MedlinePlus presents Antibiotics versus Bacteria: Fighting the Resistance What if we couldn’t fight back? Tuberculosis. Gonorrhea. MRSA. These bad bugs are considered by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, or NIAID, to be some of the most threatening organisms on the planet today. They have all joined the… Continue Reading Antibiotics vs. Bacteria: Fighting the Resistance

AMNA NAWAZ: Good evening. I’m Amna Nawaz. Judy Woodruff is on assignment. On the “NewsHour” tonight: containing an outbreak — how the Trump administration is preparing the nation for the threat of coronavirus, while China mounts a people’s war against the disease. Then: After another bruising Democratic primary debate, where… Continue Reading PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb 26, 2020

Here’s a look at every important point, you need to know about the new deadly Chinese coronavirus. This newly identified coronavirus has been spreading in China, and has now reached several other countries. Where did the Virus Come From? Since the virus first popped up in Wuhan, China, in people… Continue Reading Deadly Chinese Coronavirus Symptoms Treatment Prevention | Latest News – Pandemic?

JUDY WOODRUFF: Last month, the Food and Drug Administration formally approved the first vaccine to prevent Ebola. It comes at a crucial time. An outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has infected more than 3,000 people since early last year. And yet the situation could be much worse. What… Continue Reading Despite outbreak, Ebola treatment and vaccine represent ‘resounding scientific success’

Hello and welcome. In this video we are going to talk about Swine flu virus. Swine flu virus is a contagious virus which spreads through the respiratory tract.The symptoms of Swine flu virus are cough, fever, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. Dont you… Continue Reading 4 Best Home Remedies For SWINE FLU TREATMENT – H1N1 INFLUENZA

[♩INTRO] More than eighteen hundred people have died so far in the second largest Ebola outbreak in history. But doctors on the front lines now have a new weapon. Two of them, actually, because a clinical trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo revealed two new treatments which can… Continue Reading We Can Cure Ebola! (Mostly—Which Is Better Than Rarely) | SciShow News

Every second of your life, you are under attack. Billions of bacteria, viruses, and fungi are trying to make you their home. So our bodies have developed a super complex little army with guards, soldiers, intelligence, weapons factories, and communicators to protect you from…well…dying For this video, let’s assume the… Continue Reading The Immune System Explained I – Bacteria Infection

I am called Nourridine Siewe, Postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis. I have always been passionate about mathematics in general, and in particular, the use of mathematical and computational techniques to understand and propose solutions to human problems. My current research interest encompasses the development… Continue Reading Better Treatment for Hepatitis B

Cancer, it’s safe to say, really sucks. We’ve been at war with the disease for years, and every little breakthrough gets us closer to better ways to treat it. But just in the last couple of weeks, we’ve taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer… Continue Reading Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments

Hey it’s professor Dave, let’s learn about pharmaceuticals. We all get sick from time to time. Whether it’s just a cold, or something more serious, and there’s great controversy amongst the public about how to treat disease. Some argue that conventional medicine is best suited to address the health needs… Continue Reading Pharmaceutical Drugs: Inhibitors and the Nature of Disease