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Antibiotics are essential to curing bacterial infections, but their overuse promotes the appearance and proliferation of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Pictured, a Publix Supermarket pharmacy manager counts out the correct number of antibiotic pills to fill a prescription in Miami, Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Personal Antibiotic Prescriptions Halve Resistance Risk

As most infections are seeded by a patient’s own microbiota, resistance-gaining recurrences can be predicted and minimized. The post...

Researchers have found that female brown ear ticks (Rhipicephalus appendiculatus) have a protein in their saliva that eliminates the sensation of pain and itching, leaving their victims unaware of their bite. Pictured is a female (left) and male (right) brown ear tick. (Alan R. Walker/CC BY-SA 3.0) 

Drug Made From Tick Saliva Could Ease Itching And Chronic Pain

The Votucalis protein may lead to a replacement for addictive opioid pain-relievers. The post Drug Made From Tick Saliva Could Ease...

Researchers have found that the rate of generation of the HbS mutation, which protects against malaria, is higher in people from Africa, where malaria is endemic. (Warren Umoh/Unsplash)

Human Genetic Mutation Is Not Random, Study Suggests

Researchers find that a mutation that protects against malaria is more common in people from areas where malaria is endemic. The post...

A device that repairs the heart's aortic valve without replacing it with a prosthetic valve is currently in human trials. (Karolina Grabowska/Pexels)

Novel Non-Surgical Solutions For Aortic Valve Stenosis

Pi-Cardia’s Leaflex device delays the need for a prosthetic valve, while its ShortCut device makes valve replacement safer. The post...

The New Phase “Sarah” system for treating metastatic tumors. (Courtesy of New Phase)

Novel Hyperthermic Treatment Offers Hope For Stage 4 Metastatic Cancer

New Phase nanotech company aims to transform end-stage cancer from a likely death sentence to a chronic illness. The post Novel...

Researchers at Louisiana State University fed extracts of redstem wormwood (Artemisia scoparia), which is used in traditional Chinese medicine, to roundworms, which fattened and thrived. (Mokkie/CC By-SA 3.0)

Wormwood Extract Shows Promise For A Longer Lifespan

An extract of wormwood was fed to roundworms, which led to increased metabolic health and longer lifespans. The post Wormwood Extract...

For the first time, a human brain has been continuously scanned throughout the process of dying, and the results suggest our life may really flash before our eyes. Pictured, a real human brain is displayed as part of The Real Brain exhibit on March 8, 2011, in Bristol, England. The exhibit had full consent from an anonymous donor and needed full consent from the Human Tissue Authority. The brain is suspended in large tank engraved with a full scale skeleton on one side and a diagram of the central nervous system on the other. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

First Recording Of A Dying Human Brain Points To Memory Flashbacks

The study brings into question the timing of organ donation from ostensibly dead patients. The post First Recording Of A Dying Human...

Local Practical Nursing School Receives $100,000 from KeyBank for Student Aid

Staff report Rochester’s Isabella Graham Hart School of Practical Nursing (IGH) is set to receive $100,000 from KeyBank as part of...

Before cancer radiation therapy even begins, the first day of scanning and imaging often brings a rush of stress and anxiety, especially for children. The Shaare Zedek Cancer Center, set to open in the summer, hopes to change the experience of cancer treatment for patients, families and caregivers. (Courtesy of the Ruth and Meir Rosental Brain Imaging Center/Reichman University Innovation Center)

Futuristic Tech Brings Healing Relaxation To Radiotherapy

Oncologist and neuroscientist collaborate on multisensory gadgets to enhance wellbeing for cancer patients, families and staff. The post...

Rhesus macaques resting in the remnants of a forest that was destroyed when Hurricane Maria directly hit Cayo Santiago Island and Puerto Rico in September 2017. (Noah Snyder-Mackler, Arizona State University)

Survivors Of Weather Disasters May Age More Quickly

Rhesus monkeys were found to have changed at the molecular level following Hurricane Maria. The post Survivors Of Weather Disasters May...