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CDC's 63rd Annual Epidemic Intelligence Services (EIS) Conference Began Today: Features "Disease Detectives" and Their Work To Save Lives | Digital Press Kit | CDC Online Newsroom

antibiotics  antibiotic resistance  Global Health  Antimicrobial  prescription drug overdose  antibiotic use  global health security  prescription drug overdose deaths 

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today began its 63rd Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Conference in Atlanta, a week-long event to feature the life-saving work of its current EIS officers, or “disease detectives” and welcome the incoming class of officers to the two-year post-graduate EIS program.

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Antibiotics Aren't Always the Answer: Chart | CDC Features

antibiotics  medication  cold  drugs  sinusitis  sinus infection  antimicrobial resistance  drug resistance  antibiotic resistance  bronchitis  CDC Features  ear infection  sore throat  Antimicrobial  antibiotic use  Get Smart About Antibiotics Week  upper respiratory infection  Get Smart Week  strep throat  chest cold 

Antibiotics do not fight infections caused by viruses like colds, most sore throats and bronchitis, and some ear infections. Unneeded antibiotics may lead to future antibiotic-resistant infections. Symptom relief might be the best treatment option.

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Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the US | CDC Features

antibiotics  united states  resistance  threats  antimicrobial resistance  drug resistance  antibiotic resistance  CDC Features  Antimicrobial  antibiotic threat  AR  AR Report 

Antibiotics are powerful tools for fighting illness and disease, but overuse of antibiotics has helped create bacteria that are outsmarting the drugs used to treat them.

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