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Taking a Better Look at Joint Damage
Taking a Better Look at Joint Damage
News   Oct 19, 2018

An arthroscopic near infrared spectroscopic probe enables enhanced detection of cartilage injuries.

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Bacteria have Familiar Weapon in War
Bacteria have Familiar Weapon in War
News   Oct 19, 2018

A newly discovered toxin that some bacteria deploy to fend off competing bacteria stands out from others in the battle for microbial domination.

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Fentanyl Test Strips Help to Prevent Overdoses
Fentanyl Test Strips Help to Prevent Overdoses
News   Oct 19, 2018

Many young adults who tried fentanyl test strips reduced overdose risk by using less, going slower or using with someone else present.

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Cytokines Important Link Between Obesity and Colorectal Cancer
Cytokines Important Link Between Obesity and Colorectal Cancer
News   Oct 19, 2018

When IL-1 levels are increased in obesity, IL-1 receptor signaling activates multiple pathways leading to colon cancer.

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A Clearer View of Clean Air in China
A Clearer View of Clean Air in China
News   Oct 19, 2018

Formaldehyde – not sulfur dioxide — may be the key to China’s stubborn problem of wintertime air pollution.

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Pollutant Tracking Goes Back to Nature
Pollutant Tracking Goes Back to Nature
News   Oct 18, 2018

A simple and inexpensive way to detect air pollutants in real time is based on subtle changes in... moss!

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Breast­feed­ing Protects Babies from An­ti­bi­otic-res­ist­ant Bac­teria
Breast­feed­ing Protects Babies from An­ti­bi­otic-res­ist­ant Bac­teria
News   Oct 18, 2018

Babies that are breastfed for at least six months have less antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their gut compared with infants breastfed for a shorter time.

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Taking Their Vitamins
Taking Their Vitamins
News   Oct 18, 2018

More bacterioplankton utilize vitamin B1 or B1 precursors from their environment than synthesize their own.

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Food or Sex?
Food or Sex?
News   Oct 17, 2018

Unicellular diatoms show complex behavior, selecting between the search for sex partners or nutrient sources based on an evaluation of their own needs.

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High Temperature Wash Insufficient to Kill Diarrhea Causing Spores in Hospitals
High Temperature Wash Insufficient to Kill Diarrhea Causing Spores in Hospitals
News   Oct 17, 2018

Washing contaminated hospital bedsheets in a commercial washing machine with industrial detergent at high disinfecting temperatures failed to remove all traces of Clostridium difficile, a bacteria that causes infectious diarrhea.

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