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Scientists fear "zombie deer" disease can be passed on to humans – WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando • clickorlando.com

Experts told state capitol legislators that chronic wasting should be treated as a public health problem and that human cases would be likely to be "documented in the coming years". The disease, sometimes referred to as CWD, causes infected animals… Continue Reading →

Scientists discover the mystery of intestinal bacteria

The human intestine hosts many species of microbes, collectively called the gut microbiota. Scientists use to identify species and understand their roles in human health. As investigators come closer to completing a list of common microbes in the belly of… Continue Reading →

What scientists advise to eat based on your blood type • brightside.me

It is actually quite easy to know your blood type. You only need 3 test tubes containing 3 different reagents containing 3 different antibodies: A, B and Rh. And a blood sample, of course. Pour blood into each test tube… Continue Reading →

Scientists say bees can do basic math

According to a study published this week in Progress of science, scientists at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, have shown that honey bees can add and subtract if they are trained to do so. This discovery helps scientists understand the… Continue Reading →

"Very irresponsible:" An Israeli company claims to cure cancer, but scientists say it's not that fast • haaretz.com

A team of scientists from a biotechnology company in Israel said that they would have a cure for cancer – all cancers – within one year. Unfortunately, their claims have been slaughtered by scientists. jump – Haaretz Weekly Ep. 14… Continue Reading →

Scientists advise what needs to be done to make the lymphatic system work properly • brightside.me

When your lymphatic system is clogged, it can lead to many diseases. The body starts to try to eliminate all the toxins and you can feel headaches, bloating and cold extremities. In this case, you can help your body and… Continue Reading →

Birth control in men: scientists test a method inspired by cocktails on rats

While women have had more birth control options than their counterparts, researchers have tried to change that. Capsules pills that men could use in the future, we are trying to develop everything. Now, in a new study, Chinese scientists have… Continue Reading →

Scientists say that eating nuts will improve the quality of your sperm. But if we have to eat our nuts, what's the point? (nsfw content possible on the page) • express.co.uk

The study, funded by the International Council of Dried Fruits and Dried Fruits, found that almonds, along with other nuts, are the best types of nuts to promote male fertility. The researchers found that consuming 60 grams or two servings… Continue Reading →

Remedy for cancer? Israeli scientists claim to be on the brink of development

A group of Israelis scientists say a cure for Cancer is at hand, even with optimism, to find it in a year. But at least one American expert questioned the legitimacy of the potential cure and said it was more… Continue Reading →

Germs in your gut talk to your brain and scientists want to know what to do • Good Medical

In 2014, John Cryan, a professor at University College Cork in Ireland, attended a meeting in California on Alzheimer's disease. He was not an expert in dementia. Instead, he studied the microbiome, the trillions of microbes present in the healthy… Continue Reading →

Remedy for cancer? Israeli scientists say they are on the brink of development • foxnews.com

A group of Israeli scientists said that a cancer treatment was at hand, and even with optimism that it was discovered that it would be discovered a year from now. But at least one American expert questioned the legitimacy of… Continue Reading →

Matter: Germs in your gut talk to your brain. Scientists want to know what they say.

In 2014, John Cryan, a professor at University College Cork in Ireland, attended a meeting in California on Alzheimer's disease. He was not an expert in dementia. Instead, he studied the microbiome, the trillions of microbes present in the healthy… Continue Reading →

Scientists explain why losing a dog, is like losing a loved one • brightside.me

Dogs can help us through many ups and downs in our lives, they are always there and sometimes they are the only ones we have. They give us a reason to get up in the morning! Even one study confirms… Continue Reading →

Germs in your gut talk to your brain. Scientists want to know what they say.

In 2014, John Cryan, a professor at University College Cork in Ireland, attended a meeting in California on Alzheimer's disease. He was not an expert in dementia. Instead, he studied the microbiome, the trillions of microbes present in the healthy… Continue Reading →

The American Nobel Prize winner was aware of the formerly cultivated babies of Chinese scientists

Break news e-mails Receive news reports and special reports. The news and the stories that matter are delivered on weekday mornings. REGISTER January 28, 2019, 6:17 PM GMT From Associated Press Long before the claim of the world's first gene-crafted… Continue Reading →

Ebola virus found in bat in West Africa for the first time, say scientists

Scientists suspect a long-fingered bat in Liberia is carrying a species of Ebola virus called Ebolavirus Zaire. (IStock) the Ebola The virus has been detected in a bat in Liberia, the country's government and scientists from Columbia's Mailman School of… Continue Reading →

Scientists create a new CRISPR protein. This could make gene editing more flexible • discovermagazine.com

(Credit: CI Photos / shutterstock) CRISPR-Cas9 is here to stay. And for a good reason. The gene editing system – which is cheap, fast and more accurate than previous techniques – opened the door to all kinds of research when… Continue Reading →

How to stop the non-conforming gene modification of human embryos? Scientists differ • Good Medical

If Dr. He had worked at American universities or funding institutions, scientists could have alerted them, said Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, which does not fund the modification of human embryos. The Chinese system is… Continue Reading →

The most popular coffee species in the world are disappearing. And scientists say we are to blame. • Good Medical

Researchers at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew, UK, warn that climate change, deforestation, drought and plant diseases are jeopardizing the future of coffee. "The important thing to remember is that coffee needs a forest habitat for its survival," senior… Continue Reading →

Scientists say climate change will affect the male-to-female ratio of the newborn

Specifically, climate change may alter the proportion of male and female newborns, with more boys born in places where temperatures rise and fewer boys born in places where other environmental changes, such as drought or forest fires caused by global… Continue Reading →

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