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Eastern equine encephalitis confirmed in Northern Virginia

Northern Virginia's first-ever confirmed case of a rare mosquito-borne disease called Eastern equine encephalitis that is fatal to most horses is spreading concern among health officials who worry that the virus is somehow moving beyond its normal stamping grounds.

EEE is a noncontagious viru... Read More

New York State rolls out HIV "widget" to emergency rooms

A computer application, or widget, developed by a team of doctors from St. Vincent’s Hospital in Manhattan with financing from the state’s AIDS Institute will be distributed to more than 200 emergency departments in New York state this week.

Since time is of the essence in treating someone wh... Read More

Preparing for a Stressful Flu Season

Tara Parker-Pope of the New York Times has prepared some questions and answers about the upcoming flu season for parents with young children.

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Harnessing Bacteria to Make Protein Production Factories

"By adapting a single protein on the surface of the bacterium Caulobacter crescentus, researchers at the University of British Columbia have turned it into a protein production factory, making useful proteins that can act as vaccines and drugs. Dr. John Smit presented the findings at the Society... Read More

Infections may lead to faster memory loss for people with Alzheimer's disease

"Getting a cold, stomach bug or other infection may lead to increased memory loss in people with Alzheimer's disease, according to research published in the September 8, 2009, print issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

The study found that people who ... Read More

Designing Probiotics to Ambush Gut Pathogens

"Researchers in Australia are developing diversionary tactics to fool disease-causing bacteria in the gut. Many bacteria, including those responsible for major gut infections, such as cholera, produce toxins that damage human tissues when they bind to complex sugar receptors displayed on the sur... Read More

DOE Awards $21 Million to Five Projects for Biomass Processing

"DOE announced on August 31 that it will award up to $21 million to five projects for handling and delivering high-tonnage biomass feedstocks to producers of cellulosic biofuels. The awards were selected as the best projects to stimulate the design and demonstration of a comprehensive system to ... Read More

Preparing for the Flu: A Childcare Communications Toolkit

The CDC has just published "Preparing for the Flu: A Communication Toolkit for Child Care and Early Childhood Programs." A .pdf document that provides information and communication resources to help center-based and home-based child care programs, Head Start programs, and other early childhood p... Read More

A scrap from a childhood virus may save soldiers' lives

A harmless shard from the shell of a common childhood virus may halt a biological process that kills a significant percentage of battlefield casualties, heart attack victims and oxygen-deprived newborns, according to research presented Sunday, September 6, 2009, at the 12th European meeting on c... Read More

New Biosensor Can Detect Bacteria Instantaneously

A research group from the Rovira i Virgili University (URV) in Tarragona has developed a biosensor that can immediately detect very low levels of Salmonella typhi, the bacteria that causes typhoid fever. The technique uses carbon nanotubes and synthetic DNA fragments that activate an electric si... Read More

Fungi Week on Small Things Considered

This is the second annual Week of the Fungi on www.smallthingsconsidered.us. Elio Schaechter and Merry Youle plan to "hail the start of the fall mushroom collecting season" by highlighting interesting stories, observations and musings about the various facets of Mycology.

The first post for ... Read More

Deep Inside Bacteria, a Germ of Human Personality

Scientists Hope to Fight Infections by Blocking the Social Creatures' Ability to Sense When They Have Sufficient Numbers to Attack

Bacteria are the oldest living things on earth, and researchers have long felt that they must lead dull, unfussy lives. New discoveries are starting to show just ... Read More

Can American business survive H1N1?

A recent op-ed in the Washington Times by Asa Hutchinson, former congressional representative from Arkansas and chairman of the ReadyCommunities Partnership advisory board, and Michael Schmidt, MUSC Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, calls for the private sector to consider the role of th... Read More

The Claim: Cinnamon Oil Kills Bacteria

In a country obsessed with germs and sickness, antibacterial soaps and sanitizers are becoming more and more common. But because such products contribute to the growing problem of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, some researchers recommend sanitizers made with cinnamon oil, which has been shown in... Read More

TWiV 48: Outbreaks near you

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See Our Survey (2003)

Our survey: PowerPoint Show Format


If you have Microsoft’s PowerPoint, you can download our 17-image slide show.


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TWiV 48

Rodney writes:


Hello, I have been an avid listener of TWiV over the last 9 months or so and have very much enjoyed the podcast. It is always great to hear a broad, informed discussion on virology, and your recent podcast on viral classification was of particular interest to m... Read More

2003 Clean Hands Campaign

Don’t Get Caught Dirty Handed (2003)


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Don't Get Caught Dirty Handed

When it comes to washing their hands, Americans say they are getting the message, but their actions speak otherwise.  While nine out of ten (92%) Americans, in a recent telephone survey, said they always washed their hands after using a public restroom, an observation... Read More

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