Monthly Archives: November 2019

Some melanomas may start in hair follicles

A rare form of skin cancer may sometimes start with cancer-causing mutations in hair follicle stem cells. …read more

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Some Down syndrome problems reversed in mice

In a mouse model of Down syndrome, blocking a cellular pathway in brain cells improved learning and memory. …read more

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Chronic Lyme disease: Everything you need to know

Chronic Lyme disease occurs when a person who has already received treatment for Lyme disease continues to have symptoms in the long term. Learn more about this condition here. …read more

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How bacteria ‘act as one’ to escape antibiotics

New research reveals a mechanism by which several conspecific bacteria ‘unite’ to become more resistant in the fight against antibiotics. …read more

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Should we worry about an eastern equine encephalitis outbreak?

This year has seen a surprising upsurge in cases of a rare viral infection in humans. Specialists warn that we need a strategy to prevent an outbreak. …read more

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