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Threat Of Influenza Outbreak Remains 100 Years After 1918 Pandemic, Experts Warn

Global Health NOW: A Century After 1918, Flu Pandemic Preparedness Still Lacking “…Despite a century’s worth of lifesaving scientific and medical advances to head off a similar tragedy, [experts] warn that an influenza pandemic could still trigger waves of mass death. … With the centennial of the 1918 flu pandemic…

Universal Flu Vaccine Could Prevent Widespread Epidemic, Researchers Say

Global Health NOW: U.S., World Still Not Ready for Another Flu Pandemic “Despite countless breakthroughs in medicine since the 1918 flu pandemic, one key advance continues to elude researchers. Without a universal vaccine to combat ever-changing flu strains, another pandemic threatens to overwhelm U.S. health care system, warns Tom Inglesby,…

CDC Recognizes World Pneumonia Day

CDC’s “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report”: Announcement: World Pneumonia Day — November 12, 2017 CDC recognizes World Pneumonia Day, which takes place annually on November 12, and “aims to highlight the huge toll pneumonia takes on children and adults worldwide” (11/10).

More Effort Needed To Save Children From Preventable, Treatable Pneumonia, Report Says

The Guardian: Gasping for breath: pneumonia’s deadly toll among the hungry children of Kenya “…Pneumonia kills two children under five every minute, or almost one million a year worldwide: more than malaria, diarrhea, and measles combined, according to research published by Save the Children on Thursday. Yet it can be…

Every Breath Counts Coalition Aims To End Preventable Child Pneumonia Deaths By 2030

HuffPost: Partnering to Fight Pneumonia, the ‘Forgotten Killer’ of Children Carolyn S. Miles, president and CEO of Save the Children, and colleagues “…Thirty organizations are joining forces in a public-private partnership with an ambitious, measurable goal: to end preventable child pneumonia deaths by 2030. The Every Breath Counts Coalition will…

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