Scientists believe Salmonella enterica is to blame.
A new study shows that surfers are three times more likely to harbor very resistant types of E. coli.
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Embedded inside the magazine is a redesigned ELISA pregnancy test.
A new study confirms what was long-time assumed about bullfinches — they keep the same partner throughout their lives.
A global study suggests that 69% of the people who tried smoking became daily smokers, even if temporary.
The most common painkiller in the world can cause trouble in men when taken for more than two weeks.
Researchers discovered a consistent link between sleep irregularity and repetitive negative thinking.
The hand prosthesis can sense if objects are soft or hard.
An alcohol metabolite, acetaldehyde, caused significant DNA alterations in mice stem cells.
Genome sequencing of infant found in Alaska reveals new Native American Population
Supermassive black holes slowly eject cold gas.
A three-agent drug used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus shows significant results in memory and learning skills in aging mice suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
The rub-on gel contains two hormones: progestin and synthetic testosterone.
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The results aren’t clear-cut.
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