Cases of both influenza A and influenza B have been reported since October 2015.
Moderate-quality evidence shows that both methods are efficacious in treating MDD.
In outpatient primary care settings, various behavioral interventions can reduce the rate of inappropriate antibiotic prescribing practices.
Patients administered low doses of benzodiazepines have an elevated risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease compared with patients who received higher doses.
Administering steroids to pregnant women likely to give birth before 37 weeks can reduce infants' risk of respiratory complications.