An mRNA flu vaccine strategy under study to fight the flu—as a shot and intranasal spray

Messenger RNA vaccine technology, once an arcane area of research, became household terminology because of.

New surveillance case definition developed for Multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C)

A new surveillance case definition for multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) associated with severe.

Scientists confirm smallpox vaccine also teaches T cells to fight mpox

There’s even more reason to think a vaccine developed against smallpox can help the body.

How antibody therapy affects the breadth of COVID mRNA vaccines

The findings suggest that monoclonal antibodies received before vaccination may help diversify the immune response.

Novel device detects COVID-19 antibodies in five minutes

Rapid, cheap, and accurate tests continue to be essential for epidemiological surveillance and for health.

Study shows paxlovid can safely be used to reduce risk of severe COVID in people who are pregnant

Findings from a Johns Hopkins Medicine research study published today in JAMA Network Open provide strong evidence.

Ferrobot Swarms for Rapid Viral Testing

At the University of California Los Angeles, scientists have developed a handheld lab kit that.

Researchers discover antibiotic combinations that reduce Staphylococcus aureus clearance

Researchers at the Technion—Israel Institute of Technology have developed a technique to measure the long-term.

Repeat COVID-19 infections increase risk of organ failure, death

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began almost three years ago, scientists have learned that an initial.

Scientists say eye-disease drug may also help fight COVID

An interdisciplinary research team led by UCLA found that a drug already approved by the.