An 11-year-old boy presented to his primary care provider with a fever of 2 days’ duration. The fever was described as intermittent, particularly occurring in the evenings, and being partially relieved with...
A new registry database aims to track COVID-19 cases among patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
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There is controversy surrounding the type of malaria aid first-world governments should provide developing countries and to what extent that aid should be given. What are your thoughts on the issue? Let us...
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Malaria was the cause of an estimated 435,000 deaths around the world in 2017, according to the World Health Organization. On this World Malaria Day, test your knowledge about preventing the disease.
Lorenzo Subissi, PhD, answers our questions about his study that investigated subsequent mortality among people discharged from a treatment center after the 2013-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Morten A. Nielsen, PhD, from the University of Copenhagen, answers our questions about his team’s research on a new potential malaria vaccine.