There Is a Season Renewed interest in the seasonality of some infections should lead to better understanding of emerging infections and effects of climatic change

@inproceedings{Dixon2009ThereIA,
  title={There Is a Season Renewed interest in the seasonality of some infections should lead to better understanding of emerging infections and effects of climatic change},
  author={Bernard Dixon},
  year={2009}
}
E veryone is aware that they are more likely to get a common cold when they are themselves cold during the winter months. Up until the advent of mass immunization against measles, parents knew that this infection too tended to peak during the winter. And people of my generation recall parental anxieties about infantile paralysis (poliomyelitis) each year as summer approached. Medical microbiologists, on the other hand, seem not to be as interested as their forebears were in the seasonality of… CONTINUE READING