Infectious Diseases

Latest in Infectious Diseases

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Telehealth Overcomes Distance for Specialty Consultations

Neurology forges a wider path for specialty consulting services using technology.
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Defeating C. Diff in Children

Recent studies provide new data on incidence, antibiotic response, barriers to diagnosis, and promising treatments.
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Boosting Flu Vaccine Safe and Effective for Pediatric Transplant Patients

Investigators examine influenza incidence and vaccine titers in pediatric solid-organ and stem cell transplant recipients.

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Breakthrough Antibacterial Going from Bench to Bedside

Gepotidacin is the tip of the spear in a new class of antibacterials.
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Persistent Sensory Dysfunction Higher in Women After COVID-19

A groundbreaking synthesis of data provides new insight into COVID-19-related smell and taste dysfunction.
Baby getting Rotavirus vaccine

Will Rotavirus Vaccines Evolve?

Vaccine development may evolve with breakthrough laboratory techniques.
Pregnant woman looking at cheese deli aisle

Emerging Culprit in GI Disturbance During Pregnancy

Listeria is being traced to a much wider range of foods.

Virus Researcher James Crowe Turns to RSV Drug Development

A pioneer in the fight against viral disease during the pandemic turns his attention to the spike in respiratory syncytial virus.

Researchers Examine Risks of Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Premature Infants

In-depth characterization of necrotizing enterocolitis yields new data on the burden of sepsis and how to predict those at highest risk.