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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Health Research: BPA can adversely affect reproduction ♦ ink between genetic variation, alcohol dependence ♦ Norovirus candidate vaccine induces broad antibody responses

BPA can adversely affect reproduction of future generations of fish  Bisphenol A is a chemical that is used in water bottles, dental composites and resins used to line metal food and beverage containers. Often, rivers and streams become contaminated with BPA. Fish exposed to BPA will pass adverse reproductive effects onto their offspring Continue Reading
Patients who go home after knee replacement do as well as those discharged to rehab facility  Patients who go home after knee replacement and receive physical therapy at home do as well as those who go to an inpatient rehabilitation facility.   Continue Reading
Link between genetic variation, alcohol dependence found  A biological clue that could help explain why some drinkers develop a dependence on alcohol and others do not has been discovered. The findings help to identifying those at risk of addiction and designing better treatments to help stop drinking Continue Reading
Norovirus candidate vaccine induces broad antibody responses in trial participants  A multivalent candidate vaccine elicits broad antibody responses to a range of norovirus strains,, according to a new study.The results of the study indicate that a vaccine to norovirus may be available in the future.Continue Reading
Discovery of what attracts pregnant mosquitoes is used to fight malaria The battle against malaria is also a battle against its natural host, the mosquito, which means disrupting the insect's life cycle is every bit as important as putting nets over beds. Now, an international research team has discovered what attracts mosquitoes to lay their eggs in specific places Continue Reading

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