Ready for this? Our DNA contains more than 100,000 pieces of virus DNA. They might even be responsible for our super-charged homo sapien brains, so it's not as icky as it all sounds.
Insect-eating bats that inhabited a hollow tree in a remote village in Guinea may have been the source of the world's biggest Ebola epidemic.
The Ebola virus is no match for these 10 things that can kill it upon direct contact.
Americans have gut microbes that are 70 percent different than chimps', which isn't a good thing.
An entire plant virus is reconstituted from DNA in the 700-year-old sample.
A doctor who recently returned to New York from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tests positive for the deadly virus.
A health care worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan, the man who died of Ebola, has tested positive for the disease.
A new virus rewrites a USB's firmware, staying undetected as it self-installs and quietly wreaks havoc on devices and network systems.
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