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22 HOURS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Research into marine mammals' responses to sound

A central question in the debate over a Rutgers University-led study of the ocean floor off the coast of Long Beach Island is whether the loud sound waves used to map the sediment will harm dolphins, whales, and other animals.

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JUL 23, 2014 - Shape

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New Killer Condoms "Neutralize" HIV, HPV, and Herpes

Thinkstock Good news for everyone who loves sex but hates HIV, HPV, herpes, and all sexually transmitted diseases that don't start with "H:" Anti-viral condoms are now a thing. Up until now, basic condoms have been the only way to reduce your risk of contracting an STI, but the new "killer" condoms are coated in Vivagel, a virus-neutralizing substance that ...

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JUL 23, 2014 - Health Canal

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New research findings may lead to better treatment plans for HIV patients coinfected with hepatitis C

By Sathya Achia Abraham - Using a combination antiretroviral therapy to treat HIV patients coinfected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) not only effectively treats HIV, but also results in reduced HCV replication, according to a multi-center study published this week in Science Translational Medicine.

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JUL 23, 2014 - Health Canal

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Spray from rivers and showers may cause Crohn’s disease

Humans may be exposed to bacteria linked with Crohn’s disease through fine spray from showers and rivers according to research led by Lancaster University.

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JUL 23, 2014 - Health Canal

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Mouth bacteria invade the gut in liver cirrhosis patients

An invasion of the gut by mouth bacteria could be responsible for the development of liver cirrhosis, according to new research led by Professor Stanislav Dusko Ehrlich, who was recently appointed as Director of the new Host-Microbiome Centre at King’s College London’s Dental Institute.

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