Monocyte-derived cells, which are part of the immune system, have been found to play a significant role in fighting off the bacterium that causes Legionnaire’s disease.
Scientists have shown how both human behavior and virus biology affect which strains of influenza are in circulation.
High doses of a common epilepsy drug leads to an increased risk of having a baby with specific birth defects, according to a new study.
A new study proposes that over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs may be useful in stopping the spread of cancer cells via the lymphatic system.
Researchers have found that patients carrying genetic mutations that characterize Lynch syndrome face an increased risk of developing breast and pancreatic cancer.
Australian researchers have discovered a molecule called PfSET10 that is key to malaria’s ‘invisibility cloak.’
RMIT University researchers have begun recruiting volunteers for a new study investigating the use of acupuncture and counseling as a treatment for tension headaches.