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The zoonotic disease (pathogens that normally infect animals but can be transmitted to humans) is most common in tropical and subtropical regions w

Medical Xpress Apr 22 2020 - 06:23

Even after hand washing, viruses can remain on a person’s skin.

Medical News Today Apr 22 2020 - 04:41

Waterworks, an innovative, new household sanitizing cleaning product powered by aqueous ozone technology, launched online in the U.S.

YAHOO! Apr 21 2020 - 18:13

"Many harmful pathogens are very sensitive to ultraviolet light," said Dr.

PR Newswire Apr 21 2020 - 09:11

At the core of these efforts is the Exscalate (EXaSCale smArt pLatform Against paThogEns) supercomputing platform, an outcome of the EU-funded ANTA

Medical Xpress Apr 21 2020 - 06:28

The global Disposable Gloves Market was valued at $6,146.2 million in 2016, and is projected to reach $10.06 Billion by

Benzinga.com Apr 21 2020 - 06:00

To protect the audiosensory organ from tissue damage from the immune system, the inner ear is separated from the circulating immune system by the b

Nature Apr 21 2020 - 02:20

AMSBIO offer a trio of sterilization systems suitable for a range of applications from sterilizing small laboratory instruments to sterilizing larg

News Medical Apr 20 2020 - 22:15

Disinfectants and other cleaning supplies wouldn’t be any use at all if they weren’t good at killing things like viruses, bacteria and other pathog

Yahoo! News Apr 20 2020 - 17:25

Soap can help fight a lot of other "outbreak pathogens and common global killers like diarrhoeal disease and respiratory infections," Dr.

POPSUGAR UK Apr 20 2020 - 06:30

PDI Healthcare, a global leader in infection prevention products and solutions, is testing several of its disinfectant products for

PR Newswire Apr 20 2020 - 06:00

People wear them to protect the respiratory tract from pollution and infection, and to prevent the spread of any pathogens they might be carrying.

The National Interest Apr 19 2020 - 13:49

From ultraviolet lights that kill pathogens to thermal imaging security cameras that detect temperatures, companies across New Hampshire are expand

New Hampshire Union Leader Apr 18 2020 - 17:05

In addition to the “You Can’t Close America” rally in Austin, Texas, on Saturday, modest demonstrations took place in the capitals of Nevada, India

New York Times Apr 18 2020 - 14:51

Large agriculture interests and Republicans in state government are wary of additional restrictions aimed at keeping pathogens out of well water.

Madison.com Apr 18 2020 - 12:00

Luckily, he notes, the sun's UVC rays don't reach us because they are filtered out by Earth's atmosphere.

MPR News Apr 18 2020 - 06:16

At first, it looked like the result of a toxic spill—except all the fish and other aquatic life seemed fine.

Wired Apr 18 2020 - 05:00

A lucid account of how the world has travelled from the ‘Spanish Flu’ to COVID-19 and what this latest virus does to the immune system Sometimes, m

The Hindu Apr 18 2020 - 04:20

We have developed complex codes, regulations and guidelines to achieve goals such as structural safety, fire safety, adequate ventilation and energ

Houston Chronicle Apr 17 2020 - 22:19

The grass is perfect and the old ballpark is squeaky clean — it was scrubbed and disinfected for viral pathogens for three days in March.

The Boston Globe Apr 17 2020 - 15:00

These compounds basically prevent any damage to immune cells and help them keep fighting against invading pathogens.

India.com Apr 17 2020 - 05:58

Interferons are a class of proteins produced by the immune system (white blood cells, fibroblasts, or T-cells) as a response

MarketWatch Apr 17 2020 - 02:42

Remdesivir is an investigational nucleotide analog with broad-spectrum antiviral activity in both vitro and vivo in animal models against multiple

YAHOO! Apr 17 2020 - 01:05

People should dry their hands with paper towels to avoid spreading the new coronavirus, according to the authors of a study published on Friday tha

YAHOO! Apr 16 2020 - 23:07

The pandemic has left many of us feeling helpless. The one thing that we can all do is boost our immunity.

Forbes Apr 16 2020 - 22:24

But we do know that these “spillover events” are the starting points of many outbreaks, from influenza to HIV and from SARS to COVID-19.

The National Interest Apr 16 2020 - 22:16

Anyone with diabetes, kidney failure or liver failure may also be at higher risk.The role of the immune system is to protect against disease or oth

WXII12 Apr 16 2020 - 18:32

Just because a patient tests positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus doesn't mean that other pathogens aren't at work too, researchers foun

MedPage Today Apr 16 2020 - 15:02

Fiction” podcast. Anyone with diabetes, kidney failure or liver failure may also be at higher risk.

WHDH Apr 16 2020 - 14:56

When used in combination with ultraviolet light of specific wavelengths, B2 can alter genetic material, whether RNA or DNA, of infectious pathogens

The National Interest Apr 15 2020 - 21:50

Title: Species Distribution Modeling of Ixodes scapularis and Associated Pathogens in States East of the Mississippi River By Kathleen V.

United States Army Apr 15 2020 - 15:18

T2 Biosystems, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTOO) a leader in the rapid detection of sepsis-causing pathogens, announced today that it issued inducement.

YAHOO! Apr 15 2020 - 14:31

The researchers detailed their study in a paper published on Feb. 18, 2020, in the journal PLOS Biology.

News Medical Apr 15 2020 - 14:07

The Centre for Digestive Disease (CDD) headed by Professor Thomas Borody has cured Crohn's Disease as reported today by Dr Gaurav Agrawal in G

EurekAlert! Apr 15 2020 - 13:35

A new study into the human virome opens the doors for future research into whether, like the bacterial microbiome, it might have other health impac

STAT Apr 15 2020 - 08:10

The anniversary of this case provides an important reminder of how vulnerable our legal system is to the pathogens of prejudice and partiality.

Washington Post Apr 15 2020 - 03:08

Medical professionals are beginning trials and experimental treatments that involve taking blood plasma — which is the fluid component of blood — f

Hartford Courant Apr 14 2020 - 23:35

Infectious disease pathogens have the upper hand,” that warning went, “because they constantly evolve new mechanisms that can exploit weak links in

YAHOO! Apr 13 2020 - 11:31

Antibodies our bodies develop to fight off the coronavirus could provide immunity from reinfection, but scientists aren't sure how long it cou

Business Insider Apr 13 2020 - 11:11

The federal government had the foresight and mechanisms in place to minimize the risk of pandemics to human health.

Providence Journal Apr 12 2020 - 14:33

One of your neighbors posted in Neighbor Posts. Click through to read what they have to say.

Patch Apr 12 2020 - 05:54

It requires a level of care and caution we haven't had to exercise in our daily lives — until now.

Tulsa World Apr 11 2020 - 19:36

The coronavirus that causes Covid-19 can produce more than three times the amount of pathogens than the strain that caused the severe acute respira

South China Morning Post Apr 11 2020 - 07:29

Health care workers across the country are getting well-deserved praise for their life-saving work on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak,

KCRA Apr 10 2020 - 20:26

There is a bag of fresh vegetables from the market in the kitchen. Roots, leaves, and crunchy stems means salads, sides, and entrées to come.

YAHOO! Apr 10 2020 - 17:21

1. Direct contact: An infected person hugs, kisses, shakes hands, etc. with another person. 2.

The Salt Lake Tribune Apr 10 2020 - 11:07

Dr. Syra Madad, professor of the graduate Biodefense and Biosecurity Program at the University of Maryland joins ‘The Daily Briefing.’

YAHOO! Apr 10 2020 - 08:47

In her research, she has found the occurrence of all kinds of particulate and microscopic pathogens in the ocean being sprayed into the air when wa

Daily Sabah Apr 10 2020 - 03:00

Those identified were then in turn tested in the real world on mice and one was found not only to be effective against a broad range pathogens, but

Jacobin Apr 9 2020 - 06:52

Many “new” human diseases originate from pathogens transferred from wild animals, as occurred with the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Mongabay Apr 8 2020 - 20:22