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When plant foods are ultra-processed, the health benefits disappear

The amount of infectious H5N1 influenza viruses in raw (unpasteurized) milk declined rapidly with heat treatment according to new laboratory research conducted by scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

A major human outbreak of H5N1 is plausible, and the risk is high

Japanese researchers use body’s own genes to treat rare skin disorders

Nitrogen dioxide exposure due to gas and propane combustion by U.S. stoves

Study finds leafy greens responsible for significant portion of U.S. foodborne illnesses and costs

New evidence shows that drinking unpasteurized (raw) milk containing bird flu viruses may be dangerous

Human body lice could harbor the plague and spread it through biting

A small number of New York City wild birds carry highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza, according to a recent study

A new NIH study of prion diseases using a human cerebral organoid model suggests there is a substantial species barrier preventing transmission of chronic wasting disease from cervids (deer, elk…

Rabies outbreaks in Costa Rica cattle linked to deforestation according to disease ecologists at Emory University

Texas dairy farm worker's case may be first where H5N1 bird flu virus spread from mammal to human according to a new report by the CDC

Traces of bird flu are showing up in cow milk

SARS-CoV-2 zoonotic spillover event most likely occurred between August 2019 and October 2019.

Researchers use bacteria-infecting viruses to clean and recycle wastewater produced by the fracking industry

Vaccines do not increase risk for lupus, meta-analysis finds

MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine uptake among young people in England is up by 23% since 2023, reports the NHS

Texan diagnosed with bird flu after disease rips through diary cow population

A quarter of deaths among young adults (20-39 years old) in Canada were opioid related in 2021 with premature deaths related to opioids doubling between 2019 and 2021

Working-age US adults are dying at far higher rates than their peers from high-income countries, even surpassing death rates in Central and Eastern European countries

A contextual understanding of the high prevalence of depression in Latin America

An insecticide paint used on houses in Cabo Verde, Africa, was able to control and reduce the local populations of mosquitoes that transmit yellow fever, malaria, Zika…

Medicines Regimens Charted for Older People Living in Residential Aged Care: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Study Describing the Number of Medicines, Regimen Complexity, High-Risk Prescribing…

Causal associations of central and peripheral risk factors with knee osteoarthritis: a longitudinal and Mendelian Randomisation study using UK Biobank data

A study involving over 11,500 children suggests that forests can offer natural protection against malaria transmission, especially for the most vulnerable children, while deforestation exacerbates the risk of the disease

Use of a risk assessment tool to determine the origin of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)

Teens (ages 13–18) report seeking relief from stress, anxiety, and depression as top reasons for substance use

Prevalence of persistent SARS-CoV-2 in a large community surveillance study - Nature

Among 52000 borrelia seropositive individuals, borrelia seropositivity was associated with short-term risk of atrioventricular block but not other conduction disorders or long-term increased risks

Healthcare providers’ assumptions about patient preferences drive underutilization of lifesaving oral hydration salts in treating childhood diarrhea in low- and middle-income countries

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