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In our last post, we discussed the common cold, which we think is the culprit for laying up Mr. Family Trivium for a couple of days last week. 465 more words

Seasonal Influenza Therapeutic Pipeline Review 2015

(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 23, 2015 ) Dallas, TX — This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Seasonal Influenza, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA)… 7 more words

What pet parents should know about the dog flu

ROCHESTER, Minn. – The recent outbreak of canine influenza in Wisconsin and Illinois have local pet parents panicking. Several dog deaths attributed to this virus have been reported… 271 more words


Man flu relief 

It’s cold and flu season here in Melbourne and well today I spotted this on Facebook and I have not laughed so much in a long time, so just had to share.


Learning Forum Webinar: How UpToDate Responds to Infectious Disease Outbreaks

Learn how UpToDate responds to infectious disease outbreaks with the most current content.

When an outbreak like H1N1 influenza (“swine influenza”), Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or the more recent Ebola virus, becomes a public health concern, UpToDate rapidly develops content to provide clinicians with the most relevant and timely information. 72 more words


Glenfiddich Inn by Alan Geik

This is a fascinating read. From the first page the author’s use of rhythm, dialog and manners of speech lures the reader into the beginning of the twentieth century, a time of great change in the world. 353 more words


Comparing Ebola to the "flu": What you dont know

So today in my immunology class we covered infectious diseases and notable diseases that came up were ebola, HIV, Hepatitis C, and Influenza. Ebola is a virus that many of us have heard of wither from the radio or on the tv. 792 more words