Viruses hijack bacteria that feed on sulphur-spewing vents on the ocean's floor and then reprogram the bacteria's DNA that leaves them devouring more of the chemicals erupting from the vents, a new study has found.
Sanofi announced that its dengue fever vaccine was promising in a late-stage trial.
Health officials revised the numbers and reported that the Ebola virus is responsible for 61 deaths so far in Guinea.
Health officials reported that a second wave of the flu has sickened hundreds of people from New York.
A new study found that an oral treatment was about to cure around 90 percent of hepatitis C patients with cirrhosis.
A new study detailed how the H5N1 virus could become airborne.
The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 reported that in Europe, viral hepatitis is more deadly than HIV.
A new study reported that transplant drugs could potentially treat HIV infections.
Researchers have been able to identify good bacteria that protect women from HIV infection and other sexually transmitted infections, according to a new study.
According to a new study, researchers reported that an extract taken from the shiitake mushroom can protect the body from cervical cancer.
HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancer patients typically had initial symptoms that differed from HPV-negative oropharyngeal cancer patients, a new study found.
A new study is reporting that roughly three-quarters of people are infected with the flu but do not have any symptoms.
The FDA panel of experts has recommended the HPV test as the first step in screening patients for cervical cancer.
According to doctors, a second baby born with HIV might have been cured of the virus after receiving immediate treatment.
World's biggest virus, belonging to Stone Age, locked deep under the ice of Siberia for at least 30,000 years was awakened by French scientists recently, The Province reported.