Results from an umbrella review of observational studies showed highly suggestive or suggestive evidence for HIV and the presence of several physical health outcomes.
New, more toxigenic strain may explain recent increase in scarlet fever activity in England.
The last 4 reported hepatitis A outbreaks during 1995 to 2009 were due to individual water systems.
Social media sites aim to counter the spread of antivaccination misinformation.
Focusing on interventions that address high-risk sexual behaviors and injection practices may reduce HIV transmission rates among individuals who are HIV-positive and inject drugs.
Evidence on intervention effectiveness in improving uptake and retention of mothers and infants in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission care in HIV regimens is lacking.
No new measles cases have been reported in the city since mid-July.
Lower CD4 count, nonsuppressed viral load linked to higher risk for sudden cardiac death in HIV with heart failure.
Infant nontoxigenic and toxigenic C difficile colonization may be linked to humoral immune responses that can provide protection against C difficile infection later in life.
898 confirmed, probable mumps cases reported in adult migrants detained in 57 facilities.
Dozens of communities at high or moderate risk for Eastern equine encephalitis.
Elderly patients with HIV who have cancer, and specifically breast and prostate cancer, may have worse outcomes when compared with elderly patients without HIV with cancer.
Four European countries have lost their status as having eliminated measles.
Autopsy data trends include increase in prevalence of atherosclerosis, drop in opportunistic infections.
MS patients advised to follow all local vaccine standards except in case of specific contraindications.
Investigators of this study sought to compare the efficacy of a community health nursing intervention vs standard of care to improve self-management of pelvic inflammatory disease.
Smallpox the only human disease to ever have been wiped out.
255 cases of infection identified in 32 states; infections linked to consumption of soft cheese, beef.
Investigators analyzed the relationship between HIV, hepatitis C virus, and peripheral artery disease in women.
If vaccination rates continue to drop, considerable increase in potential outbreak predicted.