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Almost a century after Spanish influenza killed more people than World War I, the world is 10 minutes to midnight on the next big pandemic.
If found to be true, scientists may be able to develop a vaccine to prevent it.
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Make sure your kitty is vaccinated.
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Just because the global emergency is over, that doesn't mean the virus is contained.
The Invisible War
Your computer could become a 'Trainwreck'.
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During WWI there was a war being waged on soldiers from both sides that was far more deadly than any military tactic. This indiscriminate killer slayed soldiers, nurses, victors and losers -- it was d...
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GENEVA/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Researchers around the world are now convinced the Zika virus can cause the birth defect microcephaly as well as Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that c...
Canterbury's preparations for their NRL sudden-death semi-final against the Sydney Roosters have been disrupted, with players reportedly quarantined from the rest of the team as a virus spreads throug...