Tag Archives: Health

10 things you should know about Ebola virus

7 things you should know about Ebola virus Continue reading

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Crossing the species barrier

The number of pathogens known to infect humans is ever increasing. Continue reading

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In case you forgot – we're still fighting vCJD

A new test for asymptomatic vCJD. Continue reading

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A new drug against MERS?

A novel approach to treating coronavirus infections. Continue reading

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New Broad-Spectrum Peptide Antibiotic Targets Biofilms

A new peptide antibiotic suggests a new strategy in the fight against bacterial infections. Continue reading

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Oncolytic virotherapy – in pets?

Oncolytic virotherapy – using viruses to treat cancer – is a hot topic. Continue reading

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Further delay before the end of smallpox virus?

Should we wait longer before destroying the last remaining stock of smallpox virus? Continue reading

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A global network of researchers? Not really – small worlds.

The high clustering coefficient coupled with a short average distance between nodes suggests a “small-world phenomenon” among HIV and HPV researchers. Continue reading

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Reasons to be cheeful: Influenza treatment

Maybe there is some reason to be more optimistic about treating influenza. Continue reading

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