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First direct evidence that A. aegypti transmits Zika virus
Zika virusJuly 22, 2016 ET
In collaboration with colleagues from Mexico, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston researchers were the first to directly connect the Aedes aegypti mosquito with Zika transmission.
New mechanism of tuberculosis infection discovered
TuberculosisJuly 22, 2016 ET
Researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified a new way that tuberculosis bacteria get into the body, revealing a potential therapeutic angle to explore.
Rate of new HIV infections increased in 74 countries
HIVJuly 21, 2016 ET
AIDS deaths are falling in most countries worldwide, but the rate of new infections increased in several countries over the past decade.
Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea on the rise in the U.S.
GonorrheaJuly 20, 2016 ET
Antibiotic-resistant cases of gonorrhea have more than quadrupled in the United States.
Global study shows stroke largely preventable
Stroke preventionJuly 20, 2016 ET
Ten risk factors that can be modified are responsible for nine of 10 strokes worldwide, but the ranking of those factors vary regionally.
Add time without artificial light to your daily healthy habits
Workplace lightJuly 19, 2016 ET
Along with eating right and exercising, people should consider adding another healthy habit to their list: turning out the lights.
Ceylon cinnamon improves learning, Chinese damages liver
Ceylon cinnamonJuly 19, 2016 ET
Eating cinnamon might improve learning ability, according to new study results published in the July issue of the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology.
We can't stop Zika but it will go away in three years anyway
Zika epidemicJuly 18, 2016 ET
The current Zika epidemic in Latin America is likely to burn itself out within three years, suggests new research.
Surprising role of immune system: Controlling social interaction
Social interactionJuly 18, 2016 ET
In a surprising discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine found that the immune system directly affects and even controls social behavior.
New HIV drug hits virus in unexpected way
HIVJuly 16, 2016 ET
A new type of HIV drug currently being tested works in an unusual way, scientists in the Molecular Medicine Partnership Unit, a collaboration between EMBL and Heidelberg University Hospital, have found.
Structure of cold virus linked to childhood asthma solved
Rhinovirus CJuly 16, 2016 ET
The atomic structure of an elusive cold virus linked to severe asthma and respiratory infections in children has been solved by a team of researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Purdue University.
Secret of lupus in non-Europeans: Genetic basis
LupusJuly 15, 2016 ET
Non-Europeans have a higher frequency of the gene variants that increase the risk of lupus as compared to the European population.
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