Synthetic DNA Vaccine Against Ebola Virus Shows Potent and Long-term Efficacy in Preclinical StudiesNewswise3 days ago
A novel synthetic DNA vaccine developed based on technology pioneered by Wistar scientists offers complete protection from Zaire Ebolavirus (EBOV) infection in promising preclinical research.
- MSN News6 days ago
Fewer very young children are getting critical vaccines that protect them from infectious diseases, according to the CDC.
- Gazettes.com1 day ago
After a particularly hard flu season last year, the city's Health and Human Services Department is pushing to get more people vaccinated this year. Health Department staff and volunteers will ...
Substantiating freedom from parasitic infection by combining transmission model predictions with disease surveysNature6 days ago
The decision when to stop an intervention is a critical component of parasite elimination programmes, but reliance on surveillance data alone can be inaccurate. Here, Michael et al. combine ...
- redOrbit5 days ago
Lime is caused by a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi and transmitted to human beings and other host animals through a bite of an infected tick.
- PR Newswire via Yahoo News7 days ago
ATLANTA, Oct. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Cancer Society will bestow its highest honor – the Medal of Honor – to five individuals during a celebration ceremony at the Ronald Reagan ...
Your Facebook feed is wrong, the shot won't make kids sick: 5 things to know about flu vaccine for childrenChicago Tribune7 days ago
The more people within a group who are vaccinated, the higher the level of community protection, also called herd immunity. When many in a group are vaccinated, the spread of disease ...
- Mother Jones6 days ago
A new study examining the sexual behavior of adolescent girls before and after the introduction of a human papillomavirus vaccination program has shown what health professionals have long thought ...
- The Michigan City News-Dispatch5 days ago
The Michiana Humane Society has temporarily closed its cat adoption room due to an outbreak of panleukopenia virus at the shelter. Three kittens have already died since Wednesday. According ...
- Carroll County Times4 days ago
“That looks like shingles to me,” she said. “Shingles cause all kinds of nerve and organ pain,” she explained. At home, I researched shingles. Shingles is an infection of an individual nerve and the skin surface that is supplied by the nerve.