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In this new Lucile Packard Children's Hospital video, Yvonne Maldonado, MD, the hospital's chief of infectious disease, discusses what's coming this flu season and provides …

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In a release today, the National Institutes of Health highlighted work being done to model the spread of H1N1 and to test the effectiveness of …

John Rennie has written an absolutely fascinating entry on his blog The Gleaming Retort (which is part of the new PLoS Blogs network) about the …

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According to an article on Slate.com, Wakefield has a more than 20-year history of dodgy research practices, beginning with a 1993 paper in which he asserted that the measles virus causesCrohn's disease

According to an article on Slate.com, Wakefield has a more than 20-year history of dodgy research practices, beginning with a 1993 paper in which he asserted that the measles virus causesCrohn's disease

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Scientists at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the biotech company PolyMedix have developed a new antibiotic that quickly kills bacteria by blasting holes in their cell membranes. In a clinical trial, the antibiotic worked on staph infections, including MRSA.

Scientists at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the biotech company PolyMedix have developed a new antibiotic that quickly kills bacteria by blasting holes in their cell membranes. In a clinical trial, the antibiotic worked on staph infections, including MRSA.

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