Monthly Archives: April 2016

Prolonged antibiotic use can accelerate diabetes, UBC study shows

A team of UBC researchers have found that gut bacteria are linked to the onset of Type 1 diabetes. …read more

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A ‘tropical’ parasitic disease emerges in the Canadian Arctic

Canadian researchers describe the first outbreak of Cryptosporidium parasite in Nunavik. …read more

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Possible substitute for antibiotics to treat dangerous infections

Infections continue to threaten human health. With remarkable genetic flexibility, pathogenic organisms outsmart available therapies. …read more

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My First Serodiscordant Relationship

Not too long ago I started talking to this really awesome guy on the social media app Moovz. If you do not know about this app, it is for the LGBTQ community. I was nervous as hell when he was actually interested in me. We talked back and forth for awhile and I finally […]

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Poo transplants better understood

For the first time, scientists studying stool transplants have been able to track which strains of bacteria from a donor take hold in a patient’s gut after a transplant. …read more

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