Volume 19, Number 8—August 2013
Strong public health institutions and networks are needed to address evolving challenges.
Colonization with potentially multidrug-resistant bacteria was discovered at an elevated rate among returning travelers.
These data estimated the onset, peak, and end of norovirus season within 4 weeks of observed dates.
High rates of detection indicate that this virus is common in the human population in this country.
Surveillance and emergency department data showed that GII.4 Sydney did not cause a substantial increase in norovirus activity.
Serotype–food commodity associations will aid health officials in preventing illnesses.
The use of enzyme immunoassays is recommended for evaluating vaccine effectiveness.
During slaughtering, chickens transfer resistance into the food chain.
This modeling study suggests that the duration is 5–6 years; a vaccine that protects for that period could have substantial health and economic benefits.
Enterovirus surveillance sensitivity increased as diagnostic methods improved.
After regulation was implemented, the number of cases and deaths dropped significantly; a similar national regulation would likely decrease US infections.
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