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Like COVID-19, the Black Death was insidious, unpalatable, and invisible, and it came from the East.

Medical Xpress Apr 23 2020 - 06:14

ECRI gave WGAL access to its labs in Plymouth Meeting, where doctors, researchers and engineers are working to better protect nursing home resident

YAHOO! Apr 23 2020 - 05:45

Insmed Incorporated (Nasdaq:INSM), a global biopharmaceutical company on a mission to transform the lives of patients with serious and rare disease

WFMZ-TV Apr 23 2020 - 03:25

When one is struck by the c, symptoms can range from none to fatal.

Fox News Apr 22 2020 - 05:31

To investigate the ability of the epizootic outbreak strain, HF_1994, and of the two early epizootic strains HF_1995 and HF_1996, to invade avian c

Nature Apr 22 2020 - 02:21

Coronavirus the musical: U.S.

Yahoo! News Apr 21 2020 - 17:13

Though the pathogen doesn’t discriminate, our public health outcomes always have, because of unequal exposure to pollution and unequal access to tr

Environmental Defense Fund Apr 21 2020 - 16:34

It is, he explains, “lethal enough to be very virulent, very threatening, but transmissible enough that it could reach around the world.” It is, in

American Enterprise Institute Apr 21 2020 - 08:11

As the citizens of South Carolina continue to watch, wait and observe stay-at-home orders, MUSC leaders and members of the MUSC/MUHA Board of Trust

Post and Courier Charleston Apr 20 2020 - 17:18

With their commodity exports plummeting amid the global economic crash, debtors to China in Africa and Asia may soon be faced with a horrible choic

Washington Post Apr 20 2020 - 16:49

The answer is called a challenge trial.

The Raw Story Apr 20 2020 - 16:49

The SARS-CoV-2 pathogen that has swept the globe causing the highly-contagious and sometimes fatal disease Covid-19 has long been known to spread v

IFLScience Apr 20 2020 - 06:10

While the virus seems capable of infecting some pets and wild animals, these cases probably aren’t occurring often

Smithsonian Magazine Apr 20 2020 - 05:24

Scientists have dismissed research that suggests more men could be dying of the coronavirus due to it being expressed in testicles.

Yahoo! Style UK on MSN.com Apr 20 2020 - 05:12

The result, as my Times colleagues described Saturday, is “images of nearly all-white protesters demanding the governor relax restrictions while ho

New York Times Apr 19 2020 - 12:28

As scientists and doctors scramble to track the scope and severity of COVID-19, antibodies have become something of a buzzword.

San Diego Union-Tribune Apr 19 2020 - 05:49

It is difficult to say whether past violations contributed to current outbreaks or whether any level of preparation would have been enough to prote

Alaska Dispatch News Apr 18 2020 - 17:59

NEW YORK (Reuters) - As some U.S.

Yahoo! News Apr 18 2020 - 17:11

Update: Serological Test Validation and Education EffortsPR NewswireSILVER SPRING, Md., April 18, 2020The following is attributed to Commissioner o

YAHOO! Apr 18 2020 - 16:00

Scientists then extrapolate from there the magnitude of the pathogen’s spread in the broader population.

Bloomberg on MSN.com Apr 18 2020 - 16:00

A pilot study that tracked the clearance of the virus from patients in Mumbai, India, offered further evidence that men are indeed harder hit by th

Los Angeles Times Apr 18 2020 - 05:06

A day after there were no deaths directly related to the novel coronavirus in St.

NOLA.com Apr 17 2020 - 15:00

According to the study’s authors, which include data skeptic John Ioannidis of Stanford University, actual infections in the region vastly outnumbe

MIT Technology Review Apr 17 2020 - 14:14

PM The Fusarium fungus is the bane of every wheat farmer’s existence.

Science | AAAS Apr 17 2020 - 13:50

These stick around for the long haul, and your body is prepared to churn out more of them if you come into contact with the pathogen again.

Wired Apr 17 2020 - 13:43

BEIJING — China is accusing the U.S.

Daily Journal Apr 17 2020 - 03:19

But I have also seen the remarkable adaptations that creatures like starfish, corals and abalones develop against these threats and the defenses th

New York Times Apr 17 2020 - 02:22

By early March, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had issued an advisory against crowds of more than 250 people, yet Florida’s beaches

Las Vegas Sun Apr 17 2020 - 02:06

As the emerging Wuhan coronavirus outbreak dominates the daily news, you might be wondering just how the pathogen is working its way around the wor

The National Interest Apr 16 2020 - 22:29

Similar to humans, the risk of cerebrovascular disease in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHR-A3/SHRSP) arises from naturally occurri

Nature Apr 16 2020 - 15:12

With a vaccine likely out of reach this year, the near-term hope is an anti-viral treatment that can improve the odds of survival for those sickene

Washington Post Apr 16 2020 - 15:02

The pandemic is expected to be nearing its apex in the Bayou City, where state and local expect Texas' epicenter to be.

The Business Journals Apr 16 2020 - 13:33

A preliminary study reports that a significant mutation in the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen may have been detected for the first time.

IFLScience Apr 16 2020 - 10:16

"It's normal to have, at maximum, hundreds of millions of doses manufactured," he said.

Medical Xpress Apr 16 2020 - 01:42

More than three months had passed since the pathogen appeared on the map in Central China, tearing through Wuhan, an industrial city of 11 million,

Texas Monthly Apr 15 2020 - 15:08

The Hopkins team found that A.

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Dec 15 2016 - 13:12

The threatening molecule employed to make a vaccine is usually part of a pathogen, such as a virus or bacterium (or, often, simply a neutralised ve

The Economist online Dec 15 2016 - 13:05

Hunt for Golden Ponds pathogen a slow go It's slow going for those hunting the cause of the mass food poisoning at a Greece restaurant.

Democrat and Chronicle Dec 15 2016 - 12:44

Plants respond to infection through an innate immunity system that uses both extracellular and intracellular receptors to detect pathogen component

science.sciencemag.org Dec 15 2016 - 11:11

According to World Health Organization (WHO), globally 16% of deaths are resulted due to infectious diseases.

Medgadget Dec 15 2016 - 10:28

Change in environment is key factor for emergence of new races of pathogen, Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Radha Mohan Singh said h

Net India 123 Dec 15 2016 - 10:21

And then there are the more serious reasons for companies to issue a recall, such as potential contamination by a harmful pathogen like listeria, E

FOX News Dec 15 2016 - 02:07

Rotavirus is such a big cause, we might even need a better vaccine for that.

News-Medical Dec 14 2016 - 23:15

Anyone who has eaten any of the recalled pistachios and developed symptoms of Salmonella infection should seek medical attention and alert their do

Food Safety News Dec 14 2016 - 22:10

In one study researchers wanted to know the effects of oregano oil on a pathogen (Staphylococcus aureus) which resists antibiotics.

Brunei Direct Dec 14 2016 - 17:10

Salmonella enteritidis is a leading foodborne pathogen in the United States, with many outbreaks in humans traced back to shell eggs.

Knowridge Science Report Dec 14 2016 - 15:15

The oral pathogen Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans (Aa) links periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) by generating citrullinated au

EurekAlert! Dec 14 2016 - 12:31

MIAMI (DTN) -- For such a tiny pest, the soybean cyst nematode (SCN) generates some impressive numbers.

www.dtnpf.com Dec 14 2016 - 12:31

For example, experts fear that terrorists could quickly spread a lethal pathogen this way.

vocativ.com Dec 14 2016 - 11:48