All major outbreaks eventually run their course. But history and science suggest many possible pathways.
Alcohol doesn’t discriminate good microbes from bad ones.
An analysis of more than 70,000 cases in China can give us some clues as to who might fall ill...
And you’re more likely to this season.
Infection with measles can hurt the immune system's memory of how to fight other diseases.
New evidence reveals that sneaky cells allow diseases like UTIs to flare up over and over again.
The lowdown on the super strain.
The flu can pass more easily in crowded conditions, like those at the border.
Most pup interactions are harmless, but serious infections can happen.
More reasons to avoid becoming a blood meal.
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