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71 Percent of Mpox Cases Occurred in Large Central Urban Areas

In both rural and urban areas, incidence was consistently higher among Black and Hispanic versus White persons

More Mpox Cases Reported as Health Officials Fear a Summer Resurgence

U.S. cases are still at less than three per day, with 32 infections diagnosed in May so far

JYNNEOS Vaccine Seems Effective for Preventing Mpox

Two-dose series offers better protection, with vaccine effectiveness of 66.0 percent compared with 35.8 percent for one-dose

CDC Warns That Mpox Could Make a Summer Return

An outbreak in Chicago of the virus formerly called monkeypox has public health officials on edge

RSV in First Year of Life Tied to Risk for Childhood Asthma

Authors say association is age- and severity-dependent

WHO Declares Global Mpox Outbreak Over

WHO director-general cited a 90 percent drop in cases during the past three months

Uptick Seen in Mpox Cases in Chicago

Last week's case count was highest in Chicago since early November 2022 and highest weekly new case rate in any U.S. region so far this year

FDA Approves First RSV Vaccine

Arexvy was ~82 percent effective in preventing RSV-induced lower respiratory tract infections in adults 60 years of age and older

HIV Status Does Not Affect Outcomes of Tecovirimat Treatment for Mpox

No difference seen in treatment outcomes, including days to improvement, rate of persistent symptoms for those with, without HIV

CDC Reports No New Mpox Cases in Over a Week for First Time Since...

Since the outbreak began last May, more than 30,000 people have been infected with the virus and 42 people have died