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A New Weapon in the War on Sniffles

A New Weapon in the War on Sniffles

The FluChip may revolutionize the way we combat influenza.

By | Posted October 30, 2006

Is it true that you shouldn't drink while on antibiotics?

Is it true that you shouldn’t drink while on antibiotics?

— asks Anonymous from New York, NY

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Knowing Hospital Bugs Saves Lives

Knowing Hospital Bugs Saves Lives

Researchers find a better strategy for treating pneumonia.

By | Posted October 25, 2006

Why do people cry?

Why do people cry?

— asks David from Internetland

By | Posted October 23, 2006

Flying Into Climate Change

Flying Into Climate Change

The Monarch butterfly may be the next victim of a warming world.

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Sour Sensation

Sour Sensation

Researchers have found some of the major players in the detection of sour taste.

By | Posted October 20, 2006

The right drug for the wrong disease?

The right drug for the wrong disease?

Powerful arthritis drugs could potentially be over-prescribed to patients with other diseases.

By | Posted October 18, 2006

Could Sunscreen Be Harmful?

Could Sunscreen Be Harmful?

A new study points out potential holes in sunscreen protection.

By | Posted October 16, 2006

My brother is allergic to raw carrots but has no reaction to cooked ones. How is this possible?

My brother is allergic to raw carrots but has no reaction to cooked ones. How is this possible?

— asks Tony from New York, NY.

By | Posted October 15, 2006

The Worst Part is the Waiting

The Worst Part is the Waiting

Anticipating bad events gives researchers a peek into posttraumatic stress disorder.

By | Posted October 12, 2006

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