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Category: Population Health

Study: Nose swabs may distinguish babies with RSV in need of longer intensive care

Results of a nose swab on babies in the hospital with respiratory syncytial virus may distinguish which ones may need longer intensive care, according to results of an initial study released Wednesday by Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
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AIDS Foundation of Chicago CEO Peller weighs in on latest AIDS/HIV report, effort to reduce transmission by 2030

The Chicago Department of Public Health recently released a report that showed the number of new cases of AIDS and HIV in 2020 were the lowest since the 1980s.
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