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Addressing antibiotic resistance
H1N1 vaccine tied to small Guillain-Barre risk
Flu tests miss many cases, U.S. CDC confirms
Some measures won't help prevent flu pandemic: report
New flu "unstoppable", WHO says, calls for vaccine
New flu may not spread like regular flu
Parkinson's drugs show promise in resistant TB
WHO chief identifies "warning signs" of severe flu
WHO says H1N1 virus is stable, not yet mutating
"Something different" happening with new flu: CDC
WHO declares first 21st century flu pandemic
WHO on verge of declaring H1N1 flu pandemic
WHO puts off giving advice on pandemic vaccines
Regular flu vaccine little help against new strain
WHO's Chan "will not shy away" from pandemic alert
Focus on children best way to stop flu bugs: study
Health authorities ready to limit flu drug use
What's in a cough? 20,000 viruses
U.S. has more than 2,500 H1N1 flu cases
Swine Flu Cases Worldwide Exceed 2,300
Mexico breathes easier in flu epidemic
No Signs of Sustained Global Spread of Swine Flu
Swine Flu and Travel: What Should You Do?
Experts Say Panic Over Swine Flu Is Premature
U.S. confirmed swine flu total rises to 91: CDC
WHO says possible swine flu pandemic may be mild
7 Countries Have Confirmed Cases of Swine Flu
Swine Flu FAQ
Drug and vaccine makers on standby over swine flu
Deadly new flu strain erupts in Mexico, U.S.
Measles may protect kids against allergies
Health Tip: Do I Have a Cold or Flu?
Respiratory virus common in U.S. children: study
Serious infections rising in U.S. children: study
Highly resistant bacteria common in ER workers
Google search engine flags flu activity in U.S.
Cold virus on home surfaces transferable to fingers
Cold viruses activate killer genes, study finds
No proof circumcision cuts gay male HIV risk: study
"Elite" HIV wife may hold secret to AIDS vaccine
Meditation slows AIDS progression: study
Drugs add 13 years to average life of HIV patient
Government to release revised US HIV estimates
Measles outbreak hits 127 people in 15 states
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