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Every day, teens are infected with hepatitis B virus: Be sure you're vaccinated against this disease. Updated June 2006.

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Waterborne Illnesses

This CME/CE course by Sussan K. Sutphen, MD, MEd offers an excellent overview about water and sanitation disease.
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Inert Ingredients Petition

The petition asks EPA to change its regulations regarding pesticide labeling. Currently, very few "inert" ingredients are identified on pesticide labels. The petition asks EPA to require label identification of all inert ingredients that EPA has identified as hazardous.
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Worker Protection Standard

The EPA webpage with detailed information on WPS.
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FDA licenses new vaccine for prevention of cervical cancer and other diseases in females caused by Human Papillomavirus

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National Pesticide Medical Monitoring Program

Provides informational assistance for clinicians in the assessment of human exposure to pesticides.
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National Pesticide Practice Skills Guidelines for Medical & Nursing Practice

This NEETF publication outlines the knowledge and skills that health professionals need to have about pesticides. This document is part of a national initiative aimed at ensuring that pesticides issues become integral elements of education and practice of primary care providers. English and Spanish
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PAN Pesticide Data Base

One-stop location for current toxicity and regulatory information for pesticides. Easy access to reporting guidelines for each state.
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Medical Management of Tuberculosis: An Online Presentation

Online audio-based course. 30-minute lecture, by Dr. Karen Smith, covers general principles of TB treatment, drugs used to cure TB, alternative regimens, monitoring, and potential adverse reactions to therapy. Approved for 0.5 CEU contact hrs (Category 1 CME/Nursing CE) credit.
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CDC posts updated provisional ACIP recommendations for adults and children, March 13, 2006

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PATH'S Rotavirus vaccine program newsletters and other resources

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New: Two more excellent thimerosal resources from Dr. Paul

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Multi-state Mumps Outbreak (April 14, 2006)

The state of Iowa has been experiencing a large outbreak of mumps that began in December 2005 (1). The majority of cases are occurring among persons 18-25 years of age, many of whom are vaccinated. Additional cases of mumps, possibly linked to the Iowa outbreak, are also under investigation in eight neighboring states, including Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and Wisconsin.
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HPV Vaccine fact sheet

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CDC Reports on worldwide progress toward interrupting wild Polio transmission during 2005-06

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Mumps-Multistate Update may 2006

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Immunization Update, June 2006

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FDA licenses new vaccine to reduce older American’s risk of shingles, May 26, 2006

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Eye Injury Fotonovelas

Rural Women's Health Project designed this series of fotonovelas as a reinforcement of eye care safety, including injury prevention and emergency treatment health messages.
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Recruitment and Retention Self Assessment Tool

The Health Center Recruitment and Retention Effectiveness Review (RRER) instrument is designed to support on-going recruitment and retention of qualified clinical staff at health centers.
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