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Study Shows Some Genes Activate After Death

According to a new study, life does go on after death, at least for your genes. For some animals, their genes may remain turned on for up to four days after death. This discovery can be used to help in preserving organs for transplants and determining when a victim of a murder was killed. Scientists have […]

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Study: Doctors’ Hand Washing Habits Putting Patients at Risk

People take it for granted that doctors and nurses are washing their hands properly before examining them. After all, no one understands germs and sickness like these healthcare professionals do. But a recent study finds that unless doctors are being watched, they tend to neglect proper hygiene. The study found that healthcare professionals at SCVMC dramatically increased their […]

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Study: Canned Foods Linked to Excessive BPA Exposure

A recent study published in Environmental Research has stated that many canned goods still have high levels of bisphenol-A (BPA), and consuming them can put our bodies at risk. The new data also points out that some foods expose consumers to higher levels of BPA in their food. As an example, the study points out that canned soups and […]

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Researchers to Monitor Zika Virus in Olympic Athletes

With the Olympics taking place in Brazil, one of the hotbeds for Zika activity, researchers will be monitoring exposure on a small sample of Olympic and Paralympic athletes participating in the games as well as staff members accompanying them. Funded by NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), the study hopes […]

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Which Bugs Are Hitching a Ride on This Subway?

Source: Boston.com The subway is famous for many things, many of them unpleasant. The New York City subway, for example, is notorious for its disgusting rat population. If you’ve ever ridden the NYC subway, you know you can’t stand on a subway platform without seeing at least one rat run by. Some of those suckers […]

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