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01/19/2017
CRE Superbug Infection May Spread Quickly And Without Showing Symptoms - The Inquisitr


The Inquisitr

CRE Superbug Infection May Spread Quickly And Without Showing Symptoms
The Inquisitr
Known as carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (CRE), this group of superbugs is spreading faster and more widely than previously predicted. While the bacteria infects just over 9,000 and kills about 600 people annually in the U.S., a new study ...
Drug-resistant 'nightmare bacteria' show worrisome ability to diversify and spreadScience Daily
Scientists warn of 'stealth' bacteria accelerating pace of antibiotic resistanceNEWS.com.au
Superbug Resistant To Every Antibiotic Available In U.S.WGCU News
Tech Times -Care2.com -NPR -News-Medical.net
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01/19/2017
Stem cell researcher in line to become Australian of the Year 2017 - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Stem cell researcher in line to become Australian of the Year 2017
Herald Sun
ALAN Mackay-Sim's fascination with the human body stretches back to his childhood in Sydney. “I remember being about 12 and wandering down an uneven bush track and thinking, 'How the hell can I walk along here and compensate for the ground, the ...
Stem cells lay foundation for treatments of cancer, other disordersGenetic Literacy Project
Stem cell 'marking' study offers alterative hypothesis of cancer metastasisScience Daily
Stem Cell Research Products - Opportunities, Tools, and Technologies 2016Medgadget (blog)
Phys.Org -Indian Link -STAT -The Statesman
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01/19/2017
Scientists harness rabies viruses for assessing connectivity of nerve cell transplants - News-Medical.net

Genetic Literacy Project

Scientists harness rabies viruses for assessing connectivity of nerve cell transplants
News-Medical.net
Scientists under the leadership of the University of Bonn have harnessed rabies viruses for assessing the connectivity of nerve cell transplants: coupled with a green fluorescent protein, the viruses show where replacement cells engrafted into mouse ...
'Brain on a chip': In vitro model finds regional links to specific diseases, treatmentsGenetic Literacy Project
Lots of Different NeuronsHuffington Post

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01/19/2017
Adelaide patients 'caught in crossfire' as nurses plan industrial action - ABC Online

ABC Online

Adelaide patients 'caught in crossfire' as nurses plan industrial action
ABC Online
Proposed industrial action by nurses at two of Adelaide's major public hospitals could have negative impacts on patients in emergency departments, the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) has warned. Nurses at the Royal Adelaide and ...
Nurses, State Govt in industrial relations stoushdailytelegraph.com.au

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01/18/2017
Disadvantaged women more likely to have heart attacks than poor men - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Disadvantaged women more likely to have heart attacks than poor men
The Sydney Morning Herald
Disadvantaged women are 25 per cent more likely to have a heart attack than their male counterparts, a study has found, and the perception of heart disease as a male problem may be partly to blame. Academics from the George Institute for Global Health ...
Disadvantaged women more likely to suffer heart attack than men, new study findsNews-Medical.net
AHA: Go Red for WomenKTRK-TV
Cultural Alliance to host 10th Annual Go Red Luncheon focusing on Women's Heart HealthThe Record Gazette
Maranda Where You Live
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01/19/2017
Number of dengue cases may surge this year: NEA - The Straits Times

International Business Times AU

Number of dengue cases may surge this year: NEA
The Straits Times
The number of dengue cases is relatively low for now, but there could be an uptick in the coming months. The National Environment Agency (NEA) warned yesterday that the increase could peak in the middle of the year. NEA's projection is based on data ...
Dengue cases may increase in next few monthsChannel NewsAsia
Dengue fever cases hit 20-year high in AustraliaWhyalla News
Dengue cases in Australia reach 20-year high, experts say rise is driven by travellersInternational Business Times AU

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01/19/2017
Snakes? Spiders? Jellyfish? Nope. Australia's most dangerous animal is the bee - Eastern Riverina Chronicle

Eastern Riverina Chronicle

Snakes? Spiders? Jellyfish? Nope. Australia's most dangerous animal is the bee
Eastern Riverina Chronicle
Australia's most dangerous venomous creature is not a snake or a spider, nor even a jellyfish. It's the bee and other stinging insects that pose the biggest public health threat, according to an analysis of more than a decade of Australian bites and ...
Bees are deadlier in South Australia: highest rate of death and hospitalisation in the countryABC Online
Australia's infamous wildlife: Venomous? Yes. Deadly? Not quite, first-of-a-kind report says.Washington Post
The Bee Is The Most Deadly Animal In AustraliaLifehacker Australia
UPI.com -News-Medical.net -ScienceAlert -Daily Mail
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01/18/2017
What's really in a jar of Nutella may shock you. Picture: RedditSource:Reddit - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

What's really in a jar of Nutella may shock you. Picture: RedditSource:Reddit
NEWS.com.au
IT'S perhaps one of the best foods found in a jar, but a photo claiming to reveal exactly what goes into Nutella may have you thinking twice before dipping a spoon into the chocolatey goodness. A new image shared on Reddit claims to show the ...
What's in a jar of Nutella? A viral image shows the hazelnut spread is mostly sugar.Mic
Revealed: What really goes into a jar of Nutella may shock youIrish Independent
'Honest' photo of Nutella's separated ingredients is putting people off the chocolate spreadMirror.co.uk
Cosmopolitan UK -Metro -New Zealand Herald -Uloop News
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01/19/2017
Why researchers think we should study emojis - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Why researchers think we should study emojis
The Sydney Morning Herald
While emojis look odd in formal writing - think important emails, and online articles like this one - they are used by almost everyone in text messages and on social media. However despite their widespread use, the study of emoji use is in its infancy ...
What your emojis say about youChannel3000.com - WISC-TV3
People Who Use Emoji Are Nicer, Says Science, So Send All The Raised Hands & Faces With Tears Of Joy You WantBustle

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01/19/2017
'Huge damage': Bill Gates says bio-terrorism is a growing threat and the world isn't ready - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Huge damage': Bill Gates says bio-terrorism is a growing threat and the world isn't ready
The Sydney Morning Herald
Bill Gates warned at the World Economic Forum on Thursday that a new form of terrorism could be coming, and we are not prepared for it. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is part of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation (CEPI).
Global coalition to outpace epidemicsNEWS.com.au
Gates foundation and world governments create new global coalition make new vaccines, prevent epidemicsOttawa Citizen
Davos forum: Governments, pharma back vaccine programThe Australian
The Guardian -BBC News -Science Magazine -Yahoo News
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