Day: January 9, 2015

Teixobactin, New Antibiotic Kills Bacteria Without Causing Resistance

The field of microbiology has developed expansively such that a wide array of information on microorganisms has allowed for us to learn how to counteract the harmful ones. The manufacture of antibiotics has contributed enormously to combatting diseases caused by these microscopic living things that were otherwise incurable in the past. However, antibiotics have always

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Solar Activity In The Year You Were Born Might Be Affecting Your Survival

A new scientific study, with perhaps a superficial touch of astrology, purports that the solar activity during the year of one’s birth might be affecting certain aspects of one’s life. The effects are said to span into adulthood, brushing on survival, fertility and life-span. The environment in which we are born, live in and develop

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