SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018

Scientists discover novel way to develop malaria vaccines

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Hong Kong investigates case of Legionnaires' disease

The Hong Kong Department of Health's Centre for Health Protection announced on Thursday that it was investigating a case of Legionnaires' disease in Shenzhen. Read More »

Researchers develop method to deliver vaccines directly to lymph nodes

The Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT recently developed a new way to deliver vaccines for polio, influenza and measles directly to lymph nodes, which produces a stronger immune response. Read More »

Study examines malaria control efforts in Africa

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World Bank to provide Togo with $14 million anti-malaria grant

The World Bank announced on Wednesday that its International Development Association would provide the nation of Togo with a $14 million grant to protect vulnerable women and children from malaria and malnutrition. Read More »

Meningitis vaccine could reach remote African areas

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Dengue virus' method of entry into cells uncovered by research

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Penn State researchers discover bacteria with antimalarial potential

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CDC says flu skewed young this season

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Hong Kong learns of two new human cases of avian flu in China

The Hong Kong Department of Health's Centre for Health Protection announced on Friday that it received notification of two additional human cases of avian influenza A H7N9 in China. Read More »

New research shows Malaria parasite originated in Africa, not Asia

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Study finds correlation between flu vaccination and decreased risk of stroke

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Saudi Arabia reports two new cases of MERS-CoV

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More than 5,900 cases of Chikungunya in Caribbean, South America

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Study to examine pros and cons of meningitis vaccine in the U.K.

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New discovery increases efficacy of mouse model in RASV clinical testing

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WHO to help administer 140,000 cholera vaccines in South Sudan

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Nine additional avian flu cases reported in China

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Rutgers team determines structure of hepatitis C surface protein

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CDPH reports increase in measles prevalence

The California Department of Public Health recently announced that measles prevalence is more than seven times higher than last year, as it has already reported 15 confirmed cases so far this year across the state. Read More »