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Gastric bypass controls diabetes long term better than other methods
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STOMACH SURGERY Gastric bypass surgery reduces the size of the stomach and shortens the digestive path for food. While performed for weight loss, the procedure may also bring long-term remission of diabetes. E. Otwell. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail.

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Fossil shows that ancient reptile gave live birth
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PREHISTORIC PREGNANCY With a long-necked body not suited to walking, an ancient marine reptile Dinocephalosaurus (illustrated) may have evolved to give live birth in the ocean rather than lay eggs on land, a new study suggests. Dinghua Yang, J. Liu.
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Human gene editing therapies are OK in certain cases, panel advises
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EDITING OUT DISEASE Gene therapy can cure a genetic disease called severe combined immunodeficiency, or “bubble boy,” disease. Using new gene editing techniques like CRISPR/Cas9 to treat genetic diseases is fine under certain conditions, but it …
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Melting Canadian Glaciers Are Now One of the Biggest Sources of Sea Level Rise
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A team of glaciologists, scientists that specialize in studying glaciers, has discovered that Canadian glaciers are a major source of the rising sea level. As climate change worsens, these glaciers will continue to melt rapidly. The findings are in a

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Under blanket of ice, lakes teem with life
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The brownish tinge that looks a lot like mud on the ice here, in Lake Erie, is something else. That “mud” is in fact billions of microscopic algae living on the underside of the ice. They're a crucial part of the lake's food web. Michael Twiss. Frozen

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New Malaria Vaccine Passes Its First Clinical Trial with No Adverse Side Effects
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A vaccine for malaria has just passed its first clinical trial with human volunteers. The vaccine combines living malaria pathogens with antimalarial medications and granted volunteers 100% immunity to the parasite even after 10 weeks. The details are

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Coral reef crab named after Harry Potter characters
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ACCIO CRAB! A newly identified crab species from Guam (Harryplax severus) is named after Harry Potter, the main character in J.K. Rowling's popular books, and Harry Conley, who discovered the crab and had a knack for finding rare sea creatures, as if

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