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Here’s your periodic update on News from NIAID-Supported Institutions. The following links will take you to the institution’s press release:

Air Pollution from Traffic Increases Odds of Hospital Readmission for Asthma 
March 27, 2014—Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Using Tobacco to Thwart West Nile Virus 
March 27, 2014—Arizona State University
Scripps Florida Scientist Awarded $2.3 Million to Study Dengue Fever and Related Viruses 
March 27, 2014—The Scripps Research Institute
Penn Dental Medicine-NIH Team Reverses Bone Loss in Immune Disorder 
March 26, 2014—University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
A Way to End Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections? Study Gives Hope 
March 25, 2014—University of Utah
New Childhood Tuberculosis Estimates Double the Number Previously Thought   
March 24, 2014—Brigham and Women's Hospital
Drugs Fail to Reawaken Dormant HIV Infection 
March 24, 2014—Johns Hopkins Medicine
Researchers at LSTM Unlock the Secret of Multiple Insecticide Resistance in Mosquitoes 
March 21, 2014—Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Consortium Wins Up to $28 Million to Find Best Ebola Treatment 
March 20, 2014—The Scripps Research Institute
Past HIV Vaccine Trials Reveal New Path to Success 
March 19, 2014—Duke Medicine
Scientist Receives NIH Grant to Find Cure for Infectious Disease 
March 19, 2014—Clemson University
Stopping Malaria Transmission: A Virginia Tech Biochemist is Out For Blood 
March 19, 2014—Virginia Tech
One in Three Patients with Bloodstream Infections Given Inappropriate Therapy 
March 18, 2014—Duke Medicine
Nasty Nanoinjectors Pose a New Target for Antibiotic Research   
March 13, 2014—University of Kansas

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