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Can You Hear Me Now?

Can You Hear Me Now?

New guidelines for clinicians could lead to better diagnosis and treatment of congenital hearing loss.

By | Posted November 3, 2006

Live Together, Die Alone

Live Together, Die Alone

Cancer cells may cooperate to withstand their host’s immune response.

By | Posted November 1, 2006

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

Knowing Hospital Bugs Saves Lives

Knowing Hospital Bugs Saves Lives

Researchers find a better strategy for treating pneumonia.

By | Posted October 25, 2006

Flying Into Climate Change

Flying Into Climate Change

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

By | Posted October 23, 2006

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

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

Losing Your Mind?

Losing Your Mind?

People with memory complaints may be losing gray matter in their brains.

By | Posted October 10, 2006

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