Two experts on medical ethics address the most pressing Ebola ethical questions, from performing CPR to the use of medical placebos.
The massive Agarikon mushroom shows promise for treating diseases such as tuberculosis, cowpox, bird and swine flu.
Each Ebola patient produces a staggering amount of waste that includes everything from the oft mentioned bodily fluids to contaminated bed sheets. Continue reading →
A look at guidelines concerning protective gear finds that there is a lot up to interpretation. Continue reading →
A test involving polymerase chain reaction, or P.C.R., could be used to amplify genetic information, including that belonging to the virus. Continue reading →
A health care worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan, the man who died of Ebola, has tested positive for the disease.
Viruses can disguise themselves in order to fool host cells and survive. Continue reading →
Rats who eat junk food not only get fat, but also lose their appetite for novel foods, new research shows. Continue reading →
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