Cholera

Cholera is an acute, diarrheal illness caused by infection of the intestine with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. The infection is often mild or without symptoms, but sometimes it can be severe.

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New COVID-19 vaccine could provide protection against existing and future strains of coronaviruses

New COVID-19 vaccine could provide protection against existing and future strains of coronaviruses

Candidate coronavirus vaccines show promising results in early animal testing

Candidate coronavirus vaccines show promising results in early animal testing

BGU researchers identify probiotic yogurt-based drug candidates

BGU researchers identify probiotic yogurt-based drug candidates

Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 individuals with blood group AB at highest risk

Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 individuals with blood group AB at highest risk

World Health Day 2021: The humanitarians building a fairer world

World Health Day 2021: The humanitarians building a fairer world

New cellular device with computing capacity could be used outside the laboratory

New cellular device with computing capacity could be used outside the laboratory

Newly discovered enzyme on deadly fungus may be the key to fight fungal infection

Newly discovered enzyme on deadly fungus may be the key to fight fungal infection

Developing a COVID-19 vaccine using inactivated E. coli

Developing a COVID-19 vaccine using inactivated E. coli

Chicken-derived antibody shows potent neutralizing capacity against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

Chicken-derived antibody shows potent neutralizing capacity against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

Key protein in cholera-causing bacteria enables them to adapt to temperature changes

Key protein in cholera-causing bacteria enables them to adapt to temperature changes

India’s COVID-19-related hygiene promotion campaign shows some positive results

India’s COVID-19-related hygiene promotion campaign shows some positive results

Study: Armed conflict affects health needs of  at least 630 million women, children

Study: Armed conflict affects health needs of at least 630 million women, children

International health organizations establish global Ebola vaccine stockpile

International health organizations establish global Ebola vaccine stockpile

Researchers reach important milestone in leishmaniasis vaccine development

Researchers reach important milestone in leishmaniasis vaccine development

Is one-dose COVID-19 vaccination better than two?

Is one-dose COVID-19 vaccination better than two?

Cellid, IVI sign research service contract to evaluate immunogenicity of COVID-19 vaccine

Cellid, IVI sign research service contract to evaluate immunogenicity of COVID-19 vaccine

Certain aquatic insects can forewarn against possible outbreaks of diarrheal disease, shows study

Certain aquatic insects can forewarn against possible outbreaks of diarrheal disease, shows study

As the terror of COVID struck, health care workers struggled to survive. Thousands lost the fight.

As the terror of COVID struck, health care workers struggled to survive. Thousands lost the fight.

Vi-DT typhoid conjugate vaccine met primary endpoints in phase III study

Vi-DT typhoid conjugate vaccine met primary endpoints in phase III study

Oxford University podcast's third season to take listeners on a journey through historical pandemics

Oxford University podcast's third season to take listeners on a journey through historical pandemics