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Measles is a highly contagious, serious disease caused by a virus. It remains a leading cause of death among young children globally, despite the availability of a safe and effective vaccine. An estimated 197 000 people died from measles in 2007, mostly children under the age of five.

Measles is caused by a virus in the paramyxovirus family. The measles virus normally grows in the cells that line the back of the throat and the lungs. It is a human disease not known to occur in animals.
The association between viral infections and glioma risk

The association between viral infections and glioma risk

American Psychological Association report highlights effective strategies to combat misinformation

American Psychological Association report highlights effective strategies to combat misinformation

GOP presidential hopefuls use Trump’s covid record to court vaccine skeptics

GOP presidential hopefuls use Trump’s covid record to court vaccine skeptics

Combined application of therapeutic viruses and nanomaterials to revolutionize cancer therapy

Combined application of therapeutic viruses and nanomaterials to revolutionize cancer therapy

Pediatric viral threats surge in the 21st century: A call for One Health approach

Pediatric viral threats surge in the 21st century: A call for One Health approach

CAR-T cell therapy could lead to sustained suppression of autoantibodies in treatment-resistant lupus

CAR-T cell therapy could lead to sustained suppression of autoantibodies in treatment-resistant lupus

States reconsider religious exemptions for vaccinations in child care

States reconsider religious exemptions for vaccinations in child care

Live vaccinations found to be safe for pediatric organ transplant recipients

Live vaccinations found to be safe for pediatric organ transplant recipients

Gates Foundation announces investments to advance mRNA vaccine research and manufacturing

Gates Foundation announces investments to advance mRNA vaccine research and manufacturing

Next-gen intranasal vaccine takes on measles, mumps, and multiple COVID-19 variants in one shot

Next-gen intranasal vaccine takes on measles, mumps, and multiple COVID-19 variants in one shot

Why are most Americans skipping the COVID-19 booster?

Why are most Americans skipping the COVID-19 booster?

Nanotechnology-based strategies for preventing, treating, and diagnosing viral infections

Nanotechnology-based strategies for preventing, treating, and diagnosing viral infections

Health workers warn loosening mask advice in hospitals would harm patients and providers

Health workers warn loosening mask advice in hospitals would harm patients and providers

Students starting school and college in September are at increased risk of serious illnesses

Students starting school and college in September are at increased risk of serious illnesses

Few firm beliefs and low trust: Americans not sure what’s true in age of health misinformation

Few firm beliefs and low trust: Americans not sure what’s true in age of health misinformation

COVID-19 vaccination in low- and middle-income countries should complement routine childhood vaccines

COVID-19 vaccination in low- and middle-income countries should complement routine childhood vaccines

New technique cuts polio detection time in half

New technique cuts polio detection time in half

DDNS technique could reduce the time to detect polio, study shows

DDNS technique could reduce the time to detect polio, study shows

Community health workers boost child vaccination rates in remote Madagascar

Community health workers boost child vaccination rates in remote Madagascar

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