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David Sugerman, MD, MPH, an assistant resident with the Johns Hopkins University Department of Emergency Medicine and study co-author, said, Detailed details is necessary for planning both preventive and emergency health care in vulnerable populations such a refugees; this research provides us with evidence that injuries impact very long term refugee populations. The Hopkins experts reviewed data previously gathered by Hyder and co-workers at a refugee camp near the town of Abbottabad in Pakistan from June-July 2002. The researchers found 112 accidental injuries to refugees aged 1-96 years. Most the accidental injuries were incurred by refugees beneath the age of 29 years. Injury from falls produced up 48 % of instances.

Schulte, D.O., and Carolyn D. Deal, Ph.D. For the Herpevac Trial for Women: Efficacy Results of a Trial of a Herpes Simplex Vaccine Both herpes virus type 1 and type 2 could cause primary infection of the genital tract, and HSV-1 infection has become an frequent reason behind genital disease increasingly.1 The majority of HSV infections are asymptomatic, and just 10 to 25 percent of persons with HSV-2 antibodies have recurrent genital disease.2,3 Transmitting of HSV from infected women to neonates may lead to serious neurologic disease or death in the newborn.Schulte, D.O., and Carolyn D. Deal, Ph.D. For the Herpevac Trial for Women: Efficacy Results of a Trial of a Herpes Simplex Vaccine Both herpes virus type 1 and type 2 could cause primary infection of the genital tract, and HSV-1 infection has become an frequent reason behind genital disease increasingly.1 The majority of HSV infections are asymptomatic, and just 10 to 25 percent of persons with HSV-2 antibodies have recurrent genital disease.2,3 Transmitting of HSV from infected women to neonates may lead to serious neurologic disease or death in the newborn.