Infections

One quarter of NHS hospital trusts aren’t giving antibiotics to almost half of sepsis patients within the recommended time
'When the next outbreak hits, we will not be defenceless.'
The vaccine could control a new outbreak of the Zaire strain.
An Ebola vaccination has been confirmed as safe and highly effective, after a 100 per cent success rate in clinical trials
An experimental vaccine tested on humans has been found to provide 100 per cent protection against the deadly Ebola virus
Whether you come from a home that sticks tangerines at the bottom of Christmas stockings or you keep a vessel of this orange fruit as an everyday pop of color in the kitchen, this juicy winter citrus is at its peak now.
As we learn more about bacteria, it is becoming ever clearer that they interact with themselves and the environment with more sophistication than we ever dared to imagine. Of course understanding as much as possible about bacteria's day to day life is very important, as it comes with countless implications for how we understand and treat disease.
Winter puts enormous pressure on the NHS as common mild infections spread rapidly and demand for healthcare soars.
You are probably unaware that last week was International Infection Prevention Week. Unlike Bonfire Night or Christmas - this
A woman, who woke up one morning to find she'd lost the sight in one eye, has revealed that her sudden blindness was due