Monthly Archives: August 2019

Can graphene help fight mosquito bites?

Mosquitos transmit a significant number of serious diseases. Preventing them from biting is difficult, but some researchers think graphene may hold clues. …read more

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Red wine in moderation may protect gut health

An observational study finds that people who drink red wine regularly but in moderation have healthier, more diverse gut microbiotas than those who don’t. …read more

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Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in North Kivu, South Kivu, and Ituri provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continued this week with similar transmission intensity to the previous six weeks, with an average of 77 cases per week (Figure 1). …read more

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Causes and treatment of a persistent low grade fever

A persistent low grade fever is when a person’s temperature remains between 100.4°F and 102.2°F for more than two weeks. Learn about the possible causes and treatments here. …read more

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How to identify and treat a herpes skin rash

Herpes skin rash outbreaks usually affect the mouth or genitals but can appear anywhere on the body. Learn about identifying and treating herpes skin rashes here. …read more

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