A lengthy piece published by The Atlantic today explores what might happen when a White House that comports itself with “a casual disregard for evidence” and “reckless self-confidence” needs to deal with a viral pandemic like swine flu, Ebola, or Zika. Guess what: It’s not great!
A baby who was thought to have been cured of HIV was recently found with detectable levels of the virus in her blood.
Here's some hopeful news to take us into Monday! A 2 1/2 year old girl from Mississippi appears to have been cured of HIV — and it's all because of a rather unusual situation.
New research presented this week at the annual meeting of the Insult to Injury Papercut Society suggests that chronic loneliness can have a negative effect on our immune systems. Awesome, guys. I mean, can we not give the lonely people one break? Now they have to have mono too? With no one to bring them soup? It's a…
A drug with the villainous name of "Draco" shows promise against viruses from the common cold to Ebola. But it still needs to be tested in humans.
This jumble of over one thousand unreadable letters is not the product of a kitty dancing on a keyboard. It's a protein found inside of a virus. And it's the longest word in the English language. Probably.