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What is RSV and Why Are Infections Surging?

What is RSV and Why Are Infections Surging?

Originally Published by University of Chicago Respiratory syncytial virus, often called RSV, is a common virus that can cause infections in the nose, throat, lungs and respiratory tract. Historically, almost all children are infected with RSV by age 2, and...
Top Four Tips for Holiday Food Safety

Top Four Tips for Holiday Food Safety

Originally Published by The Sentinel-Record The holidays are here, and it is time to think about turkey and all the fix-in’s. For most Arkansans, Thanksgiving is a time for family, food, and football. We will gather with our family and eat way too much and enjoy...
Leading Voice In Infection Defense Featured On Business Radio

Leading Voice In Infection Defense Featured On Business Radio

– Irwin Stromeyer, Sterile Space Infection Defense LLC, discusses infection prevention– Irwin Stromeyer, Owner, Sterile Space Infection Defense, LLC, was interviewed on “Business RadioX”. The show highlights business and industry leaders. During a wide-ranging...
Avoiding Illness at School

Avoiding Illness at School

Originally Published by KARK.com Germs are as common in schools as the ABCs and 123s. And, with so many kids together in one place, those germs are sure to be shared. Fortunately, there are many steps you and your child can take to help stop illness in its tracks....
How to Keep Flu Germs From Spreading in Your Home

How to Keep Flu Germs From Spreading in Your Home

Originally Published by Alabama News Center Flu season can take its toll on your health, but one way to fight the virus is to stop the spread of germs at home. University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health Professor Suzanne Judd shares these tips to help...
When Are Kids Too Sick to Go to School?

When Are Kids Too Sick to Go to School?

Originally Published by Billings Gazette As tired as we all are of how COVID-19 has shaped the world we live in, it is still important to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance on staying home when children and adults are infected with the...
Norovirus, That Icky Stomach Bug, Is Back

Norovirus, That Icky Stomach Bug, Is Back

Originally Published by BuzzFeed News Norovirus cases came surging back in 2022. Experts believe the virus will soon return to its normal seasonality. Out with the new, in with the old? As COVID slowly exits the epidemiological limelight (but is still very much here...