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SIDS: Breastfeeding for Two Months Halves the Risk

According to new research, it was found that the risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in infants could be reduced to half if their mother breastfeeds them for at least two months. The researchers showed that mothers do not require breastfeed exclusively for their infants to get the benefit, a potential benefit was identified.

Scientists identify infection mechanism of rift valley fever virus

A new study published in the journal Science described the mechanism exhibited by the Rift Valley fever virus for the insertion of one of its surface proteins into the host cell membrane, thereby it proliferates and infects the cell. The better understanding of the mechanism would lead to the development of new therapeutic strategies for the infection.