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Viruses

Viruses have always lived among humans, and they killed many millions of people. In fact, without a host, these microscopic parasites cannot reproduce or survive. As scientists discover the chemical rules by which each virus plays, they can begin to control how a virus affects us.

Companion slide set to the video, "Viruses."

Author(s): Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CDE
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Nutritional Problems in Adolescents

Importance of Reading Food Labels

Osteoporosis and Adolescents

Diabetes

Neurogenesis and Disease

Neurogenesis as a Response to Injury

Avian Influenzas: The Viruses

Avian Influenzas: Ability to Change (part 1)

Avian Influenzas: Ability to Change (part 2)

Seasonal Flu vs. Pandemic Flu

Cloning Involves Making Identical Copies

Embryonic Stem Cells Can Become Any Tissue in the Body

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Virus images courtesy of Wah Chiu, PhD, National Center for Macromolecular Imaging at Baylor College of Medicine. Funding for the images provided by NCMI, NIH.