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The new mechanism uses two parts of the immune system to beat viruses, which continue to change and adapt.
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Patients who watched a medically-based television show were less likely to take preventative medications.
Patients who were told to schedule follow-up visits were less likely to show up in the emergency room looking for help.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend healthcare facilities keep a look out for MERS, although no cases have been reported in the United States since the May outbreak began.
Sponges laced with antibiotics should be strongly considered by surgeons, a researcher reflected.
This could help surgical teams treat patients with infections known to have high levels of antibiotic drug resistance.