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Did Tainted Cow’s Milk Kill Jane Austen?

Did Tainted Cow’s Milk Kill Jane Austen?

Medical and literary experts debate English novelist Jane Austen’s fatal illness

By | Posted December 7, 2009

Nitric Oxide Holds Promise for Better Antibiotics

Nitric Oxide Holds Promise for Better Antibiotics

Researchers may improve antibiotics by targeting nitric oxide in bacteria

By | Posted November 13, 2009

Weightlifting with Lymphedema

Weightlifting with Lymphedema

Pumping iron may be safe after breast cancer surgery, but doctors urge caution.

By | Posted November 12, 2009

Killing TB While it Sleeps

Killing TB While it Sleeps

Newly discovered compounds can kill tuberculosis bacteria while it is in its dormant state.

By | Posted October 28, 2009

In Kenya, Better Cows for Better Health

In Kenya, Better Cows for Better Health

A parasite researcher from NYU is hoping to tackle African sleeping sickness in Keyna by creating genetically enhanced cows that cannot catch or transmit the disease

By | Posted October 19, 2009

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We've Been Here Before

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We’ve Been Here Before

History’s lessons on the resurgence of a disease.

By | Posted October 5, 2009

Sad Smokers Mean Happy Hearts

Sad Smokers Mean Happy Hearts

Smoking bans reduce heart attacks by over a third.

By | Posted October 4, 2009

Caution: Communicable Diseases May Be Breakable

Caution: Communicable Diseases May Be Breakable

New virus sculptures explore the public perception of scientific images.

By | Posted September 24, 2009

Swine Flu: the Good, the Bad and the Cute

Swine Flu: the Good, the Bad and the Cute

Using ferrets to predict the virus’s virulence.

By | Posted September 2, 2009

When Immune Cells Attack

When Immune Cells Attack

A white blood cell known as Th-17 might play a pivotal role in autoimmune diseases from psoriasis to rheumatoid arthritis.

By | Posted August 17, 2009

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