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RABIES - CHINA:  (EX INDIA) HUMAN, EXPOSURE UNKNOWN RABIES - CHINA: (EX INDIA) HUMAN, EXPOSURE UNKNOWN Date: Fri 21 Sep 2012 Source: Ynetnews.com Israel News [edited] Israeli dies of rabies in China ------------------------------- A 34-year-old Israeli died at a hospital this week, apparently of rabies, Yedioth Ahronoth [The Times of Israel] reported on Friday [21 Sep 2012]. According to this report, the Israeli, who recently arrived in China after travelling [in] India, contacted an Israeli businessman a few days ago and told him he was feeling ill, was suffering from severe back pain, had difficulty drinking and was vomiting constantly.
INFLUENZA: FRANCE, NARCOLEPSY IN H1N1-VACCINATED ADULTS INFLUENZA: FRANCE, NARCOLEPSY IN H1N1-VACCINATED ADULTS Date: Fri 21 Sep 2012 Source: CIDRAP New [abridged, edited] French study finds narcolepsy link to H1N1 vaccine in adults ------------------------------------------------------------ French researchers have found a significant link between one 2009 H1N1 vaccine and narcolepsy in adults, a finding that is likely to prompt some countries to take a fresh look to see if adult cases have surfaced in the wake of pandemic vaccine campaigns. The French findings are part of a larger investigation under way through the
HAND, FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE - USA (05): (PENNSYLVANIA), SPORTS-RELATED HAND, FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE - USA (05): (PENNSYLVANIA), SPORTS-RELATED Date: Fri 21 Sep 2012 Source: Pocono Record, Times-Herald Record [edited] At least 12 students in the Delaware Valley School District have been diagnosed with hand-foot-&-mouth disease (HFMD), a viral illness that can cause fever, poor appetite, and painful sores, blisters, or rashes.
Bird flu hits S China city Bird flu hits S China city Date: Tue 18 Sep 2012 Source: Xinhua News [edited] - The H5N1 avian flu virus has been detected in the city of Zhanjiang in south China's Guangdong province, experts confirmed on Tuesday [18 Sep 2012]. The virus has infected 14 050 ducks and killed 6300 of them since 11 Sept 2012, when symptoms were 1st reported, a Ministry of Agriculture official said.
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