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Chronic Lyme disease is a nightmare. Here’s why it’s so hard to detect and treat.
Tens of thousands of Americans may have it. But few are getting the expert help they need.
The US hit 120,000 new COVID cases on Thursday, breaking records for the second day in a row
Case counts have been soaring for the past month.
Why COVID-19 attacks aging immune systems so fiercely
The US president’s age makes him more vulnerable to the virus and its many side effects.
Why no one knows if you can catch COVID-19 twice
More evidence is needed to determine whether people who recover from the novel coronavirus are vulnerable to reinfection.
Some viruses can actually protect our health
We may even rely on certain types of viruses to ward off infections.
The Sinister Way Staph Avoids Arrest During Infection
Researchers have learned another way Staphylococcus aureus evades the immune system
Solving Another MERS Mystery
Researchers have found the coronavirus uses a known evasion mechanism
Big Pic: A Fruit Fly Born In Outer Space
Something seems a little off here…
How Bat Genomes Could Help Make You Healthy
A new genetic analysis shows how bats avoid disease and live exceptionally long lives--information researchers could use to design drugs for people.
Human Vaccine Cures Prostate Cancer in Mice
It’s a story of mice and men with huge implications: Mayo Clinic researchers and collaborators from the UK have apparently … Continued