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Magazine articles on illnesses, injuries, currently available treatments, drugs, and homeopathy.
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Chemistry World
December 7, 2012
Lucy Gilbert
Bactericides reach new depths Scientists in the US and China have come up with a low-risk treatment for bacterial infections in a deep wound. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 5, 2012
Tamsin Cowley
Safer blood clotting agents for open wounds New toxicity results show that foams would be safer than the currently used clays as materials to stem blood flow in open wounds. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 3, 2012
Laura Howes
Antimalarials should target female parasites The Plasmodium parasite, unlike humans, for example, does not have different genes coding for different sexes. New antimalarials should target the slower evolving female genes, or those that are expressed by both sexes. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
November 22, 2012
Chris Aung-Thwin
Andrew Luck Interview Losing weight and being more active should be a priority for everyone -- and initiatives like Quaker Oats NFL's Play 60 are paving the way for parents to do exactly that. Spokesman and Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck talked to us about diet, health, and sports. mark for My Articles 318 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 20, 2012
BPA: friend or foe? With media-fueled anxiety over bisphenol A (BPA) continuing to rise, Nina Notman looks beyond the headlines at this incredibly widely used polycarbonate monomer mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 15, 2012
Laura Howes
Imperial launches second phenome centre Imperial College London, UK, is launching a new clinical phenome center at St Mary's Hospital London, to analyze the phenotypes of patient's samples. The phenotype includes all external products of genes and environment, from hair colour to chemical markers of disease states. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 2, 2012
Andrew Turley
Panel delivers final PFOA report The long running saga of DuPont and perfluorooctanoic acid, often called simply C8, has passed an important milestone with the delivery of the final report from an independent panel of experts tasked with determining its health effects. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 1, 2012
Josh Howgego
Chemistry behind the 'blue man' unlocked Scientists have put forward a detailed biochemical model to explain argyria, a condition which turns sufferers' skin a distressing blue color. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 18, 2012
Jessica Cocker
Killing three parasites with one stone Scientists in the US have developed a hybrid drug that is active against malaria, schistosomiasis or hookworm. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 16, 2012
Ian Le Guillou
Night of the living surfaces Researchers from ETH Zurich, Switzerland, have developed a film that contains penicillin-releasing fungi, which could cover work surfaces in hospitals, food preparation areas or wherever microbial contamination must be avoided. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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