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A imaging study carried out at UCLA/University of Pittsburgh for the first time has showen the selective pattern of destruction inflicted by AIDS on brain regions that control motor, language and sens ...


Genghis Khan and his troops may have unwittingly used more than just brute military force to conquer entire nations and to establish the infamous Mongolian empire. A report, published in the journ ...


A study has shown for the first time that strains of antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria are more deadly and better at evading human immune defenses than more common Staphylococcus aur ...


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) data showed a heavy burden of chlamydia in young women and men in the United States, particularly among pregnant women. Other research found that ...


Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have identified a family of virulence factors that make the bacterium responsible for the plague especially efficient at killing its host. The team no ...


A trial in malaria patients from four countries has shown a clear benefit of a drug derived from an ancient Chinese herb over standard treatment with Quinine. Quinine has been the standard drug for ...


Researchers have discovered a new phenomenon in which one bacterial cell can stop the growth of another on physical contact. The bacteria that stop growing may go into a dormant state, rather than dy ...


CDC researchers assessed 1994-2002 trends in varicella-related hospitalizations, ambulatory visits, and associated expenditures using a national insurance data set. Since the introduction of the va ...


Pediatricians often prescribe antibiotics to young children for an ear infection. With increased concerns about high rates of antibiotic use and resistance, recent guidelines suggest consideration ...


Persons younger than 65 with high-risk medical conditions such as chronic lung and heart disease can substantially benefit from annual influenza vaccination during an epidemic. Influenza continues ...


Observational studies which report that influenza vaccination reduces winter mortality risk among the elderly by 50 percent may substantially overestimate the vaccination benefit. Accurate determin ...


FDA ( Food and Drug Administration ) approved antibiotic Merrem iv ( Meropenem for injection ) to treat adults and children with complicated skin and skin structure infections ( cSSSI ). Merrem, a ...


Recreational use used to treat erectile dysfunction, of drugs -- Sildenafil ( Viagra ), Tadalafil ( Cialis ) and Vardenafil ( Levitra ) -- is associated with higher risks of sexually-transmitted dis ...


Public Health Agency of Canada advised Canadians to take preventative measures to protect themselves from West Nile Virus ( WNV ). Despite a significant decrease in human cases in 2004 - possibly du ...


Leprosy, also called Hansen’s diasease, likely originated in East Africa and spread to Asia and Europe before being imported into West Africa by explorers. The findings enrich the historical under ...