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Laboratory animals fed a modified version of a common human dietary supplement were completely cured of intestinal worms that belong to a family of parasites that currently infect 1.5 billion people, or almost one quarter of the world's population.
Feeling feverish after a visit to the tropics?
Global HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts are missing a major opportunity to significantly improve health conditions in poor countries by simply adding low-cost care for the many other chronic and disabling diseases routinely afflicting and often killing these same patients.
As bed bug populations spread throughout the United States, scientists at ASTMH meeting release new research on their biology and behavior.
Fatal snakebites are a bigger-than-acknowledged global health problem that has been vastly under-reported.
DEERFIELD, Illinios, February 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The first assessment of the total cost of dengue illness in the Americas reveals the economic burden to be approximately $2.1 billion per year, exceeding that from other viral illnesses including human papillomavirus (HPV) and rotavirus.
GAITHERSBURG, Md., Nov. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- GenVec, Inc.
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