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Why do viruses cause disease? by Vincent Racaniello Posted Fri 07 Feb 2014 12:00am Virulence, the capacity to cause disease, varies markedly among viruses. Some viruses cause lethal disease while others do not. For example, nearly all humans infected with rabies virus develop a disease of the central nervous system which ultimately leads to death. In contrast, most humans are infected with circoviruses with no apparent conse ... Read on »
Antibiotics in nutshell!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 10:13pm An antibiotic is a substance or compound that kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria. Antibiotics can be broadly classified as either bactericidal or bacteriostatic. Bactericidals kill bacteria directly where bacteriostatics prevent cell division. Antibiotics which target the bacterial cell wall (penicillins, cephalosporins), or cell membrane (po ... Read on »
Health Headlines - June 20 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm U.S. Parents Concerned About Media Violence, Sex: Survey A new survey released Tuesday found that two-thirds of American parents are very concerned about their children's exposure to sex and violence through media such as television, the Internet, and computer games. The Kaiser Family Foundation survey of 1,008 parents of children, ages 2 ... Read on »
The signs of long-term bacterial prostatitis tend to be milder than acute bacterial prostatitis by winter1101 Posted Tue 21 May 2013 2:29pm What would be the causes regarding Prostatitis? Many clients are not aware of the specific reason of the illness. like a subject connected with reality, prostatitis could be classified straight into acute and long-term prostatitis, and the long-term kind is usually grouped in to microbe as well as non-bacterial kinds. Let us take a glance for ... Read on »
Ocean Creatures May Hold Key for New Infectious Disease Drugs by A4M Posted Thu 21 Feb 2013 10:10pm Posted on Feb. 18, 2013, 6 a.m. in Infection Protection Ocean animal species have existed in harmony with their bacteria for millions of years, these benign bacteria have devised molecules that can ... Read on »
Inflammation: The Elephant in the Room by jpetersen Posted Wed 22 Sep 2010 12:00am Guest post by Bryan Hyde – another patient at Tampa General Hospital. We met out on the steps of the valet area one day waiting for our cars to be brought to us like kings. I am a 38 year old male with cystic fibrosis. My journey started 12 years ago when my PFTs were in the low 30s and I decided I was not going to go out with a whimper. ... Read on »
Almost every type associated with prostatitis is the result of infection by winter1101 Posted Tue 21 May 2013 3:25pm The preventing of the tv on the other hand does not prevent it from carrying on with for you to make the particular seminal fluid. While most of these pipes hindering may not be an matter, as soon as an adequate amount of these people stop, they're able to increase the size of in order to this sort of proportions that they're going to cause t ... Read on »
Where Do MRSA Infections Come From? by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Tue 26 Nov 2013 6:00am Dr. Coates is a veterinarian based in the other “Sunshine State” – that's Colorado to the rest of you – where she lives and plays with a varied range of animals. She shares her professional and personal experiences, Monday through Friday, here on petMD's blog, the Fully Vetted. Log in for your daily dose of her insight and wisdom. < Previous P ... Read on »
Faculty videos: ASM 2013, Denver by f1000 Posted Fri 28 Jun 2013 6:45am At last month’s American Society of Microbiology meeting in Denver, our Publisher Kathleen Wets met with up with some of the Faculty of F1000Prime: Faculty Member Joanna Goldberg and Section Head Tom Silhavy . She also visited Philippa Marrack , Head of the Immunology Faculty, at the National Jewish Health in Denver. All were kind enough to spa ... Read on »
When dominoes fall by f1000 Posted Fri 19 Aug 2011 10:32am How’s this for a demonstration of how science builds in incremental steps, on the efforts of others? And, sadly, how cracks in the foundation have effects further up in the edifice. In 2005, the laboratories of Fred Ausubel and Jorge Vivanco, at Harvard and Colorado State University respectively, published a paper in Nature, Mediation of pa ... Read on »