Human respiratory syncytial virus: an example of why calling them many usually outweighs calling them few, or one

Human respiratory syncytial virus (HRSV) is a beast of a respiratory virus among infants-a leading cause of their hospitalization. One estimate reported the worldwide infection of 33.8 million infants younger Read More …

Severe parechovirus infection in infants: adding to the case for a role in later neurodevelopmental issues…

Human parechovirus (HPeV) infections favour the warmer weather and while we can all be infected, we usually note more severe disease in children.[2] Most infections are mild or probably not Read More …