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How mRNA and DNA vaccines could soon treat cancers, HIV, autoimmune...

Deborah Fuller, University of Washington The two most successful coronavirus vaccines developed in the U.S. – the Pfizer and...

Why addressing racism against Black women in health care is key...

Nabila El-Bassel, Columbia University Forty years into the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Black women continue to bear the highest burden of...

Why COVID-19 must be included in safer sex messaging on college...

Tamra Burns Loeb, University of California, Los Angeles; Gail Wyatt, University of California, Los Angeles, and Michele R. Cooley-Strickland

HIV/AIDS vaccine: Why don’t we have one after 37 years, when...

Ronald C. Desrosiers, University of Miami Smallpox has been eradicated from the face of the Earth following a highly...

What are viruses anyway, and why do they make us so...

Marilyn J. Roossinck, Pennsylvania State University Editor’s Note: You may sometimes have felt like you “have come down with a virus,” meaning that you became...

Lawyers are trying to scare you with Facebook ads

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon and Jesse King, Weber State University Some ads can be more than misleading – they can put your health...

The Freddie Mercury story that goes untold in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Laurie Marhoefer, University of Washington Millions of people will tune in to the Oscars to see “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the biopic of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury,...

Living and aging well with HIV: New strategies and new research

Allison Webel, Case Western Reserve University A generation ago, a list of tips for aging well with AIDS would have seemed a cruel joke. It...

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Migration mayhem in 2017: 9 essential reads

Danielle Douez, The Conversation President Donald Trump did not waste any time pushing strict immigration policies in 2017, as promised during his campaign. What resulted...