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Dr. Hildy Meyers

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Medical Director of Epidemiology ...

Orange County Health Care Agency
405 W. Fifth Street Suite 202 A
Santa Ana, California 92701
United States

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sbhbsurfrider.org [cached]
Dr. Hildy Meyers, Orange County's epidemiologist, says that cases of hepatitis A have been falling in the county over the past few years.
NBC 4 - News - Officials: West Nile Bigger Threat To Southlanders Than Bird Flu
www.nbc4.tv, 27 April 2006 [cached]
"By this time last year, WNV positive mosquitoes had already been detected in Orange County," said Dr. Hildy Meyers, Orange County's acting health officer.
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Meyers said there were 17 human cases of West Nile virus in 2005 in Orange County, compared to a peak of 64 cases in 2004.
Statewide, West Nile cases were up more than 12 percent last year over 2004, because Northern California experienced a significant increase, Meyers said.
"West Nile virus is here to stay, and it is likely that human cases will occur every year," Meyers said.
Mustang Daily Online: News
www.mustangdaily.calpoly.edu, 21 Aug 2004 [cached]
Neither person is very ill, but they have been asked to stay at home until 10 days after their symptoms disappear to ensure they don't spread the disease, said Dr. Hildy Myers, medical director of assessment and epidemiology for the Orange County Health Care Agency.The county is sending specimens from the patients to the California Department of Health Services for further evaluation, Myers said.
Lansing State Journal: Whooping cough still a threat
www.lsj.com, 26 Nov 2005 [cached]
"We look at who's around that case and see if they're having symptoms consistent with pertussis," said Dr. Hildy Meyers, medical director of epidemiology for the Orange County Health Care Agency.
Whooping cough still a threat
www.dailyitem.com, 14 Nov 2005 [cached]
"We look at who's around that case and see if they're having symptoms consistent with pertussis," said Dr. Hildy Meyers, medical director of epidemiology for the Orange County Health Care Agency.
Parents should keep young infants away from sick people and public places whenever possible, Meyers said.
"It's a very dangerous disease, particularly for very young children," she said.
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