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Bacterial Flora of Remote Tribespeople Carries Antibiotic Resistance Genes

An international team of scientists, including researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, have found antibiotic resistance genes in the bacterial flora of a South American tribe that never before had been exposed to antibiotic drugs. The findings suggest that bacteria in the human body have had the ability to resist antibiotics since long before such drugs were ever used to treat disease.

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Kill Bed Bugs Without Killing Yourself - Expert Available

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Making the Most of Your Pathology Report: Four Tips for Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

The CAP and Dr. Jean Simpson offer tips and questions for women who are diagnosed with breast cancer to better understand their diagnosis to make informed decisions about their health.

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Text Support - SLU Research Finds Text Messages a Good Method to Support Low-Income Mothers with Postpartum Depression

The objective of the study was to evaluate the feasibility of sending supportive text messages to low-income mothers of racial and ethnic minority backgrounds with postpartum depression and gauge the perception of receiving such message for depression.

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Reliving Prehistoric History with "The Great Human Race"

Anthropology professor Bill Schindler and his costar Cat Bigney will recreate the living conditions of our earliest ancestors when filming begins this month for National Geographic Channel's The Great Human Race.

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Billy Joel Lends Voice to Save Elephants

Africa’s elephants have just gotten a powerful new supporter –music legend, Billy Joel.

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Detroit-Designed “Model G” Has Patients Covered at Henry Ford Hospital

Model G™ – the new Detroit-designed hospital gown that finally closes the drafty, embarrassing backside – has moved from creative concept to the patient’s bedside, with more than 35,000 gowns rolling out this month throughout Henry Ford Health System’s hospitals.

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Peace Corps Surprise Lands Nursing Student Right Where She Needed to Be

Eager to practice her Spanish in Guatemala, Peace Corps volunteer landed instead in English-speaking Guyana. It proved the perfect path to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.