Experts are not worried about reports of waning immunity in recovering COVID-19 patients, because antibodies fade all the time, there are always T cells to consider, and robust vaccines are still very much on the table.
It’s opening night at the eighth annual World Science Festival in New York City, and Dr. Greene is explaining Einstein’s theory of relativity to a sold-out audience.
There were far too many amputees—an unbelievably high number, in fact. And a veritable hoard of deaf teens who claimed to have never visited a dentist. And to be gay. And to be gang members. Something was amiss within the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health.
A recent letter signed by 239 scientists suggests that the virus may also spread by airborne transmission, lingering in the air for hours within lighter "microdroplets." But many infectious disease experts are skeptical.
In the study, published Monday (March 9) in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers found that a single dose of the vaccine, called Flu-v, elicited greater immune responses than placebo in a small trial involving 175 volunteers.
The first few weeks of a keto diet may come with a spate of flu-like symptoms, including nausea, fatigue and dizziness, according to a new study.
U.S. life expectancy at birth has increased for the first time in four years, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And a large part of this increase is attributable to a marked decline in drug overdose deaths.
Most healthy people experience little variation in their heart rates at rest, but a new study shows that normal resting heart rates can differ between individuals by an astonishing 70 beats per minute.
After increasing for decades, U.S. life expectancy is on the decline, and a new study reveals some of the reasons behind the alarming trend.