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Cholera pathogen can acquire large stretches of genetic material from neighboring bacteria
In 2015, EPFL researchers led by Melanie Blokesch published a seminal paper in Science showing that the bacterium responsible for cholera, Vibrio cholerae, uses a spring-loaded...
7 days ago - News Medical
Histone modifications play important role in 'zygotic genome activation'
Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology observed changes to the gene-regulating factors during zebrafish development and discovered that modifications to "histone H3", one...
7 days ago - News Medical
Moral Implications of Aborted Fetuses in Vaccine Production
One commonly cited reason for claiming a religious vaccine exemption has to do with the fact that some vaccines are made using aborted fetal cell lines. As reported in an April...
8 days ago - Mercola
100+ Best Pick Up Lines That Never Get Old
Are you curious what the best pick up line is? Whether you're just curious, or you need something to update your dating profile with, we've rounded up literally over one...
8 days ago - Scary Mommy - 4 articles
Stella McCartney Released a Post-Mastectomy Sports Bra For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Adidas and Stella McCartney are doing something huge for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year, they released a Post-Mastectomy Sports Bra as a way to encourage survivors to...
8 days ago - PopSugar
Histone modifications are the influencers of zygotic genome awakening
Scientists have observed changes to the gene-regulating factors during zebrafish development and discovered that modifications to 'histone H3', one of the proteins around which...
8 days ago - ScienceDaily
12 Best Toys & Gifts For 3-Year-Olds According To Experts
As the tiny person in your life continues to grow and develop their skills, you might be wondering what kind of gift is appropriate for a 3-year-old. Not a baby anymore and...
8 days ago - Scary Mommy - 2 articles
Radical Innovators Are Trying to Transform Health Care
Travis Christofferson - who has a premedical undergraduate degree and a master's degree in materials engineering and science - has written two excellent books about health. The...
10 days ago - Mercola
Preppers, take note: Graphene could be a low-cost water purifier
Need a cheap yet reliable way of purifying water without resorting to dangerous chemicals? Russian researchers have discovered the potential of graphene as a material for...
10 days ago - Natural News
Researchers develop new way of 3D printing soft biomaterials
A new way of 3D printing soft materials such as gels and collagens offers a major step forward in the manufacture of artificial medical implants.
11 days ago - News Medical
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New Drugs May Stop the Emergence of Resistant Cancer
Scientists at Massey University in New Zealand have taken the first step towards a new class of drug that could stop cancer from becoming resistant to treatment.
New Heart Attack Registry To Be Set Up to Study and Improve the Outcomes of...
Outcomes of Patients with STEMI are to be studied by the new heart attack register to increase the success rates and improve the treatment of the patients.
Pressurizing Newly-Weds to Conceive can Affect Their Mental Health
Adding familial and societal pressure on newlywed women to conceive can affect their mental health, finds a new study.
World Food Day 2019: FAO Calls for Boosting Millets to Fight Malnutrition
India and the FAO of the United Nations jointly proposed to declare the year 2023 as the International Year of Millets, which are one of the common climate-resilient...
New AI and Big Data Model Influences Future Medical Treatments
Artificial intelligence/machine learning and big data were found to predict which research will influence future medical treatments, said researchers.
Smart Speaker can Track Baby's Breathing Pattern Using White Noise
New smart speaker device called BreathJunior acts as a monitor for infant breathing patterns while playing white noise to soothe them to sleep.
Polyamorous Families Face Stigma During Pregnancy and Birth: Study
People in polyamorous relationships often chose to disclose their status when it was medically relevant, and they received both positive and negative reactions from health care...
Climate Change may Impact Future Outbreaks of Tularemia
Climatic changes may affect future tularemia outbreaks and other infectious diseases in high-latitude and other world regions, reveals a new study.
Steroid Injections may Damage Joints
Corticosteroid injections may be linked to complications that potentially accelerate the destruction of the joint and may hasten the need for total hip and knee replacements.
Thousands of children are suffering burns from tea and coffee as health...
Almost 900 accidents which caused extreme harm among under two-year-olds in England and Wales last year could be avoided if a hot drink spillage was prevented.