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Spanish flu killed more people than the Great War that preceded it. And tuberculosis even more than that.
One hundred years after their discovery, bacteriophages might have a crucial new role.
Infectious diseases experts are worried about the dawn of the post-antibiotic era.
More and more are infecting humans.
There are many factors at play.
Specialists say more can be done to prevent the infection
Government talks tough on unvaccinated kids in child care
What are we to do about a new meningococcal threat? Emily Dunn investigates.
The man, in his 70s, was immunocompromised.
The decision coincides with new thinking on how to optimise protection.
There is a dispute over the significance of the findings in a new systematic review.
This little tool is a must have.
The strain has twice the mortality of others.
Key studies backing mandatory flu shots are flawed, researchers say.
It is important for GPs to identify which patients require treatment in hospital.
The way HIV shields itself from the immune system could lead us to make new vaccines for other infectious pathogens...
Opinion: The term has acquired significant stigma, hindering our progress.
Final committee report also reveals that a controversial group of 'alternate' GPs is drawing up a clinical guideline...
But flu vaccination is not off the hook, researchers say.
Two weeks in, there’s a temporary shortage.
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