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Mar 29 2020

New Trials for COVID-19 Vaccine

New Trials for a COVID-19 Vaccine are starting. In Seattle, Washington; the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute or ((KPWHRI) just entered phase one in its progress to devise a vaccine.
This study evaluates 45 healthy adults who are …

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Mar 29 2020

Flattening the Curve in 1918: The Spanish Flu

As the COVID-19 pandemic flares across the globe, scientists and historians assess the mitigation measures implemented to fight the Spanish Flu of 1918 that killed between 50 to 100 million people. The concern is if action is not taken, COVID-19 …

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Mar 24 2020

FDA policy changes regarding COVID-19

The FDA has laid out some new, temporary policy changes to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These updated policies are part of their “good guidance practices.” These policies are especially important to implement quickly, as COVID-19 is spreading quickly. …

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Feb 27 2020

Cybersecurity – why its important

Cybersecurity threats and breaches cost businesses an estimated $3.5 billion last year. This is important to know because health organizations and hospitals are at an even higher risk. Email is one of the easiest ways hackers can gain entry …

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Jan 27 2020

Infection control plans

Infection control plans are very important, especially now. Coronavirus has escalated worldwide. Consequently, 2,000 people have the infection. The disease is rapidly spreading. What does this mean for your organization? This is where American Medical Compliance can help.
Firstly, …

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Jan 20 2020

Coronavirus: what is it?

Coronavirus has broken out in China. Thus, it has been in global headlines as of recently. But, what exactly is it? It is mostly found in animals and rarely is seen in humans. Now, humans are catching the disease. …

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Jan 18 2020

E-cigarettes and their dangers

E-cigarettes are still making national headlines. The Center for Disease Control has done further research into the matter. While they are still unsure of what is causing all the deaths, they have a clearer idea now. The CDC has …

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Jan 06 2020

HIV prevention few and far between

HIV infections in America have not gone up or down, according to the Center for Disease Control. There are ways to end this stall, however. Because many Americans are unaware of their options surrounding the infection, many go without …

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Jan 04 2020

Hispanic people more at risk for diabetes

Diabetes is on the rise in America. Hispanic people in particular face a higher rate of type two diabetes. There are ways to reduce the risk and alleviate the illness if it occurs, however.

The Center for Disease Control …

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Jan 02 2020

Women face high cancer risks

“All women are at risk for gynecologic cancers,” according to the Center for Disease Control. That’s right, all women. Cancer does not discriminate based on age or race.

It is more important than ever to be aware of reproductive …

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