Health Tech News

Potential hot spot for germs: nurses' scrubs
October 2016
A new study looking at how germs are spread at hospitals has identified a surprising potential culprit: nurses' scrubs. Specifically, their pockets and sleeves were the most likely spots to be contaminated, reports WebMD.

The surprising history of the war on superbugs – and what it means for the world today
September 2016

NJ&J to start testing vaccine for Ebola strains, Marburg virus
September 2016
Johnson & Johnson will soon start testing a vaccine the world badly needs — one that protects against the worst strains of Ebola and its very dangerous cousin, the Marburg virus.

Bold claim of multiple sclerosis gene discovery comes under withering attack
September 2016
Scientists are forcefully challenging a recent study that claimed to identify a rare genetic mutation that sharply boosted the risk of multiple sclerosis.

Politics Are Tricky but Science Is Clear: Needle Exchanges Work
September 2016
For decades, public health experts have known that syringe exchange programs reduce the spread of certain viral infections — like H.I.V., hepatitis B and hepatitis C


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