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Scientists in Australia Use Artificial Intelligence to Develop New Vaccine Against the Flu

Scientists in Australia say they have used artificial intelligence to develop a powerful new vaccine against the flu. The team from Flinders University believe it is...

Two-Wave U.S. Flu Season is Now the Longest in Ten Years

Three months ago, this flu season was shaping up to be short and mild in the U.S. But a surprising second viral wave has...

Food Additive in Frozen Meat, Crackers Worsens Flu, Say Researchers

A common food additive found in many products, including frozen meat, crackers and fried foods, could weaken the human immune system against flu, which...

Flu Could Put You At A High Risk Of Stroke

Catching flu could put you at increased risk of stroke for up to a year, finds a new study. Although the researchers are not sure...

The United States Of America Updates Research On Universal Flu Vaccine

 Maine's independent U.S. senator says he's joining a group of Senate colleagues to call on the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease to...

CDC Says Flu Makes Up To 84000 Americans Hospitalized in Three Months

An estimated 69,000 to 84,000 Americans were hospitalized due to the flu in the last three months, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Misinformation About The Flu Shots Creating Problems

The 2017 flu season was particularly bad in the Northern Hemisphere. Nearly 80,000 people died in the U.S., including 180 children. Already this year,...

Neanderthal Genes Helped Early Human Beings to Fight Flu, Hepatitis

Inter-breeding with Neanderthal gave early human beings the ability to fend off dangerous diseases similar to flu and hepatitis, says a research. The findings, led...

US Airport Gets 2 Health Scares From Inbound Flights

Two major health scares at U.S. airports involving inbound flights are related to pilgrims returning from the Hajj, the Muslim pilgrimage to the holy...

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Pandemic’s Impact on People With Disabilities

Often reliant on a robust caregiving and support network, people with disabilities (PwDs) are a community hit hard during the lockdown and resulting operational...

Investments in Family Planning During COVID-19

Highlighting the need to focus on sexual and reproductive health rights of girls and women, a policy paper released by Population Foundation of India...

Strokes Linked to Covid-19 Have Higher Mortality Rate, Says Research

An international team of researchers has found that acute ischemic stroke (AIS) linked to Covid-19 is more severe, leads to worse functional outcomes, and...

World Population Day: Bringing Back The Debate on Family Planning

Family planning is central to gender equality and women empowerment, and it is a key factor in reducing poverty. Millions of girls and women...