Healthy Gut, Healthy Brain… or Is It All in Your Head?
Apr23

Healthy Gut, Healthy Brain… or Is It All in Your Head?

We have trillions of bacteria living in our guts, but this isn’t a bad thing! In fact, these colonies of bacteria help stabilize our bodies. A recent study suggests that these bacteria can also help regulate behavioral disorders.

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Honeybees Stop Bacterial Invaders Naturally
Apr02

Honeybees Stop Bacterial Invaders Naturally

With growing concern for antibiotic-resistant bacteria, medical experts are looking for new ways to fight microbial invaders. Recent studies suggest that busy buzzing bees may hold an answer.

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Can Printing Organs Shorten Transplant Waiting Lists?
Feb05

Can Printing Organs Shorten Transplant Waiting Lists?

While the list of people who need organ and tissue transplants keeps growing, the rapid development of 3D printing technology may provide a solution to this issue, hopefully leading to a day with 100% organ availability.

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The Quest for Safer Painkillers
Dec03

The Quest for Safer Painkillers

Researchers are exploring different approaches to reducing the addictive affects of opioids used for medical purposes.

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Zinc-ing Outside the (Tissue) Box: Can Lozenges Help Fight Colds?
Oct16

Zinc-ing Outside the (Tissue) Box: Can Lozenges Help Fight Colds?

From runny noses to hacking coughs, the common cold is a yearly visitor that we all know too well. While an immediate cure has not been discovered yet, researchers are pointing to zinc acetate lozenges as a solution to expedite the recovery process.

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Treating Hemophilia Using Genetically Modified Lettuce
Jan15

Treating Hemophilia Using Genetically Modified Lettuce

Researchers are exploring the use of genetically modified lettuce in pills to deliver needed clotting factor to hemophilia patients.

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