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Why salmonella is so hard to beat

Why salmonella is so hard to beat

New food safety rules emphasize active prevention but face steep challenges

By | Posted November 27, 2015

For children with autism, diet might not make a difference

For children with autism, diet might not make a difference

A new study suggests diet doesn’t really matter

By | Posted November 23, 2015

A kiss of death

A kiss of death

Blood-sucking bugs are spreading Chagas disease in Texas

By | Posted November 19, 2015

Seafloor communities create electricity

Seafloor communities create electricity

In the digital age, we’re all connected by electricity — and some microbes are too

By | Posted November 18, 2015

Can doctors fix a broken heart?

Can doctors fix a broken heart?

Cardiologists struggle to effectively treat severe heart attacks

By | Posted November 15, 2015

A chef’s handiwork may convince kids to eat their veggies, study suggests

A chef’s handiwork may convince kids to eat their veggies, study suggests

But a gourmet touch may not be in reach of all schools

By | Posted November 12, 2015

Is keeping up with K2 and other forms of “fake weed” a pipe dream?

Is keeping up with K2 and other forms of “fake weed” a pipe dream?

Efforts to rein in synthetic cannabinoid drugs are falling behind

By | Posted November 10, 2015

Under blue skies

Under blue skies

New images of Pluto may hold clues to the origin of life on earth

By | Posted November 9, 2015

It might be time to set your teenager’s sleep schedule

It might be time to set your teenager’s sleep schedule

Irregular sleep could be a factor in adolescent obesity

By | Posted November 5, 2015

Our misguided pursuit of happiness

Our misguided pursuit of happiness

Americans are surprisingly bad at figuring out how to be happy

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