Monthly Archives: December 2017

Outbreak of Salmonella Agona infections linked to internationally distributed infant formula – France

Disease outbreak news for an outbreak of Salmonella Agona infections linked to internationally distributed infant formula in France …read more

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Benign fasciculation syndrome: What causes muscle fasciculations?

Benign fasciculation syndrome is persistent muscle twitching, tingling, or numbness in one or more muscles. Learn more about the causes and treatment. …read more

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When to get tested for hepatitis C after exposure

Learn what the window period is for hepatitis C infection, and when someone should consider testing. We look at available tests and when symptoms appear. …read more

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Monkeypox – Nigeria

Disease outbreak news for monkeypox in Nigeria …read more

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    APHL responds to “banned words,” remains focused on CDC’s budget

APHL responds to “banned words,” remains focused on CDC’s budget

By Scott J. Becker, executive director, APHL
Recent news concerning limits on language permissible in CDC budgetary communications has drawn considerable attention in the media. As a longstanding partner of CDC, APHL shares its commitment to science-based work to protect the public’s health and improve its health status. We are heartened by CDC Director Fitzgerald’s […]

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