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Sunday at the Phiney Center, Phinney Ave. Looking ahead to next week, Poetry Northwest celebrates the release of its new issue with a Fall Social from p. Admission is free. It features more than roles danced by professional dancers and PNB students. The number of cases of whooping cough, or pertussis , reported in Washington state this year has topped 4, — the highest number reported in 70 years — but the epidemic appears to be slowing as the number of new cases being reported has begun to drop off, Washington State Department of Health officials reported Thursday.

Nonetheless, health officials warned, the bacteria that causes whooping cough— Bordetella pertussis — is still actively circulating in the community and the risk of infection remains real. Even when cases fall, health officials noted, the bacteria always continues to circulate and cause infections even when there is no epidemic. Therefore, it is important for young children, teens and adults to get vaccinated and keep up-to-date with recommended booster shots, health officials said.

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An infant with whooping cough may have trouble feeding and breathing and may turn bluish from not getting enough oxygen — and the infection can even be fatal, health officials said. This year in Washington infants under 1 year of age developed whooping cough, 66 of whom were hospitalized.

Infection rates have also been high among adolescents, aged 10 to 13, who have made up 22 percent of cases. Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a highly contagious respiratory illness spread by coughing and sneezing. It is caused by a bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. According to the U.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the 20th century, pertussis was one of the most common childhood diseases and a major cause of child death in the United States. Initially, an infection may seem like just a cold. However, during this phase of the infection, which can last several weeks, a person can spread the disease to others. Patients typically then go on to develop a severe, persistent—often wracking—cough that can last for several more weeks.

The bouts of coughing can leave victims breathless and unable to eat, drink or sleep.

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Complications of the infection include pneumonia, seizures and death. There is a vaccine that can prevent infection, but it is not effective in newborns or infants and it wears off with time. When a baby gets whooping cough, it is usually from a sibling or an adult member of the family, health officials said. The best way to protect these vulnerable children, they said, is to have everyone around them be up-to-date with their vaccinations. All adults should get a one-time Tdap booster, and kids should get their whooping cough vaccinations DTaP on schedule.

They need one booster Tdap at age 11 or Washington purchases and provides all recommended vaccines for kids through age 18, available from health care providers across the state. Health care providers may charge an office visit fee and a fee to give the vaccine an administration fee. Over the summer the state also purchased whooping cough vaccine for uninsured and underinsured adults — many local health agencies still have that vaccine available. For help finding a provider or immunization clinic, contact your local health agency or the Family Health Hotline at The new space is at N.

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