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Mon, 23 Oct 2017 00:04:40 GMT

Irish Times

Vaccines may struggle as new flu strains emerge
Irish Times
The Health Service Executive is bracing itself for a winter flu crisis, following signals that existing vaccines may be unable to cope with new strains emerging in Australia and China. The HSE is scaling up an intensive vaccination campaign targeted at ...

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Fri, 12 Jan 2018 06:19:54 GMT

Newser

Cyberbullying blamed for Australian child model's suicide
Newser
This photo taken in 2009 and provided by Akubra Hats, shows Amy "Dolly" Everett in Brunette Downs in the Northern Territory, Australia. Hundreds of people are remembering Dolly who was known as the angelic face of the Australian bushmen's hat brand and ...
Dolly Everett: Mourners gather to remember girl following suicide over alleged bullyingABC Online
Petition · App Store, Google Play: Ban apps like Sarahah where my daughter was told to “KILL HERSELF · Change.orgChange.org

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Sun, 30 Jul 2017 20:25:41 GMT

The Conversation AU

Pig-hunting dogs and humans are at risk of a disease that can cause miscarriages and infertility
The Conversation AU
A disease called swine brucellosis is emerging in New South Wales, carried by feral pigs. Endemic to feral pigs in Queensland, and sometimes infecting the dogs used to hunt them, it can be transmitted to humans through blood contact with infected pigs ...

Fri, 25 Aug 2017 00:04:20 GMT

ABC Local

Crocodile health checks all part of the job of keeping animals in captivity
ABC Local
They have been around for millions of years but even saltwater crocodiles need a health check once in a while — certainly those in captivity anyway. But how do you give a 3.6-metre saltie the once-over? Check-ups on the Territory Wildlife Park's ...

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 12:00:50 GMT

Courier Mail

Opinion: Australia can not ignore threat of biological terrorism
Courier Mail
He referred to a briefing document by Animal Health Australia that lists 60 biosecurity threats from equine virus to swine fever – and anthrax. “Anthrax continues to be uncommon in Australia, and clinical cases of the disease are seen only sporadically ...

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 09:10:14 GMT

NEWS.com.au

Swine flu or H1N1 virus sweeping across Australia
NEWS.com.au
Young females from adolescence to their mid-forties are more susceptible to the flu and are more likely to get a severe case because the virus can interact with female hormones, Dr Hampson says. “Women are more likely to be diagnosed because they will ...

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Thu, 24 Aug 2017 13:12:31 GMT

Clinical Advisor

Influenza A virus transmitted from swine to humans at agricultural fair
Clinical Advisor
A total of 18 human outbreaks with influenza A (H3N2) virus occurred in 2016 after individuals were exposed to influenza-infected swine at 7 agricultural fairs in Ohio and Michigan, according to a report published in Emerging Infectious Diseases ...

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Sat, 13 Jan 2018 18:22:30 GMT

Sentinel-Standard

5 Things to know about this season's deadly flu
Sentinel-Standard
Flu season in the U.S. typically starts in October and ends in May, peaking between December and February. 2. This season's flu vaccine is likely to be less effective than in previous years. U.S. flu experts say they won't fully know how effective this ...

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Fri, 08 Sep 2017 11:40:13 GMT

The New Daily

Fast-mutating flu prompts calls for more immunisations
The New Daily
Meanwhile, the number of laboratory-confirmed flu virus infections began rising earlier than usual. A young Victorian father who died on Father's Day only days after complaining about a “bug” is the most recent victim. A 14-year-old Queenslander ...

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Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:53:40 GMT

JSTOR Daily

The Flu Pandemic of 1918, As Reported in 1918
JSTOR Daily
At the time, medical authorities scrambled to combat the disease and its spread. Reviewing medical and scientific journals from a century ago offers up a fascinating window into a global medical crisis that burst out from the disasters of the First ...
Public Health Response to Severe Influenza | Public Health Grand Rounds | CDCCDC

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