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polyDNA’s May 2014 survey revealed that 14% of elderly respondents wanted to know if a common virus could cause inflammatory bowel disease.
A new survey found that “More than two-thirds of healthy Americans are teeming with HPV,” according to a report by NBC News published on May 20, 2014 (1).
“Recurrent herpes simplex virus type-1 (HSV-1) infection is a risk factor for AD (Alzheimer’s Disease),” according to a study published in Frontiers in Pharmacology on May 7, 2014 (1).
polyDNA’s latest May 2014 survey found that only 26% of respondents knew that a new strain of adenovirus, which normally causes the common cold, can lead to death.
“Certain genes that dampen bodily inflammation were less effective in lonely people, while pro-inflammatory genes were overexpressed,” according to a study published on PsychCentral.com on
“Only 24% of (Hispanic male) participants believed that the HPV vaccine could prevent future problems, and 53% said they would not be vaccinate,” according to the Journal of Transcultural
Antibody prevalence (for EBV), adjusted for age and sex in non-Hispanic blacks is 74%, much higher than other segments of the population, according to an article published on May 11, 2014 in Clinical
In polyDNA’s May 2014 survey, 16% of respondents wanted to know if meditation can boost the immune system against viruses.
Teenage girls who practice risky sex have higher rates of HPV and herpes than those in the general population according to a study reported on Healio.com on May 20, 2014 (1).
“Executives at Gaitherburg-based Novavax (NVAX) say the company has laid the groundwork for a vaccine to combat Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS),” according to The Washington Post website
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