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Is pneumonia contagious? Causes and transmission
Pneumonia is an infection of the lung tissue that can make it difficult to breathe due to inflammation, fluid, and pus. Learn about how to prevent it here.
Head cold: Symptoms and home remedies
A head cold is a viral infection of the upper respiratory tract. It is usually a mild illness, but it can have a significant impact on everyday activities.
Good moods may boost flu shot efficacy for seniors
Flu vaccines are often less efficient in seniors, but a new study suggests that positive moods may improve the immune system response in people 65 or over.
Why does the flu trigger MS relapse? Study investigates
Researchers have unearthed new information that may explain why the flu can increase the risk of relapse for patients with multiple sclerosis.
Natural compound coupled with specific gut microbes may prevent severe flu
Mouse study reveals how gut microbes fight influenza.Microbes that live in the gut don't just digest food. They also have far-reaching effects on the immune system.
Cure for the common cold is a step closer
A tiny molecule found in the immune systems of humans and animals could be used to develop a cure for the common cold, new research suggests.
Innovative technique developed to produce antibodies
An international team of scientists has discovered a method to generate human antibodies in a laboratory, which could be used to treat many diseases.
High-dose vitamin D doesn't appear to reduce the winter sniffles for children
Giving children high doses of vitamin D doesn't appear to reduce the winter sniffles, a new study has found.Dr. Jonathon Maguire, a pediatrician at St.
Newly identified genetic marker may help detect high-risk flu patients
Researchers led by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have identified a genetic variation associated with influenza severity and the supply of killer T cells that help patients fight the infection.
Green, yellow, or brown phlegm: What does it mean?
The color of phlegm can reveal important things about the state of health a body is in. In this article, learn what the different colors of phlegm mean.
BRAT diet: Benefits, risks, and treating diarrhea
What is the BRAT diet, how does the BRAT diet work, and is it effective? Learn if the diet is safe, when to see a doctor, and what foods to avoid.
New method helps fighting future pandemics
By developing a new technique for labeling the gene segments of influenza viruses, researchers now know more about how influenza viruses enter the cell and establish cell co-infections - a major...
Sinus infections: Are they contagious?
Are sinus infections contagious or not? In this article, learn how to diagnose a sinus infection, how to prevent it, and how to manage symptoms.
Dissolvable microneedle patch for flu vaccine found to be safe and preferred in first-in-human trial
Dissolvable vaccine patch could result in less sharps waste, was found to be stable for one year at 40 degrees Celsius, and was successfully self-applied by participants.
New flu test: One drop of blood could save your life
Australian researchers have developed a world first test to identify which influenza patients will need urgent, life-saving, medical treatment.
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