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Infectious Diseases News

HIV Returns in Mississippi Baby After Two-Year Remission

Going After CMV

Pressure to Conform to Masculine Norms May Fuel HIV Risk Among Gay Black Men

Researchers Identify Protein that Helps Control Common Viral Infection

HIV-Infected Teens Delaying Treatment Until Advanced Disease, Johns Hopkins Study Shows

Johns Hopkins Study Highlights Challenges of Tuberculosis in Children Worldwide

NATURE Names Johns Hopkins Pediatric HIV Expert Deborah Persaud One of 10 People Who Mattered in 2013

Meningitis 101 from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Experts

Duration of Central Catheter Use Drives Risk of Bloodstream Infections in Newborns

Child Born with HIV Still in Remission after 18 Months off Treatment, Experts Report

Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Researcher Receives Award for Advances in Infectious Disease Prevention

Experimental Vaccine Shows Promise Against TB Meningitis

Time Magazine Names Johns Hopkins Pediatric HIV Expert Deborah Persaud to 2013 World List of ‘Top 100’ Influential People

Close-to-the-Heart Catheters Safer for Hospitalized Children

Researchers Describe First ‘Functional HIV Cure’ in an Infant, Benefits of Early Therapy

Hopkins Researcher Describes First ‘Functional HIV Cure’ in an Infant

Hopkins Pediatrician Leads World AIDS Day ZUMBAthon

An Infection, Kawasaki or Both?

Should Pediatricians Immunize Parents?

Did Water Play a Role in this Watery Diarrhea?

Hospitalized Children Who Carry MRSA at Risk for Full-Blown Infections

Bug Busters: Hopkins to Host Symposium On Infection Imaging

Meth Use Fuels Higher Rates of Unsafe Sex, HIV Risk in Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

Short Antibiotic Courses Safer for Breathing-Tube Infections in Children

Higher HIV Risk in Black Gay Men Linked to Partner Choice, Risk Perception

Remove Children's Catheters as Soon as Possible to Prevent Bloodstream Infections

Toxoplasmosis: The Strain Explains Severity of Infection

When Epigenetics Meets Pediatrics

Teens with HIV at High Risk for Pregnancy, Complications

Parental Perceptions of Influenza Vaccine

The Pediatrician’s Role in International Adoption

The Impact of Cough & Cold Meds Withdrawal on Young Children

Knowledge Gaps, Fears Common Among Parents of Children with Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Flu Vaccines Safe for Most Allergic Children

The Critically Ill-Appearing Neonate

A Parents' Guide to the Flu - 2010

H1N1 Flu Especially Hard on Children with Sickle Cell Disease

The Latest on CMV

Mock Drills during H1N1 Outbreak Expose Gaps in Infection Protection among Hospital Staff

STI, HIV Counseling Inadequate in Male Teens

In the Fight Against Life-Threatening Catheter Infections, Length of Use is Key

Critical Illness In Children with H1N1 Unpredictable But Survivable

Infectious Findings for Schizophrenia

Attacking Cytomegalovirus

An Historic Fight Against Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease Expert Discusses H1N1 in Kids; Quells Fears of H1N1 Vaccine

H1N1: Prepare, Plan and Triage Telephonically

Parent's Guide to H1N1 (Swine) Flu

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