Vaccines work, definitely!
Dengue is a mosquito-borne disease that causes flu-like symptoms but can be lethal and kill up to 20% of those with severe dengue.
Real doctors and healthcare professionals support vaccines to stave off potentially deadly infections.
Do you have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)? The annual flu vaccine can be a lifesaver for you.
This is especially true among older or sicker people.
Flu vaccines also offer protection against heart failure.
Countries need to account for health in all cost-benefit analyses of climate change mitigation.
The global disease burden of meningitis remains unacceptably high.
Thanksgiving does not always go as planned especially if you get sick with the flu or gastroenteritis (sometimes called “stomach flu”) or food poisoning.
Things are becoming more and more concerning.
An aggressive campaign of producers of baby formula has led to a decrease in breastfeeding rates.
The figures suggest that one in five men and one in six women will develop the disease in their lifetime.
Flu vaccine seems more effective in women; men recover faster from the flu.
Bombali is not a portmanteau of Bombay and Bali; it is a novel virus in bats in Sierra Leone.
Pregnant women can be reassured there is no risk of autism to their babies due to Tdap vaccine.
A new study suggests obesity may play an important role in flu transmission.
Bats can maintain just enough defenses against illness without triggering the immune systems from going into overdrive
Norovirus is a silent killer, being one of the most dangerous bugs out there.
The first case was reported in the Netherlands.