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“When you start to fiddle with the diet, it affects not only the person, but all the people they eat with, because eating is a communal experience,” Dr. Shubrook said, in an interview.
The event was sponsored by the Solano County Office of Education in partnership with Club Stride, Drug Safe Solano, Fighting Back Partnership, Nature of Sound, Friday Night Live Partnership, Solano Youth Coalition, Touro University, Vallejo Project and VIBE Solano.
It was part of the “Vaccinate ALL 58 Counties Week of Action,” designed to mobilize communities and raise public awareness. The vaccines will be provided and administered by Solano County Health Public Health and Touro University.
Dr. Jim Scott, Dean of Touro University California College of Pharmacy, tells KRON4 that people can be allergic to antibiotics. If a patient can easily tolerate amoxicillin, it may not mean they can tolerate the next best drug.
“R.S.V. has just surged: We keep thinking it’s peaked, but then it keeps on going up,” said Dr. Tami Hendriksz, a pediatrician and the dean of Touro University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo. “We still haven’t seen the top of this peak yet.”