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New Drugs For Bad Bugs: UF Approach Could Bolster Antibiotic Arsenal

...e balance between benefits and potential harm. The worries I have right now are because of these unrealistic expectations, the requirements are going to be even higher, and it’s going to be harder and even more expensive to bring a new drug to market.?/p> About 70 percent of bacteria found in hospitals r...

Expert dispels bird flu paranoia

...ing and mouth and comb turning blue and report any worries to your local government biosecurity officer. Don't eat raw or undercooked chicken. Don't use untreated water, use clean town water or bore water. "Consumers of poultry meat and egg products should not be concerned as the risk of infection fr...

Marine mammals are on the frontline of failing ocean health

... "The insidious effect of chronic exposure is what worries me the most," says Bossart. "This infers that you could really open a Pandora's box in these animals, and possibly in humans. Manatees are the 2000 pound canary." Bossart is also concerned about new data indicating that fish and other food sources...

World faces challenge as life expectancies lengthen, scientist says

...y policies in the United States, he said. Current worries over the fate of Social Security center on the impending retirement of the Baby Boom generation. By 2035, the U.S. dependency ratio is projected to double from approximately 1:5 to just above 2:5. Increased boomer lifespans will add an alarming extra...

Study may help slay 'Yellow Monster'

...lnesses such as lung cancer among mine workers and worries about environmental contamination among people who...ho worked in the uranium mine at Shiprock. And she worries about others living in the area. "My parents still live there and drink the water," she noted. Th...

Men with prostate cancer avoid radiation due to misconceptions

...to their doctors and for doctors to consider these worries and address any misconceptions about this therapy ...fears about radiation treatment, with the greatest worries related to false beliefs on how the X-rays would affect them. For example, some patients think that ...

Woven scaffolds could improve cartilage repair

...the cells are from the same patients, there are no worries of adverse immune responses or disease transmission. "The scaffold will give surgeons the opportunity to treat their patients immediately, while patients won't have to wait for months with their painful joint," Guilak said. Most machines that p...

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