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Slashdot Items Tagged "disease"

Date / TimeStory
Tuesday June 09, 2015 @10:33AM Computer Modeling Failed During the Ebola Outbreak
Saturday June 06, 2015 @01:30AM Diphtheria Returns To Spain For Lack of Vaccination
Tuesday May 19, 2015 @08:03AM Forecasting the Next Pandemic
Saturday May 09, 2015 @06:09PM WHO Declares Liberian Ebola Outbreak Over
Saturday March 21, 2015 @06:12PM Ebola-Proof Tablet Developed By Google Set For Deployment In Sierra Leone
Saturday February 21, 2015 @07:40PM Drug-Resistant Malaria May Pose Major Threat
Thursday February 05, 2015 @09:02AM Mississippi - the Nation's Leader In Vaccination Rates
Thursday January 22, 2015 @04:22PM New Advance Confines GMOs To the Lab Instead of Living In the Wild
Thursday October 30, 2014 @08:20AM Ebola Forecast: Scientists Release Updated Projections and Tracking Maps
Sunday October 12, 2014 @05:28PM Feces-Filled Capsules Treat Bacterial Infection
Sunday October 12, 2014 @10:08AM Texas Health Worker Tests Positive For Ebola
Tuesday October 07, 2014 @08:13AM AIDS Origin Traced To 1920s Kinshasa
Friday October 03, 2014 @06:08PM GlaxoSmithKline Released 45 Liters of Live Polio Virus
Thursday October 02, 2014 @09:53AM After Dallas Ebola Diagnosis, CDC Raises Estimate of Patient's Possible Contacts
Friday September 26, 2014 @06:13PM How Did the 'Berlin Patient' Rid Himself of HIV?
Monday September 08, 2014 @01:32AM Denver Latest City Hit By Viral Respiratory Infection That Targets Kids
Saturday September 06, 2014 @01:55PM Survivors' Blood Holds Promise, But Draws Critics, As Ebola Treatment
Friday September 05, 2014 @08:51PM Obama Administration Seeks $58M To Put (Partly) Toward Fighting Ebola
Friday August 29, 2014 @07:29PM Anti-Ebola Drug ZMapp Makes Clean Sweep: 18 of 18 Monkeys Survive Infection
Thursday August 21, 2014 @07:27AM Study: Seals Infected Early Americans With Tuberculosis
Thursday August 14, 2014 @11:56AM How to Maintain Lab Safety While Making Viruses Deadlier
Friday August 01, 2014 @05:55PM US Army To Transport American Ebola Victim To Atlanta Hospital From Liberia
Thursday July 17, 2014 @03:19PM More Forgotten Vials of Deadly Diseases Discovered
Saturday July 12, 2014 @07:51PM CDC Closes Anthrax, Flu Labs After Potentially Deadly Mix-Ups Come to Light
Friday July 11, 2014 @06:01PM Child Thought To Be Cured of HIV Relapses, Tests Positive Again
Tuesday July 08, 2014 @07:38PM A Box of Forgotten Smallpox Vials Was Just Found In an FDA Closet
Saturday June 07, 2014 @07:09AM Mad Cow Disease Blamed For Patient's Death In Texas
Monday May 12, 2014 @10:39AM Norwegian Infectious Disease Specialists Have New Theory On HIV In Africa
Tuesday April 01, 2014 @11:53PM Threatened Pandemics and Laboratory Escapes: Self-fulfilling Prophecies
Friday February 28, 2014 @11:20PM Belgian Barrels Reveal History of Human Gut Microbes
Tuesday January 14, 2014 @09:25AM India Frees Itself of Polio
Friday September 20, 2013 @07:34PM Extreme Microbe Brewing: the Curse of Auto-Brewery Syndrome
Sunday July 28, 2013 @09:52AM GMO Oranges? Altering a Fruit's DNA To Save It
Thursday July 18, 2013 @08:08AM Scientists Silence Extra Chromosome In Down Syndrome Cells
Saturday June 01, 2013 @06:27PM Researchers Determine Chemical Structure of HIV Capsid
Tuesday February 19, 2013 @09:43AM Ancient Teeth Bacteria Record Disease Evolution
Wednesday January 30, 2013 @12:02PM Brain Pacemaker Implants Used To Treat Alzheimer's
Sunday December 23, 2012 @06:05AM Specific Gut Bacteria May Account For Much Obesity
Friday December 14, 2012 @09:26AM Github used to track tree disease
Monday November 26, 2012 @07:04PM Newly Developed RNA-Based Vaccine Could Offer Lifelong Protection From the Flu
Thursday November 15, 2012 @08:34PM High Security Animal Disease Lab Faces Uncertain Future
Wednesday November 14, 2012 @06:19AM High security animal disease lab faces uncertain future
Sunday October 21, 2012 @04:59PM States Face Huge Task In Tracking Meningitis-Tainted Drugs
Sunday September 09, 2012 @01:27PM Yosemite Expands Scope of Hantavirus Warning: More than 20,000 At Risk
Friday August 31, 2012 @03:22AM University of Cape Town announces cure for Malaria
Sunday August 05, 2012 @12:38PM Scientists discovered a new avenue for the treatment of vision loss
Friday August 03, 2012 @01:55AM Evidence Shows Cancer Regrowth Is Driven By Cancer Stem Cells
Sunday July 15, 2012 @11:12PM Chemical That Affects Biological Clock Offers New Diabetes Treatment
Friday July 06, 2012 @10:56AM Small Molecule May Play Big Role in Alzheimer's Disease
Saturday June 16, 2012 @02:38PM Black Death Discovered In Oregon
Monday June 04, 2012 @10:42AM Redesigned Cooler Reinvents Tuberculosis Treatment
Friday March 23, 2012 @06:12PM Early Exposure To Germs Has Lasting Benefits
Friday February 24, 2012 @07:01PM New Avenue For MRSA 'Superbug': Pigs
Friday February 17, 2012 @04:22PM Deadly H5N1 flu studies to stay secret... for now
Friday February 10, 2012 @06:26PM Researchers, Biosecurity Board Debate How Open Virus Research Should Be
Friday February 10, 2012 @08:39AM Avian Flu (H5N1): Debate between Researchers and Biosecurity Advisory Board
Friday February 03, 2012 @01:10PM Alzheimer's Transmission Pathway Discovered
Friday January 27, 2012 @11:41PM Bill Gates Gives $750M To AIDS Fund
Friday January 20, 2012 @08:07PM Mutant Flu Researchers Declare a Time Out
Tuesday January 17, 2012 @11:09AM Multiple Sclerosis Damage Washed Away By Stream of Young Blood
Friday January 13, 2012 @07:02PM Totally Drug-Resistant TB Emerges In India
Tuesday December 20, 2011 @09:23AM IBM Tracks Pork Chops From Pig To Plate
Monday December 12, 2011 @01:50PM Scientists Are Now Tracking the Spread of Diseases
Tuesday December 06, 2011 @08:57AM Proteins Build "Cages" Around Bacteria
Saturday December 03, 2011 @03:31PM Repurposing Anti-Spam Tools For Detecting Mutations In HIV
Friday December 02, 2011 @06:47PM Gene Therapy Approach 'Completely' Protects Mice From HIV Infection
Thursday December 01, 2011 @09:08AM Fighting Mosquitoes With GM Mosquitoes
Tuesday November 29, 2011 @01:54AM Paper On Super Flu Strain May Be Banned From Publication
Friday November 18, 2011 @01:41AM Drug-Resistant Superbugs Sweeping Across Europe
Thursday November 17, 2011 @06:35PM The $443 Million Smallpox Vaccine That Nobody Needs
Saturday November 05, 2011 @05:07PM Google Maps, Disease Risk, and Migration
Friday November 04, 2011 @07:36PM Google Maps, Disease Risk, and Migration
Tuesday October 25, 2011 @12:15PM Why So Many Crashes of Bee-Carrying Trucks?
Saturday October 15, 2011 @11:46PM DNA Sequenced of Woman Who Lived To 115
Thursday September 01, 2011 @01:50PM Measles Resurgent Due To Fear of Vaccination
Friday April 08, 2011 @01:36PM "Superbug" Bacteria Found in Tap Water
Thursday October 28, 2010 @05:07PM Stopping Malaria By Immunizing Bugs
Thursday July 15, 2010 @07:19PM First 'Malaria-Proof' Mosquito Created
Tuesday March 30, 2010 @09:18PM Gonorrhea As the Next Superbug
Tuesday March 30, 2010 @05:06PM Gonorrhea: The Next "Superbug"?
Friday July 31, 2009 @05:37PM Amazon US Refunds Windows License Fee, Too
Monday June 02, 2008 @01:28PM Bye Bye Bananas — the Return of Panama Disease
Thursday August 30, 2007 @08:05AM Financial Services Firms Simulate Flu Pandemic
Tuesday March 20, 2007 @09:45AM GM Mosquito Could Fight Malaria
Thursday December 14, 2006 @04:39PM Is Internet Addiction a Medical Condition?
Saturday December 02, 2006 @11:07PM Gates Foundation To Spend All Its Assets
Tuesday November 21, 2006 @06:57AM Stem Cells At The Core of Cancer?
Tuesday October 31, 2006 @04:06PM Timely Book On Bird Flu
Wednesday September 27, 2006 @11:25AM Self Cleaning Mouse
Monday June 19, 2006 @12:44AM Vintage Diseases Making a Comeback
Monday May 29, 2006 @11:12PM Stem Cells in the Heart?
Wednesday May 03, 2006 @11:17AM Americans Are Seriously Sick
Sunday April 02, 2006 @05:21AM Swedish Study Finds Cell Phone Cancer Risk
Sunday March 12, 2006 @06:09PM Videogames Used to Treat ADHD
Saturday March 11, 2006 @04:27AM The Pandemic vs. the IT Department
Thursday March 02, 2006 @10:03AM The Most Dangerous Bacteria
Saturday February 18, 2006 @12:09PM Segway Inventor Turns To Environment
Saturday February 18, 2006 @02:44AM Ebola Vaccine Passes Initial Human Tests
Friday February 17, 2006 @06:53PM Alzheimer's Progresses Faster in Educated People

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