The condition can cause a rash on a patient's buttocks that resembles the red hindquarters of some monkeys.
Widely-circulated news reports in June claimed that a new eyeball licking fad among Japanese schoolchildren was spreading disease. It was too good, or too weird, to be true. Continue reading →
Viruses with their own immune systems can kill bacteria, and could be key in fighting superbugs.
Researchers are investigating whether antibiotic use in newborns affects intestinal bacteria, triggering allergies and asthma later in life.
A rash of cases of leprosy in the South is tied to an unusual dinner choice: armadillo.
Has a whooping cough outbreak in Washington State been caused by parents?
A vaccine against HPV is now approved for use against anal cancer, yet few people are using it.
One dental researcher thinks he's found a way to permanently stave off the cavity-causing bacteria.
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