PARIS, May 25 — Scientists unveiled a concept vaccine against flu Wednesday they said may protect against various strains with a single jab.
Tested in ferrets, considered good human models, the synthetic vaccine uses nanotechnology to attack parts of the influenza virus that different strains have in common, they wrote in the journal Nature.
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Life’s a yawn for this two-month-old Bengal tiger cub at the animal refuge La Fundacion Refugio Salvaje (Furesa) in La Libertad outside San Salvador, El Salvador. — Reuters pic
LONDON, May 25 — On the heels of a recent study that finds fish oil can reverse the negative effects of junk food on the brain comes more good news: fish oil supplements could also help reduce the risk ... Read More
LONDON, May 24 — Adidas has launched a new football cleat (or football boot if you prefer) that the company claims will revolutionise your game, increase agility, protect you from injury and give you more ... Read More
LONDON, May 24 — When it comes to keeping gym clothes clean, a new survey finds that most people wash their clothes only after every third workout. Women are the worst offenders, the survey said, with ... Read More
WASHINGTON, May 24 — A blockbuster study in which US researchers reported that they had turned human skin cells into embryonic stem cells contained errors, its lead author has acknowledged.Shoukhrat ... Read More
LONDON, May 24 — Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and Britain’s wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill enjoyed an alcohol-fuelled all-nighter in Moscow as World War Two was in full swing, previously secret ... Read More
NEW YORK, May 24 — “Quomodo dicis latine life-jacket?” quipped one of the Latin-speaking passengers on a tour boat circumnavigating Manhattan on a rainy Sunday morning in May, just after the captain’s ... Read More
GENEVA, May 23 – Swiss researchers said yesterday that they had taken a step closer to unlocking the mystery of ageing after discovering the impact of a longevity gene in mice and then managing to extend ... Read More
BEIJING, May 23 – China’s plan to spend US$6.5 trillion (RM19.74 trillion) on urbanisation to bolster the economy is running into snags, sources close to the government said, as top leaders fear another ... Read More
KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 ― How do we form bonds and social connections? What makes people fall in love and what happens in our body’s biochemical processes during sex?Why are some people more loving than ... Read More
NEW YORK, May 22 ― Researchers found that women who have higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol are rated as having less attractive faces by men than their more relaxed counterparts.Since stress ... Read More
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