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Adults Over 30-Years of Age Catch Flu Only About Twice a Decade
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Study: Adults Catch Flu an Average of Twice Every 10 Years

Adults catch the flu about twice per decade on average, according to a study published Tuesday in PLOS Biology . The study found that flu becomes less common as people age, with children on average becoming infected with the flu every other year. California Healthline, 7 hours ago
Adults catch flu 'only twice every 10 years' 42661 Medical News Today, 48 minutes ago

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You Get the Flu Way Less Than You Think

If it seems like you're constantly getting the flu, you might be blaming the wrong bugs. A new study published in PLOS Biologysuggests that after age 30, people generally only get the flu about twice a decade. "A lot of people say once or twice a ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago
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Good News! Kids Aren't Dying as Much as They Used To

On a blog post at PLOS, the tropical disease expert Peter Hotez and postdoctoral fellow Jennifer Herricks take a run through the data on the biggest killers of children around the world in 2013, part of a new dataset from Global Burden of Disease ...
 Wired News1 week ago

Scientists successfully trolled conspiracy theorists

A new study published in PLOS One focused on conspiracy theorists and the Internet circles they run in. Perhaps unsurprisingly, after studying 1.2 million people, the researchers found that people with similar beliefs tend to socialize with others ...
 Salon1 week ago Conspiracy theorists tend to believe Facebook nonsense  Gladstone Observer5 days ago
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269,000 tonnes of plastic polluting our oceans, says study

A new study, published in the open access journal, Plos One, has found that nearly 269,000 tonnes of plastic pollution may be floating in the world's oceans.  Microplastic pollution is found in varying concentrations throughout the oceans, but estimates of the global abundance and weight of floating plastics, both micro and macroplastic, lack sufficient data to support them.  To better estimate the total number of plastic particles and their weight floating in the world's oceans, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Oceans laden with 269,000 tons of plastic: study  Business Standard2 months ago Are the Oceans Plagued by Plastic?  Blaze.com3 days ago Fate of ocean plastic remains a mystery  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Culture Clash: How Stem Cells Are Grown Affects Their Genetic Stability

Writing in the February 25 online issue of the journal PLOS ONE, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, with collaborators from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), have definitively shown for the first time that ...
 Infrosoft1 week ago Methods to multiply pluripotent cells for potential therapies raise worries about cancer  PhysOrg.com1 week ago Culture conditions in which stem cells are grown can affect genetic stability  News-Medical.Net6 days ago

SNP Trace Panel Proves to Be a High-Throughput, Cost-Effective SNP-Based Platform for Profiling Human Tissue and Cell Lines

PLOS ONE Paper Profiles 907 Human Cell Lines Company Website: SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- (Business Wire) Researchers at Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, and Fluidigm Corporation have used the Fluidigm SNP ...
 Stockwatch1 week ago Genentech Release: SNP Trace Panel Proves To Be A High-Throughput, Cost-Effective SNP-Based Platform For Profiling Human Tissue And Cell Lines  BioSpace1 week ago FLUIDIGM : SNP Trace Panel Proves to Be a High-Throughput, Cost-Effective SNP-Based Platform for Profiling Human Tissue and Cell Lines  4 Traders1 week ago

Thanks to our Reviewers!

x DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002101 Citation: (2015) PLOS Biology 2014 Reviewer Thank You. PLoS Biol 13(2): e1002101. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002101 Published: February 27, 2015 Copyright: 2015 . This is an open access article ...
 PLoS Biology2 days ago PLOS Biology 2014 Reviewer Thank You  Plosone.org1 week ago PLOS ONE 2014 Reviewer Thank You  Plosone.org1 week ago PLOS Genetics 2014 Reviewer Thank You  Plosone.org1 week ago

Researchers Propose Improvements for Peru's Protected Areas

In a study published recently in PLOS ONE , researchers examined Peru's network of protected areas. They found that many of these don't exist in the areas most important for preserving the country's biodiversity and addressing its threats, and ...
 Epoch Times4 days ago
Infection Control Today

Vaccine hesitancy: A PLOS Currents collection investigating vaccination decision-making

AAAS Annual Meeting 12-16 February, 2015 San Jose, California EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a ...
 EurekAlert!1 week ago PLOS Currents Collection Investigates Vaccine Hesitancy and Vaccination Decision-Making  Infection Control Today1 week ago Researchers examine individuals' confidence or reluctance in vaccination decision-making  News-Medical.Net1 week ago Vaccine hesitancy: Journal collection investigates vaccination decision-making  Science Daily1 week ago
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