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Studies that intentionally infect people with disease-causing bugs are on the rise
Vibrio cholerae, a comma-shaped bacterium that contaminates water and food, can kill fast. Acids in the stomach can wipe out billions of the bacteria, but if a person swallows as few as 1000 with food, some may survive the swim to the small intestine ...
Biotech company will sponsor historic high school science competition
... the prestigious high school science competitions run by the Society for Science and the Public (SSP) in Washington, D.C. New York-based Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. will invest $100 million over the next 10 years to become the third such sponsor ...
Green Day celebrates 'Dookie' at Fox Theater
... punk band The Fuxedos turned the three-minute, whiney whirlwind of “Basket Case” into a nearly 10-minute dramatic performance, complete with bloody tuxedos, sexualized stuffed animals and a diatribe on the state of American pharmaceutical companies ...
Feature: The man who wants to beat back aging
... are all academics, none from industry (although Barzilai is co-founder of a biotech company, CohBar Inc., that is working to develop drugs targeting age-related diseases).
China's Market For Vitamin And Mineral Supplements Face Challenge From Old ...
Traditional medicines China An employee works at a traditional Chinese medicine shop in Shanghai, China, September 16, 2015.
Medical pot activists fear epilepsy drug Epidiolex could undercut them
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An experimental epilepsy drug made from cannabis plants grown in England is complicating the medical marijuana debate in hospitals and statehouses.
Mayoral Candidates Andrew Ginther and Zach Scott, in Their Own Words
The race to become Columbus' new mayor is down to two candidates, city council president Andrew Ginther and Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott.
Dumbarton gardeners pay homage to historic herb garden
Although her aunt's account of the Padua garden was brief, it stuck in her mind, and Farrand set about creating a version of it at Yale -- two of the four quadrants were incorporated into a botanic garden developed in the 1920s. She was working on ...
DEA eases requirements for natural cannabis-derived drug research
Pioneering the effort is Britain's GW Pharmaceuticals, which is slated next year to deliver the results of four late-stage U.S.
Medical Marijuana Making Global Waves
Archeologists found cannabis seeds inside Siberian burial mounds from 3000 B.C. Thousands of years ago, the Chinese used cannabis as a medicine.