Articles Tagged with “INFECTIOUS DISEASE”

Humans share three out of five infectious diseases with animals. New solutions are gently bridging the species divide.

Mini gut models give scientists a front row seat to some of the most puzzling pathogen behaviors.

The world’s leading labs want to create a novel vaccine in record time. A researcher from Boston’s Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard shares his view from the front lines.

Waiting a decade or more for new vaccines may be a thing of the past, thanks to the revolution of rational vaccine design.

Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss the revolution of rational vaccine design.

Climate change becomes a flashpoint for a new generation of physician activists.

AIDS still kills, in numbers more vast than most people realize. But the right blend of science and policy could end the scourge.

Slowing climate change is important for our health long term. But cleaning up polluted skies will also yield immediate health benefits.

A new vaccine may prevent valley fever and break a long-standing impasse on fungal research.