New "glowing" gel helps kids keep hands clean
Use of a glowing gel that reveals microscopic germs on the skin may help kids improve their hand hygiene, according to new research.
Salmonella just won't go away
According to a new report by the CDC, Salmonella infections haven’t decreased during the past 15 years; in fact, they’ve increased by 10 percent.
Sepsis cases on the rise
A new study shows that hospitalizations for sepsis more than doubled in the last decade, and age plays a role: Hospitalization for sepsis among patients age 85 and over was 30 times that of people under age 65.
Guide to healthcare access for patients with disabilities
The 19-page guide “Access to Medical Care for Persons with Mobility Disabilities” is available to help healthcare providers understand the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
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