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The smallest recorder in the world has been built inside a live bacterium

Researchers have pirated the immune system of a bacterium to serve as the equivalent of a molecular tape recorder. When responding to chemical changes in the environment and then & # 39; mark them & # 39; In DNA, technology opens the way for life monitoring devices that could be used in health screens or to analyze pollutants in ecosystems. …

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One in five overweight Australian children before school starts, data & # 39; convicted & # 39; show | Society

Young Australian adults are almost twice as likely to be obese as their parents and one in five children are overweight before they start school, according to a report. Obesity rates in Australia were condemnatory, Jane Martin of the Coalition for Obesity Policies said. She said that a tax on sweetened beverages, including soft drinks, should be part of a …

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The germs of malaria can be stopped before they invade the blood: study – LIFE

Researchers in New Delhi, for the first time, have deciphered a multiprotein complex that is involved in the invasion of red blood cells (RBCs) by Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite that causes malaria in humans. The team has also identified a peptide molecule that can effectively prevent the interaction between malaria parasites and the receptors found in red blood cells thus …

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Report states that the sugar industry concealed its connection to heart disease

By The Washington Post Updated November 23, 2017, 9:03 PM In the 1960s, a debate began on the effect of sugar and fats on cardiovascular diseases. The researchers say that the sugar industry, which wanted to influence the discussion, funded research to study sugar consumption. And when he found data that suggested that sugar was harmful, the powerful industry pointed …

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Nearly half of cancers in the United States linked to lifestyle causes: Study: HEALTH: Tech Times

The Emmy winner & # 39; Veep & # 39; Julia Louis-Dreyfus reveals she has breast cancer on twitter A study finds that four out of ten cancers in the United States are related to poor lifestyle choices. Smoking and drinking are just some factors that increase the risk of cancer. ( Pixabay ) New research finds that almost half …

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Different types of alcohol trigger specific emotions

Vodka, gin, whiskey and other liquors are more likely to increase aggression compared to other alcoholic beverages. In addition, other types of alcohol provoke other specific emotions, shows a large international survey. The new findings highlight "complex relationships" between choices of alcoholic beverages and emotions, note the authors, led by Kathryn Ashton, researcher in public health, politics, research and international …

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Young adults with food allergies with "frequent" allergic reactions that leave researchers searching for answers

Updated November 24, 2017, 07:55:13 Photo: Mr. Habgood is hopeful that eventually there will be a cure for his daughter Emilia's food allergies. (ABC News: Stephanie Ferrier) Related story: What is the difference between an allergic reaction and an anaphylaxis? Related story: Here is the difference between allergy and intolerance (and how it could save your life) A Melbourne study …

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