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As people unmask, other viral diseases are making a dangerous comeback
Respiratory syncytial virus infections, which mainly affect very young kids and older adults, are on the rise.
Border detention centers won’t give vaccines, despite flu deaths and potential U.S. outbreaks
The flu can pass more easily in crowded conditions, like those at the border.
Llamas could save us all from the flu
Their blood might hold the key to stopping every flu, every year.
The FDA just approved the first new flu drug in 20 years. Here’s what you need to know.
Xofluza can help thousands of people this flu season, but it's not for everyone.
Can we make a flu vaccine that lasts for life?
The flu shots of the future could protect you for decades.
Proteins Found In The Brain May Help Speed Up Flu Recovery While You Sleep
Research may back up the age-old advice to 'sleep it off'
Amid Controversy, Scientists Publish Recipe For Making More Potent Bird Flu
Just a handful of genetic mutations can turn bird flu into a highly infectious pathogen that could wreak havoc on … Continued
New Drug Can Treat Almost Any Viral Infection By Killing the Body’s Infected Cells
A new broad-spectrum treatment for viruses could be as effective as antibiotics fighting bacteria, MIT researchers report. The method uses … Continued
Study Turns Up Viral Key That Might Lead to Universal Flu Treatment
Researchers have found a novel method for stopping the spread of influenza viruses, a finding that could lead to a … Continued