Ebola and other infectious diseases

Ebola and other haemorrhagic fevers, flu, measles, cholera, polio, malaria, hepatitis, small pox, hepatitis, leprosy - all the diseases that are caused by pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites or fungi. These diseases can be spread, directly or indirectly, from one person to another.
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Foetus

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vaccine,health

Do you know how many diseases vaccines can prevent? Which ones we've eradicated -- or will eradicate soon? Where did the vaccine-autism myth come from?

6th-Century skeletons shed light on deadly plague outbreaks

The plague is considered a re-emerging disease in parts of the world, so new insights into evolutionary changes, adaptation and its impact could prove important.

Scientists trying to predict where Zika will hit next

In the last few weeks the Zika virus has sickened more than 100 people in Singapore and started spreading in Florida, and no one knows where to expect the next outbreak.

Nigeria's urgent polio vaccination drive targets 25 million

Zika Vaccine Trial: Too Little, Too Late?

Ebola may be present in semen for more than a year

Ebola may be present in semen for more than a year

3 drugs identified to potentially fight Zika virus

Nigeria's urgent polio vaccination drive targets 25 million

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