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As a matter of fact, just go ahead and make a standing appointment at health services. Photo: RuslanDashinsky / iStockphoto.com | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2013 HPV If you have ever had sex, there's a good chance you already have (or are a
NYC urges hepatitis vaccine for those who ate at New Hawaii Sea Restaurant.in the Bronx. Sept. 22 (UPI) -- New York City health officials are urging all people who recently ate or worked at a Bronx Asian restaurant to get hepatitis A vaccines as soon
A gene mutation explains why some people develop cold sores while others do not, according to a new study. Cold sores -- blisters that appear on and around the lips -- are caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1).
Reports of herpes-infested monkeys gliding through Florida's trees were circulated around the web last week, and oddly enough, the reports are true. But it's probably not the kind of herpes you're thinking of. For non-human primates, including the
the "Company") reported today that Milton Boniuk, MD, the Caroline F. Elles Chair Professor of Ophthalmology at Baylor College of Medicine, and a Director of the Company has invested a total of $7 Million in the Company during the 2013 calendar year.
A colony of Herpes-infected Rhesus monkeys, flinging their feces and viral loads through Florida, now pose an official public health threat to the Sunshine State. Like a Jurassic-Park-with-Herpes sequel, three pairs of the monkeys were first brought
13 September 2013 0 View comments Confidential helplines have been set up for anyone who fears they are at risk of hepatitis C, which can cause serious liver damage (posed) At least 1,300 women who fear they may have been infected with hepatitis C by
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If you think your kids are sick a lot during the school year, that's because they are. Children in day care or in school can have as many as eight to 12 colds a year, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics...Often colds and other germ-
Too few American adults have been vaccinated for shingles, the painful sibling to chickenpox, according to research that calls for efforts to increase the U.S.-recommended inoculation. Fewer than two of 10 Americans ages 60 and older have been