Monthly Archives: July 2017

Your partner could affect your microbiome, study says

Cohabitating couples do influence each other’s microbiomes, study finds, but not enough to modify a person’s individual ‘imprint.’ …read more

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    My HIV Diagnosis Became My Opportunity to Say “Yes” to HIV Activism

My HIV Diagnosis Became My Opportunity to Say “Yes” to HIV Activism

I left New York in 1987, three weeks after my diagnosis. I had just gotten married, and my husband and his son lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, so it was part of the plan. That was about the only thing that went as planned. As a newlywed and now stepmother who was newly diagnosed, I […]

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Consistent treatment prevents HIV transmission among gay men

Zero cases of HIV transmission were reported among serodifferent gay men who engaged in unprotected sex over a period of 4 years. HIV treatment is key. …read more

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Novel class of antibiotics shows promise against plague, drug-resistant bacteria

Pathogenic bacteria are rapidly developing resistance to the arsenal of microbial therapies – and driving researchers to identify families of therapeutics with new modes of action. …read more

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Where toddlers look is affected by genes and altered in autism

An eye-tracking study showed that a child’s genes shape the way they see the world. The findings could lead to new ways to treat neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism. …read more

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