Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) was first identified in California is 1968. It is one of more than 100 non-polio enteroviruses. The virus can cause mild symptoms such as fever, runny
In the first ten seconds of being submerged, a child can inhale enough water to cause symptoms of near drowning (Schmitt, 2010). Therefore, water safety is extremely important throughout the
Recap on Influenza Season
Influenza viruses are constantly changing. Each year experts pick the virus strains to be included in the vaccine that they anticipate will predominate during the given
It’s Flu Season!
Seasonal flu activity may begin as early as October and can occur as late as May (CDC, 2012), so it’s important to get vaccinated early! Here are a
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