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Toxoplasma Gondii Vaccine Possible

Toxoplasma Gondii Vaccine Possible

Today is National Running Day! As you may remember from one of my blogs last week about running and memory, I've recently taken up running. And love it! Wh

Today is National Running Day! As you may remember from one of my blogs last week about running and memory, I've recently taken up running. And love it! Wh

Breast Cancer and Cats

Breast Cancer and Cats

This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, New America, and Slate. On Thursday, April 21, Future Tense will  ...

Think Psychology’s Replication Crisis Is Bad? Welcome to the One in Medicine.

This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, New America, and Slate. On Thursday, April 21, Future Tense will ...

A new bill proposed in Tasmania would allow 356,000 hetacres of forest to be made available to the... (18369 signatures on petition)

A new bill proposed in Tasmania would allow 356,000 hetacres of forest to be made available to the... (18369 signatures on petition)

Sensory Organs – Whiskers Not Just Cute But Important

Sensory Organs – Whiskers Not Just Cute But Important

Cancer Treatments – Comparative Oncology

Cancer Treatments – Comparative Oncology

A malamute or husky type dog that lived 11,000 years ago has kept its genes going in an unlikely source....cancer. Canine transmissible venereal tumor (CT

A malamute or husky type dog that lived 11,000 years ago has kept its genes going in an unlikely source....cancer. Canine transmissible venereal tumor (CT

Chlamydia affects a large number of koalas- it's estimated that about half of the 80,000 koalas in Australia suffer from the disease. Unfortunately, the disease tends to affect koalas much more severely than it affects humans, and it can cause blindness, infertility, and even death. Currently, to treat sick koalas, the animals are given broad-spectrum antibiotics and then released back into the wild. But new research is suggesting that it's time to come up with a new approach.

Chlamydia affects a large number of koalas- it's estimated that about half of the 80,000 koalas in Australia suffer from the disease. Unfortunately, the disease tends to affect koalas much more severely than it affects humans, and it can cause blindness, infertility, and even death. Currently, to treat sick koalas, the animals are given broad-spectrum antibiotics and then released back into the wild. But new research is suggesting that it's time to come up with a new approach.

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