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NY town eyes limit on use of Plum Island

Honeybees may be making wild cousins ill

30,000-year-old virus from permafrost is reborn

Experts: It was a busy, black-eye year for disease control

Amazonian tribe study shows how human bodily bacteria is changing

Building a frog-proof fence

Scientists offer hope for the Tassie devil

Some seek to halt sale of NY's Plum Island, lab

Flu vaccine more effective for women than men: study

US rolls back oversight of potentially dangerous experiments

Seals not Columbus brought TB to Americas

Shades of Pigpen: We travel with our own germs

Study: We travel with our own germs

How to fix US biosecurity leaks? Close some labs

Saudi Arabia takes heat for spread of MERS virus

Bacteria can linger on planes for a week: study

Scientists teaching goannas to avoid eating toxic pest

Experimental drug offers promise in fight against measles

Judge: Iowa State U. must shield 'pink slime' data

Beekeepers sue EPA to ban pesticide, protect bees

Australian scientists confirm Chinese horseshoe bats responsible for SARS...

Flu vaccine more effective for women than men: study

DNA from ancient plague points to modern peril

Thriving Somerset koalas give scientists hope for species survival

Scientists find gut bacteria that prevents food allergies

Scientists find compound to fight virus behind SARS and MERS

Long Ebola outbreak boosts odds of mutation to help it spread

CDC director reveals new incident with bird flu, widespread safety lapses

Your friends may be your fourth cousins: US study

Don't destroy last smallpox stockpiles, scientists urge

Scientists make bacteria-killing fabric

Exclusive - U.S. Ebola researchers plead for access to virus samples

Poppy processors start research on devastating fungus

NY, Conn. lawmakers try to halt Plum Island sale

Texas company: Microwave keeps bread mold at bay

Scientists find ancient plague DNA in teeth

US Senate panel calls on CDC to explain anthrax incident

Area of animal-to-human Ebola risk bigger than thought: study

The buzz on caffeine in coffee: A genetic quirk

Caffeine in coffee: A genetic quirk

Exclusive: U.S. government scientists retrace events leading to anthrax...

US government scientists retrace events leading to anthrax breach

MERS virus likely to reach Australia, health authorities warn

Lab half a world away at center of West Africa Ebola fight

Key genes for Spanish flu pandemic 'exist in nature' - study

More US lab workers may have been exposed to anthrax

Doctor faecal transplants curing incurable diseases like Crohn's