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 •  July 10, 2017

We still don’t have a vaccine to protect pregnant mothers against the Zika virus, but new research suggests an already approved malaria drug has potential to prevent Zika virus in a mother's bloodstream from crossing over to her child’s. A new study has found that the popular malaria drug hydroxychloroquine blocks the Zika virus passing from mother...

Medical Daily

 •  December 10, 2015

Pre-ejaculatory fluid comes before the actual sperm, but can you get pregnant from it? A University of Alberta researcher set out to find why we think certain words are inherently funny and discovered some important things about letter placement.

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 •  September 3, 2015

A Nasty Medieval Remedy May Soon Be Used To Fight Infections A thousand-year-old remedy for eye infections may also fight modern-day drug-resistant bacteria, a new study finds.

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 •  July 10, 2015

Seriously ill patients are vulnerable to health care-associated infections, which include central line-associated bloodstream infections, hospital-onset methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and hospital-onset Clostridium difficile infections. In recent years, national progress has been made in reducing many of these infections, the ...