It's not just the flu that's seasonal! Scientist names when 31 diseases most commonly strike
A researcher from the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health found the hazy months of June, July and August cause a spike in gonorrhoea, genital herpes and syphilis in the...
10 days ago - Daily Mail
Baby died at just eight days old after catching herpes from someone with a cold sore
Aliza Rose Friend, from Oakland, Maryland, passed away at just eight days old after developing neonatal herpes from the HSV-1 virus as a 'fluke'. Her life-support was turned...
25 days ago - Daily Mail
Does herpes cause Alzheimer's?
Herpes is the dreaded 'gift that keeps on giving'. But could it also be taking our memories? Decades of research show a striking correlation between Alzheimer's disease risk...
29 days ago - ScienceDaily
More Evidence Herpes Virus Strongly Tied to Alzheimer's
New epidemiologic studies suggest a causal relationship between the herpes virus and Alzheimer's, as the involvement of the immunology system in the disease becomes a 'hot'...
30 days ago - Medscape
Half of Alzheimer's cases may be caused by the herpes virus
Professor Ruth Itzhaki, of Manchester University, claims the virus causes similar protein deposits in the brain to the characteristic plaques of Alzheimer's.
1 month ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Could we prevent Alzheimer's disease by treating herpes?
An exciting new paper suggests that over half of all cases of Alzheimer's disease could be traced back to herpes simplex virus 1, which causes cold sores.
1 month ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Virginia Tech researcher receives $1.7 million to study herpes simplex virus
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke of the National Institutes of Health has awarded Andrea Bertke, an assistant professor of infectious diseases in the...
1 month ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Lab worker caught a deadly rare virus - from a research monkey
Brian Lee, 60, was struck down with herpes B virus while working at Texas Biomedical Research Institute, where 2,500 primates are tested on for research into diseases such as AIDS.
1 month ago - Daily Mail
Long-term treatment with baricitinib well tolerated for active RA
Despite an elevated infection risk, particularly for herpes zoster, baricitinib was generally well tolerated among patients with moderate to severe active rheumatoid arthritis...
1 month ago - Healio
Is There a Cure for Herpes? Nope, and There May Never Be One
Genital herpes is surprisingly common, yet there's no vaccine or cure. Why?
1 month ago - Mens health
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Innovative Treatment for Protecting People With Peanut Allergy
A new treatment on protecting people having peanut allergy was found. Developing tolerance to peanuts over a period of time can help get rid of severity in symptoms upon...
Newly Identified Molecule Can Help Fight Muscular Paralysis
Newly identified molecule can halt the progress of a severe genetic disease that causes whole-body muscle paralysis.
New Blood Pressure Guideline Can Prevent 3 Million Cardiovascular Events...
New blood pressure guideline can prevent more than 3 million cardiovascular disease events over ten years, reveals a new study.
Sexual Preference Recognized as a Risk Factor in Opioid Misuse
Bisexual individuals and homosexual individuals like lesbians and gays are more bound to misuse opioids when compared to those who identify themselves as heterosexual.
Ultrasound of Shoulder Muscle Can Warn of Diabetes
Increased brightness of shoulder muscle on ultrasound imaging may be a warning sign of type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. However, early interventions can be initiated to avoid...
Convection Enhanced Delivery can Halt the Spread of Brain Cancer
The spread of glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer caused by the high pressure of circulating fluid in the brain, could be limited by convection-enhanced delivery
Resiliency of Women to Extreme Physical Activity
From the observation of women who underwent extreme physical training and completed transantartic expedition showed that women are no more susceptible to negative health...
Dual Acting Virus in Cancer Treatment
A new virus that uses protein to simultaneously kill carcinomas and cancer-protective cells was developed by cancer scientists. The virus's dual action will only infect cancer...
Being Bullied at Work May Affect Your Heart
Bullying and violence at the workplace raise the risk of heart diseases, finds a new study.
Noise Pollution in Hospitals Affecting Patients Ability to Rest, Heal and...
Noise pollution in hospitals is a rising issue as it is regularly exceeding international recommendations, according to a new study.