Children in California
Neither child had contact with pigs; the source
of the infection is unknown. The lack of known
exposure to pigs in the two cases increases the
possibility that human-to-human transmission of
this new influenza virus has occurred.