It’s an unexpected finding which might end up making a very big difference.
“Tools like CATCH will help us and others detect outbreaks earlier and generate more data on pathogens that can be shared with the wider scientific and medical research communities,” the authors say.
The neurological disorder often begets another disease: addiction.
Researchers advise parents to employ strategies that are evidence-based — otherwise, their well-intended measures might not amount to all that much.
Improvise, adapt, eliminate.
Dirt me uuuuupppp.
This is far from being a final drug, but it’s still extremely exciting.
Finally, a use for wasps.
The remains of a 20-year-old woman found in Sweden may help scientists retrace the origin of the deadly disease.
Get lost, deadly virus.
A huge number of people risks having inadequate access to life-saving treatment.
Static exercises seem to outperform dynamic exercises in terms of improving heart health.
Cool, now we need to find one for the economy, too!
Dogs really have an amazing sense of smell.
Faced with the hot and dry savannah, the African elephant evolved a creative solution.
The resilience and adaptability of these superbugs is impressive — and scary.
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.