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Publication Date:
8/8/2019
Post Date: 8/9/2019

As a result of international outcry stemming from a Chinese scientist that brought the world’s first genome edited babies, China has established a national committee that will advise on research and ethics regulations.

Publication Date:
8/8/2019
Post Date: 8/9/2019

A recently published report on the US poultry industry provides a better picture of antibiotic use within US poultry farms.

Publication Date:
8/6/2019
Post Date: 8/8/2019

The Federal Drug Administration has warned that certain insulin pumps are vulnerable to cyberattacks, prompting recalls from the identified pumps that could put patients at risk.

Publication Date:
8/6/2019
Post Date: 8/8/2019

Aside from the current Ebola outbreak, the Democratic Republic of Congo is faced with multiple disease outbreaks, including an increasing spread of measles within the region.

Publication Date:
8/7/2019
Post Date: 8/8/2019

Attempting to bring in 10kg of African swine fever infected pork rolls from Vietnam, an exchange student was arrested for violating a Japanese quarantine law.

Publication Date:
8/5/2019
Post Date: 8/8/2019

African swine fever has been detected within a Russian border town as the pig disease continues its global spread.

Publication Date:
8/2/2019
Post Date: 8/6/2019

Researchers in Uganda have begun a two-year trial to assess the safety and immune response generated by a new two-dose Ebola vaccine manufactured by Janssen Vaccine and Prevention.

Publication Date:
8/6/2019
Post Date: 8/6/2019

With 7 out of the 17 regions in the Philippines exceeding the epidemic threshold of dengue for the past three weeks, the Department of Health is conducting a robust campaign to destroy mosquito breeding sites across the affected areas.

Publication Date:
7/29/2019
Post Date: 8/6/2019

This article highlights how the global health security community should emphasize the danger of zoonotic disease outbreak and how those diseases can cross the animal-human species barrier by using Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus as a prime example.

Publication Date:
8/5/2019
Post Date: 8/6/2019

A team of researchers from South Korea and the United States have developed a device that can control neural circuits via a tiny implanted chip. This device may have the potential to speed up the detection of brain diseases, depression, and pain.