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The Down and Dirty on Cleaning in Virus Season

The Down and Dirty on Cleaning in Virus Season

Originally Published by CleanLink Fall is the start of the annual outbreak season. Commonly called, “Virus Season”, outbreaks are most prevalent between November and April, but are by no means limited to viruses alone. How dirty is dirty? Wherever people congregate...
There’s a Shortage of RSV Treatments

There’s a Shortage of RSV Treatments

Originally Published by Time A recently approved treatment was supposed to protect babies from RSV, but demand is outpacing the supply of the medication. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved nirsevimab, an antibody that sticks to and prevents Respiratory...
Should Older Adults Worry About RSV?

Should Older Adults Worry About RSV?

Originally Published by KetteringHealth Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has had families and pediatricians concerned for years. Found in 1957, the highly contagious lung infection tends to aggressively spread in the winter, sending thousands of children younger than...
Avoiding a “Tripledemic” This Winter

Avoiding a “Tripledemic” This Winter

Originally Published by Newark, NJ Patch Doctors believe there could be another “tripledemic” this winter with COVID-19, flu and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and are urging individuals to protect themselves by getting vaccinated. David Cennimo, an infectious...