Scientists are getting positive results from a newly developed Chikungunya vaccine. The National Institutes of Health says early clinical trials are showing the vaccine produces antibodies that successfully fight the virus. Chikungunya is spread by mosquitoes. Symptoms include joint pain with headache and fever.
And a little added fat can be good for premature babies. That's according to a study published in the Journal of Pediatrics. Researchers found giving added human milk fat to premature infants improves their growth. Adequate development in early stages can lead to better long term health for premature babies.
(Brian Webb, for CBS News)
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