Diarrhea News and Research

Latest Diarrhea News and Research

Undernutrition is the cause of more than 53 percent of all child deaths

Undernutrition is the cause of more than 53 percent of all child deaths

Beef tacos with a side order of Escherichia coli

Beef tacos with a side order of Escherichia coli

Continuing problems with high levels of pesticide residues in fruits popular with children

Continuing problems with high levels of pesticide residues in fruits popular with children

U.S.$2.8 to study a virus associated with respiratory infections

U.S.$2.8 to study a virus associated with respiratory infections

Experimental human monoclonal antibody shows striking benefit in patients with advanced melanoma

Experimental human monoclonal antibody shows striking benefit in patients with advanced melanoma

Alfalfa sprouts recalled due to possible health risk

Alfalfa sprouts recalled due to possible health risk

Dire health consequences for millions of people in Darfur, Sudan

Dire health consequences for millions of people in Darfur, Sudan

FDA investigates school lunch illness in Massachusetts

FDA investigates school lunch illness in Massachusetts

Drinking only bottled water associated with a two-fold risk of infection

Drinking only bottled water associated with a two-fold risk of infection

Chronic diseases are the largest cause of death in the world

Chronic diseases are the largest cause of death in the world

Handwashing education in Pakistan decreased the incidence of diarrhea by more than 50 percent among children

Handwashing education in Pakistan decreased the incidence of diarrhea by more than 50 percent among children

Most Americans are not meeting their dietary needs for calcium

Most Americans are not meeting their dietary needs for calcium

Anti-inflammatory medicine Roflumilast improved lung function in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Anti-inflammatory medicine Roflumilast improved lung function in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Foodborne diseases pose a serious threat to densely populated areas of Asia and the Pacific

Foodborne diseases pose a serious threat to densely populated areas of Asia and the Pacific

KETEK® (telithromycin) is highly active in vitro against Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) isolates

KETEK® (telithromycin) is highly active in vitro against Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) isolates

Significant symptom relief reported in clinical trial patients with irritable bowel syndrome

Significant symptom relief reported in clinical trial patients with irritable bowel syndrome

Helminthic therapy, using worm eggs to treat patients with inflammatory bowel disorders

Helminthic therapy, using worm eggs to treat patients with inflammatory bowel disorders

WHO reports likely Ebola case in Sudan

WHO reports likely Ebola case in Sudan

FDA issues gastrointestinal illness alert regarding raw basil in Texas and Illinois

FDA issues gastrointestinal illness alert regarding raw basil in Texas and Illinois

Zinc may help to accelerate recovery from pneumonia

Zinc may help to accelerate recovery from pneumonia