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New study links chicken pox and shingles virus to a condition that inflames blood vessels on temples and scalp in the elderly, called giant cell arteritis
Johns Hopkins researchers working with mice report they have devised a way to detect and monitor infections of dangerous Gram-negative bacteria in real time
Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute announced new advance against the HIV virus, a drug that is so effective, it may work as a anti-HIV vaccine.
Ebola virus is a member of a small, recently emerging filoviruses causing diseases that are generally animal diseases that have jumped species.
Measles is not the only serious disease many people refuse to vaccinate against. Failing to get HPV vaccines can have equally serious consequences as measles
Research team finds how CBD a component in marijuana works within cells. Findings could provide a new basis for CBD-based treatments for pediatric epilepsy.
3D Vaccine Spontaneously Assembles to manipulate immune cells generating a powerful immune response that pack a blow against Cancer and Infectious Diseases
Chronic stress is a major cause of depression. Medical marijuana for depression help. CBD derived from cannabis could help stabilize moods & ease depression
A Rutgers University infectious diseases expert discusses the myths and facts of the measles outbreak and the “vaccine gap” that has put certain adults at risk
Loss of pollinators like bees increases risk of malnutrition and disease according to new research.
Measles outbreak linked to a Disneyland has already caused 68 infections was Inevitable but can be halted!
Spread of the Ebola virus from animal hosts to humans may be linked to human population density & vegetation cover
J&J received $115M boost meant to speed development of its Ebola vaccine.
A Wisconsin newlywed started to feel sick with the flu on a Monday. By Friday, she was dead.
Authorities in Malawi say at least 170 people have died in flash floods
Contact with victims of Ebola has left medical professionals with symptoms as well
Scientists at Oxford University launched the first clinical trial of new Ebola vaccine
Anesthesiologists will play an essential role in managing patients with Ebola virus infection.
New clues from Guinea yield tantalizing pieces of the puzzle
Ebola outbreak follows other threats to global health from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), SARS and the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic.