Covid and cancer: The young scientists working overtime to combat lockdown disruption
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Lab staff are working long unpaid hours to reduce the impact Covid is having on cancer research.
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These Resources Will Help You Have ‘The Sex Talk' With Your Kids
I am a high school Family and Consumer Sciences teacher by trade. I teach about communication, healthy relationships , nutrition, finances , and. .. sex. As a secondary health...
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Many natural compounds have various anti-inflammatory and other beneficial properties that humans have been utilizing for medicinal purposes for hundreds of years.
Complementary medicines for weight loss not justified, study suggests
Some complementary medicines result in marginal weight loss but do not benefit health, study suggests.
As India surges, Bangladesh lacks jabs, faces virus variants
India's surge in coronavirus cases is having a dangerous effect on neighboring Bangladesh
Man City made to wait for title, Liverpool boost top-four hopes
Hundreds of Manchester City fans gathered outside the Etihand Stadium for a Premier League title celebration that proved premature as Chelsea ruined the script with a...
When Gateses split, Melinda's influence could grow
Melinda French Gates as frequently spearheaded efforts focused on women's empowerment, an area where some experts say she could expand her giving.
Brain-targeting drug delivery with nano-scaled apoptotic bodies
Scientists from Nanjing University and University of Macau have discovered nano-scaled apoptotic bodies as a new brain-targeting drug carrier, bringing new promise for the...
Specky the paranormal dog, who could see into our lives
Two weeks after we got Specky, my dear sister-in-law Becky passed away - it happened exactly one year ago today.
COVID-19 restrictions in Sydney extended in bid to avoid ‘superspreading event'
Social restrictions imposed in Greater Sydney in the wake of two locally acquired cases of COVID-19 will be extended by a week.
Slow vaccine rollout bursts ‘biotech boom' bubble
The boss of billion-dollar research company Telix, Christian Behrenbruch, is well aware that Australia's promised ‘biotech boom' will require more than government announcements.