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06/01/2015 - Cold temperatures better for cold virus
The common cold virus can reproduce itself better in the cooler temperatures inside the nose than at core body temperature, a study out today reveals. More

02/01/2015 - Flu virus that became vaccine resistant
A vaccine-resistant chicken flu virus may have provided the breeding ground for a disease that has killed hundreds of humans, researchers have revealed. More

31/12/2014 - Ebola from fruit bats?
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa may have been triggered by contact with infected bats, researchers say today. More

30/12/2014 - One drug to cure all?
A single protein could hold the key to treatments for a range of diseases, including Ebola and some other viral and bacterial infections and cancers, researchers claimed last night. More

22/12/2014 - Ebola vaccine hopes - and delays
A vaccine against Ebola has been undergoing testing in Africa for nearly a year, researchers revealed today. More

16/12/2014 - Virus discovery boosts diabetes vaccine hope
A viral infection may contribute to the development of type 1 diabetes – leading to prospects of an anti-diabetes vaccine, Norwegian researchers have reported. More

15/12/2014 - Call for drug-resistance action
Campaigners have called for a “quantum” increase in funding after an expert predict warned drug-resistance could be responsible for ten million deaths a year. More

12/12/2014 - Vaccine response gene booster clue
Scientists say they have found a gene which may play a key role in making flu vaccines effective. More

05/12/2014 - Basic medical care of Ebola patients "neglected"
Basic medical care for Ebola is being "neglected", despite the fact that it could reduce the number of deaths, it is claimed today. More

04/12/2014 - Flu risk children rethink call
Children born prematurely are among groups who at high risk from flu - but do not appear in guidelines, researchers say today. More

02/12/2014 - HIV evolves and gets weaker
HIV's struggle to evade human immune systems and powerful drugs is weakening its virulence, researchers reported last night. More

01/12/2014 - People urged to get their flu vaccine
Growing numbers of parents are having their young children vaccinated against flu - but the numbers need to increase, according to public health officials. More

28/11/2014 - Europe faces HIV surge
Europe and the former Soviet Union countries are failing to turn the tide of the HIV epidemic, according to stark new figures published yesterday. More

27/11/2014 - New Ebola vaccine hope
An Ebola vaccine has shown promise in tests on volunteers, US researchers announced last night. More

19/11/2014 - Antibiotics wrongly used for colds
Large numbers of people still - wrongly - take antibiotics for coughs and colds, according to the findings of a survey published today. More

17/11/2014 - Measles battle falters
The world battle against measles is faltering, health officials have warned after a surge in deaths. More

17/11/2014 - Ebola drug proofs lacking
Researchers are struggling to demonstrate that drugs and treatments are effective against the Ebola virus, according to an expert committee. More

13/11/2014 - Ebola threat widens in Africa
The African country of Mali has reported the death of a nurse from the Ebola virus as the outbreak's toll of deaths passed 5,000, it was announced yesterday. More

12/11/2014 - Drug to boost vaccines for elderly
Elderly patients could be offered an immune-boosting drug to make vaccines more effective, British researchers say. More

10/11/2014 - Chaplain aids Ebola burial solution
A Muslim chaplain at a British hospital has played a key role in developing new guidelines aimed at tackling the problem of burial in Ebola-stricken communities. More

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