Monthly Archives: October 2015

Working

I want to write about HIV, but I have to go to work. I haven’t been able to write about HIV much lately. I don’t know why. Maybe because, with work, I feel like I don’t even have HIV anymore.I work on a dairy farm. Now this may not seem the most ideal place […]

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Study blocks ebola virus budding by regulating calcium signaling

A new study showed that blocking a calcium-signaling pathway could inhibit not only the Ebola virus, but also Marburg, Lassa and Junin viruses, all sources of deadly infections. …read more

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New technique could prevent biofilms on catheters and medical implants

Biofilms – mats of bacteria similar to the plaque that grows on teeth – frequently coat the surfaces of catheters, and of various medical implants and prostheses, where they can threaten lives or… …read more

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Novel antibacterial glasses prevent the infections associated with surgical implants

A recent study performed by a group of scientists from the Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Research Center (CINN) – joint center of the Spanish Council of Scientific Research (CSIC), the… …read more

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Gut bacteria could be blamed for obesity and diabetes

An excess of bacteria in the gut can change the way the liver processes fat and could lead to the development of metabolic syndrome, according to health researchers. …read more

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