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A study of around 500,000 medical records has suggested that severe viral infections like encephalitis and pneumonia increase the risk of neurodege

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Jan 28 2023 - 21:00

There is currently no cure — available treatments primarily focus on prevention by encouraging protective factors, such as exercise and a healthy d

Inverse on MSN.com Jan 28 2023 - 11:00

There is currently no cure for dementia, but getting vaccinated for common viral illnesses may reduce your risk.

Inverse Jan 28 2023 - 11:00

Hospitalizations due to influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) have all decreased in Manitoba, according to the province’s lates

Brandon Sun Jan 28 2023 - 00:56

Addison, who has underlying health issues stemming from a brain injury she experienced in utero, is at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-

Newsday Jan 28 2023 (All day)

Hospitalizations due to influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) have all decreased in Manitoba, according to the province’s lates

Winnipeg Free Press Jan 27 2023 - 08:57

The “tripledemic” of influenza, Covid and RSV, which has caused a wave of illness and hospital overcrowding, is continuing to wane as all three vir

Independent.ie on MSN.com Jan 26 2023 - 18:30

The 13 Head Start locations have access to Primary.Health's web-based platform to manage their infectious disease testing and tracking program

Benzinga.com Jan 26 2023 - 09:06

The potential “tripledemic” of influenza, SARS-CoV-2 and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) infection continues to be a concern.

EurekAlert! Jan 24 2023 - 16:00

Researchers found 22 links between viruses and common neurological conditions often seen in older people.

WebMD Jan 24 2023 - 11:31

That could be a reality in the future with the prevalence of at-home testing for other viruses beyond COVID. Dr.

WKBW Jan 24 2023 - 08:48

Provided by Dorset Echo Dorset residents are being urged to grab a jab to protect them from winter viruses (Image: Dorset HealthCare) A series of p

Dorset Echo on MSN.com Jan 23 2023 - 21:00

In the early days of COVID-19, the virus was spreading quickly while we knew very little about it.

NBC Connecticut Jan 23 2023 - 13:22

Though we often think of viruses as being harmful, only a small percentage of the millions of known species are pathogens.

National Geographic news Jan 23 2023 - 10:33

Researchers recently assessed the clinical impact and epidemiology of viral co-detections in children in the United States of America (USA) during

News Medical Jan 23 2023 - 06:17

Study first to investigate and demonstrate the effects of ‘virovory’ Over a single day, in the placid waters of a single pond, a million virus part

SciTech Daily Jan 23 2023 - 05:07

But does wearing a face mask really prevent the spread of viruses, such as the flu or SARS-CoV-2?

Healthline Jan 22 2023 - 16:00

An enzyme that defends human cells against viruses can help drive cancer evolution towards greater malignancy by causing myriad mutations in cancer

SciTech Daily Jan 22 2023 - 02:30

Situation ‘could have been avoided if the primary healthcare system was functioning,’ says Greek doctor - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu Ajansi Jan 21 2023 - 22:47

Higher levels of “long” colds this winter are the product of a number of different respiratory illnesses “piggybacking” on each other to create a c

The Times Jan 21 2023 - 16:01

The specific ingredients vary slightly among vaccines. The viruses that cause the flu, known as influenza viruses, are constantly changing.

Medical News Today Jan 21 2023 - 16:00

It’s called viral interference, and it simply means that the presence of one virus can block another.Viral interference can happen in individual ce

Inverse on MSN.com Jan 21 2023 - 12:00

A cocktail of viruses is causing respiratory illness and flu in the city even as cases of Covid-19 have come down drastically.

Indiatimes Jan 20 2023 - 15:45

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The Scientist Jan 20 2023 - 10:38

University of Minnesota research emerges as national scientific group backs broader wastewater surveillance, points to ethical issues.

Star Tribune Jan 20 2023 - 08:34

One such approach involves the use of structures designed to attract viruses and when they come close enough, to trap them.

Phys.org Jan 20 2023 - 07:00

Face masks are likely to remain with us for years to come. And hence one should always keep many of them with us at all times.

Hindustan Times Jan 20 2023 - 06:01

A gym in the east has new technology to help in the fight against COVID-19.

WITN on MSN.com Jan 19 2023 - 20:55

Researchers say that the two might be linked. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Jan 19 2023 - 13:30

A perspective article discussed the possible approaches that scientists can take in developing a new generation of vaccines to fight against severa

The American Journal of Managed Care Jan 19 2023 - 09:14

A new test that ‘fishes’ for multiple respiratory viruses at once using single strands of DNA as ‘bait’, and gives highly accurate results in under

India Education Diary Jan 18 2023 - 16:30

COVID-19, influenza, and RSV—are on the decline across the board in Ottawa, according to the latest data from Ottawa Public Health.

CTV News Jan 18 2023 - 09:34

A surge in seasonal respiratory viruses continues to hit Nuneaton's A&E.

Coventry Live on MSN.com Jan 17 2023 - 21:00

There are plants that digest amphibians, algae that feed on fish, or viruses that infect bacteria.

Mena FN Jan 17 2023 - 20:23

Researchers have developed a surface spray that can potentially kill viruses such as COVID-19 as well as deadly bacteria 24 hours after it's a

Perth Now Jan 17 2023 - 17:44

LEBANON — Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center has been operating at 110% of its capacity for several weeks amid a surge of respiratory viruses and s

Concord Monitor Jan 17 2023 - 11:20

Smaller hospitals in the Upper Valley also are busy, in part because when beds aren’t available at DHMC, small hospitals in the area must find othe

New Hampshire Public Radio Jan 17 2023 - 09:16

Researchers say potentially "game changer" technology offers a rapid, low-cost diagnostic platform that is simple and can be used anywher

GEN Jan 17 2023 - 04:00

A new test that 'fishes' for multiple respiratory viruses at once using single strands of DNA as 'bait', and gives highly accur

News Medical Jan 16 2023 - 12:54

A new test 'fishes' for multiple respiratory viruses at once using single strands of DNA as 'bait', and gives highly accurate r

Science Daily Jan 16 2023 - 12:28

Cambridge researchers have developed a new test that "fishes" for multiple respiratory viruses at once using single strands of DNA as bai

Phys.org Jan 16 2023 - 08:00

Flu, RSV, SARS-CoV-2 and 'common cold' coronaviruses share several characteristics that enable them to cause repeated re-infections, incl

India TV Jan 16 2023 - 01:30

Minister of Health Dr. Ahmad Al-Awadhi said that international action is required to face viruses transmitted through ille

Mena FN Jan 15 2023 - 03:47

It’s also a period when COVID-19 spreads more.

Science News Jan 14 2023 - 07:39

The packs of Yellowstone wolves show that some grey wolves aren’t all that grey, and scientists suspect that’s thanks to viruses.

Discover Magazine Jan 14 2023 - 05:00

About 1,000 PCR tests are performed on average each day, and genome sequencing is now being done on any positive COVID test, provincial health offi

Times Colonist Jan 13 2023 - 22:22

The team also discussed strategies for next-generation vaccine development against mucosal respiratory viruses.

News Medical Jan 13 2023 - 13:29

Waves of respiratory viruses and lingering pandemic problems continue to plague the region’s hospitals, which work to balance their operations.

The Business Journals Jan 13 2023 - 11:25

They also investigated viruses present in commensal rodents.

News Medical Jan 12 2023 - 19:48

Flu positivity, currently around 9%, has declined in the past two weeks from about 14%, according to state health data released Thursday, while Okl

Tulsa World Jan 12 2023 - 19:45