With cases continuing to surge across the US, it is clear that we need a different approach.
Researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine have received a $6.1 million grant to launch a new Center of Excellence in Therapeutics to study the effects of medications on human milk and infant health.
Some scientists have called it “superhuman immunity” or “bulletproof.” But immunologist Shane Crotty prefers “hybrid immunity.”
Genetically engineered mosquitoes could be the key to winning the war against malaria, a disease that affects more than 200 million people every year and kills more than 400,000 – many of whom are children.
A new glioblastoma drug is derived from a microbe found in the ocean at depths of up to 6,500 feet
A species of marine bacteria shows promise for curing a nasty brain cancer.
Expert opinions on the effect of the progressive, relapsing nature of inflammatory bowel disease on a patients’ quality of life.
Studies into the microbiome and how it can help humans eat themselves well are in their nascent stages. However, some of the largest names in food are upbeat about the potential.
Blood-sucking flies may be following chemicals produced by skin bacteria to locate bats to feed on.
A team led by researchers at UC San Diego have discovered how glycans — molecules that make up a sugary residue around the edges of the spike protein — act as infection gateways for SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, which may be a key to countering the virus.