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Scientists estimate that each minute of loudly speaking can generate more than 1,000 virus-containing droplets capable of remaining airborne for 8 minutes or more in a closed space
The Chinese team behind a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine says their findings support a 14-day medical observation period for people exposed to the pathogen
However, an accompanying editorial in the New England Journal of Medicine cautioned: 'While e-cigarettes are 'safer' than traditional cigarettes, they are not without risks'
Probiotics are surging in popularity, with the global market predicted to expand from $37 billion in 2015 to $64 billion by 2023
While the results of the M72/AS01 vaccine represent a 'landmark moment,' there is still much work to be done, such as testing in a larger number of people
The vaccine can prevent 11,000 hospitalization and 2,500 severe dengue cases if given to 1 million children over age 9. But it can also lead to 1,000 hospitalizations and 500 severe dengue cases in children who had no prior infection.
Experts say his extreme, do-it-yourself, MacGyver-like approach would not be recommended for most people
The findings raise new health concerns for the survivors of the Ebola epidemic that has ravaged West Africa since late 2013
A study finds that contrary to previous advice feeding foods containing peanuts to babies before 11 months of age may help prevent allergies
Even though the two deadly Ebola outbreaks have separate animal origins the report nevertheless raises concern about the emergence of the virus across Africa
Obesity among US children is largely established by kindergarten a study said
However the cost of the treatment is expected to be at least 80 000 per year making it out of reach to many of the 150 million people chronically infected with the liver disease worldwide