The first thing that went through Alison Avenell’s head when she heard Yoshihiro Sato had died was that it might be a trick

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Your first bout of flu may determine how you fare during the next pandemic. That’s why scientists are trying to understand immunologic imprinting

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Microbiome testing companies have become a thing, offering consumers a chance to see a snapshot of the billions of microbes that reside in their bodies. Some promise even more from a swab: personalized advice on how to improve your health

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An infection that probably killed a young Norwegian woman some 800 years ago is helping scientists to chart the evolutionary history of an important group of disease-causing bacteria.

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Electronic medical records are everywhere – annoying to doctors and intrusive to patients. But now researchers are looking to see if they can plow through the vast amount of data that’s gathered in those records, along with insurance billing information, to tease out the bits that could be useful in refining treatments and identifying new uses for drugs.

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Machine learning on mountain of safety data improves automated assessments

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The advent of social media technology has opened many new avenues of research in population health, demographics, psychology, and the social sciences

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If Misused, Synthetic Biology Could Expand the Possibility of Creating New Weapons; DOD Should Continue to Monitor Advances in the Field, New Report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Says

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