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Does the Zika Outbreak Mean You Shouldn’t Travel to Florida?

Does the Zika Outbreak Mean You Shouldn't Travel to Florida?"If you have the option not to go there, don't go."​

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Visterra to Present New Clinical Results of VIS410 at the Options IX for the Control of Influenza Conference

Visterra, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company, today announced that two posters and one oral presentation related to the Company’s lead product candidate, VIS410, a novel monoclonal antibody in development for the treatment of seasonal and pandemic influenza A, will be presented at the Options IX for the Control of Influenza Conference in Chicago, Illinois, on August 24 – 28, 2016.

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How to Avoid Sepsis, a Deadly Medical Emergency

How to Avoid Sepsis, a Deadly Medical EmergencyDana Mirman didn’t pay much attention when she noticed what she assumed was a mosquito bite on her shoulder. “After all, I live in Florida, people get bites,” says the 41-year-old communications …

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Edited Transcript of AEMD earnings conference call or presentation 11-Aug-16 8:30pm GMT

Q1 2017 Aethlon Medical Inc Earnings Call

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Zika is spreading in Florida. Here are 9 facts to calm you down.

Zika is spreading in Florida. Here are 9 facts to calm you down.At the end of July, health officials announced that a handful of Zika infections had originated from mosquitoes in Miami, Florida. As of August 18, there were 35 cases in the area — and health officials confirmed today that mosquitoes have been transmitting Zika in a wider geographic area of Miami. Scientists learned that Zika can actually be a lot more dangerous than anyone thought, causing devastating birth defects in fetuses and even miscarriages.

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Nigeria is spending $28 million to fight the return of polio

Nigeria is spending $28 million to fight the return of polioLast week, just as Nigeria was set to mark a second year without a reported case of polio, the World Health Organization confirmed the discovery of two cases in the country’s northeast. In response, the Nigerian government announced that $27.9 million has been earmarked for “polio vaccines and other related activities.” As a part of…

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Nigeria starts emergency polio vaccinations

Polio is a highly infectious viral disease which mainly affects young children and can result in permanent paralysis. There is no cure and it can be only prevented through immunisationNigeria said Wednesday it has launched a mass campaign of emergency polio vaccinations after reporting two new cases of the disease earlier in August. Both new cases were diagnosed in the northeastern state of Borno, which has been ravaged by Boko Haram insurgents, highlighting the difficulty of providing basic health services in the impoverished region. "So far we have commenced vaccination of children," health minister Isaac Adewole told reporters in the capital Abuja, after the campaign started on Monday.

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The 5 Most Important Things to Know About Zika

The Zika virus continues to spread across the Americas, landing it on several watch lists for health organizations. This is what you need to know.

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Why You Should Care About Zika

Why You Should Care About ZikaThere are things people can do to help prevent the spread of the virus

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Retiring in Thailand: The Pros & Cons

It’s a lovely land, but before relocating, get the skinny on this Southeast Asian kingdom.

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