Articles for Tag: "Dr. James Malow"

Study shows fist bump may be safest greeting 
Study shows fist bump may be safest greeting
Though the handshake has been the polite greeting for centuries, new research shows why it may be wise to embrace the bump.
First case of MERS transmission sparks concern 
First case of MERS transmission sparks concern
Our expert shares what you need to know about the disease.
First case of MERS raising concerns and questions 
First case of MERS raising concerns and questions
With the first confirmed case of MERS being reported, local health officials reassure the public.
Polio-like illnesses have physicians wondering 
Polio-like illnesses have physicians wondering
A mysterious sickness has reportedly affected up to 25 California children. Should other parents worry?
4 things to know about this year’s flu vaccination 
4 things to know about this year’s flu vaccination
As flu season approaches, our expert shares what you should know to protect you and your loved ones.
Without new antibiotics, growing resistance a ‘ticking time bomb’ 
Without new antibiotics, growing resistance a ‘ticking time bomb’
The overuse of antibiotics is creating a potential crisis scientist say. New strains of deadly bacteria are proving difficult, if not impossible, to stop.