- Don't drink water and DO have solid foods: Expert tells how you should REALLY
- Q. What are the most common misconceptions surrounding the treatment of gastroenteritis? A.
- Treating gastroenteritis
- Before you mix your own solutions, check with your doctor that the ingredients are not harmful to the health of the person with gastroenteritis.
- Norovirus-driven gastroenteritis in Quebec more common after start of
- After Quebec initiated a rotavirus vaccination program in 2011, norovirus became more prevalent than rotavirus in cases of pediatric gastroenteritis, according to findings published in The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
- Causes of gastroenteritis
- Because infection may occur a while before becoming symptomatic (appearing sick), people who contract gastroenteritis often incorrectly assume that they got food poisoning from the last meal they consumed. While this may be the case, there is no way to ...
- Food-borne infections caused by the Norovirus (Part 1)
- The virus is named after Norwalk, Ohio, in the United States, where an outbreak of acute viral gastroenteritis occurred among children at Bronson Elementary School in November 1968.
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