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Scientists have devised a novel way to repair one of the genetic mutations that causes ataxia-telangiectasia

Scientists have devised a novel way to repair one of the genetic mutations that causes ataxia-telangiectasia

Patients with chronic rhinosinusitis do not necessarily develop resistance to antibiotics

Patients with chronic rhinosinusitis do not necessarily develop resistance to antibiotics

Antibiotics are still being overused for treating common colds in New Zealand

Antibiotics are still being overused for treating common colds in New Zealand

Warning signs and the latest treatment options for rosacea

Warning signs and the latest treatment options for rosacea

Discovery of compound that renders the MRSA superbug vulnerable to antibiotics

Discovery of compound that renders the MRSA superbug vulnerable to antibiotics

New research suggests that cancer cells can be reformed

New research suggests that cancer cells can be reformed

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Results do not suggest widespread anthrax antibiotic abuse in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks

Results do not suggest widespread anthrax antibiotic abuse in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks

Discovery could lead to the creation of naturally decaffeinated coffee plants

Discovery could lead to the creation of naturally decaffeinated coffee plants

HHS awards contracts totaling more than $232 million to fund development of new vaccines against smallpox, plague and tularemia

HHS awards contracts totaling more than $232 million to fund development of new vaccines against smallpox, plague and tularemia

Flu vaccine shortage highlights need to accelerate the approval of affordable generic biopharmaceuticals and vaccines

Flu vaccine shortage highlights need to accelerate the approval of affordable generic biopharmaceuticals and vaccines

Repeated re-testing of women with a history of chlamydia is a cost-effective strategy for preserving reproductive health

Repeated re-testing of women with a history of chlamydia is a cost-effective strategy for preserving reproductive health

New targets for combating infections in medical implants

New targets for combating infections in medical implants

Health Protection Agency investigates national outbreak of salmonella

Health Protection Agency investigates national outbreak of salmonella

RiboNovix secures license to novel anti-infective discovery technology from Wayne State University

RiboNovix secures license to novel anti-infective discovery technology from Wayne State University

Virginia Department of Health and the Get Smart Virginia program are urging consumers to become educated this cold and flu

Virginia Department of Health and the Get Smart Virginia program are urging consumers to become educated this cold and flu

Researchers to develop dietary agents to reduce risk of cataracts for astronauts

Researchers to develop dietary agents to reduce risk of cataracts for astronauts

Number of low birth weight infants born in America rose between 1990 and 2000

Number of low birth weight infants born in America rose between 1990 and 2000

Drug-resistant bacteria increasingly causing infections in healthy people

Drug-resistant bacteria increasingly causing infections in healthy people

Some New York City stores are selling antibiotics illegally over the counter

Some New York City stores are selling antibiotics illegally over the counter