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Clinicians have noticed since the early days of the AIDS epidemic that some individuals, although few and far between, have been infected with HIV but failed to progress to AIDS.
As supportive technologies improve and become cheaper, I suspect you will see more and more consumers becoming fans of do-it-yourself healthcare
Infectious diseases offer important clues as to what we can expect in the new world of urbanization, globalization, and climatic change.
In the interest of telling the unvarnished truth, here are a couple of examples of the effect of globalization and global warming on health.
Dr. Dov Michaeli postulates what's better, vaccines or antibiotics. We know vaccinations work and most bacteria are antibiotic resistant. So, the choice is obvious, right? Read on.
It is now generally accepted that H. pylori is responsible for most cases of gastric ulcers and stomach cancer, thanks to the discovery of the role of H. pylori.
Prions are ordinary cellular proteins that are able to form two 3-D shapes—one normal and one misfolded. The misfolded prion causes diseases.
Tai Chi alone increased participants' immunity to varicella suggesting the brain plays an important role in the immune response.