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Tag: Viruses

Your immune system makes its own antiviral drug − and it’s...

Neil Marsh, University of Michigan Antiviral drugs are generally considered to be a 20th century invention. But recent research...

Strep throat can easily be confused with throat infections caused by...

Allen Shaughnessy, Tufts University “My sore throats, you know, are always worse than anybody’s.” So declares...

As bird flu continues to spread in the US and worldwide,...

Sara Sawyer, University of Colorado Boulder; Emma Worden-Sapper, University of Colorado Boulder, and Sharon Wu, University of Colorado Boulder

What is spillover? Bird flu outbreak underscores need for early detection...

Treana Mayer, Colorado State University The current epidemic of avian influenza has killed over 58 million birds in the...

As viral infections skyrocket, masks are still a tried-and-true way to...

Emily Toth Martin, University of Michigan and Marisa Eisenberg, University of Michigan The cold and flu season of 2022...

Chickenpox and shingles virus lying dormant in your neurons can reactivate...

Andrew Bubak, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Over 90% of the world population has the virus that causes...

Scientists uncovered the structure of the key protein for a future...

Lisa Eshun-Wilson, The Scripps Research Institute and Alba Torrents de la Peña, The Scripps Research Institute The hepatitis C...

RSV: A pediatric disease expert answers 5 questions about the surging...

Jennifer Girotto, University of Connecticut Respiratory syncytial virus, more commonly known as RSV, sends thousands of children to the...

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