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Scientists have discovered that the sweet potato genome contains bacterial genes.

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VLPs are like molecules at a virus costume party. They look like viruses on the outside, but they are very different on the inside.

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The winter ticks are not only causing moose to look different, but it may also be the cause of declining moose populations.

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Placebos come in many forms, including sugar pills, salt water injections, and sham surgeries. And they can have a surprisingly strong effect.

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Whereas the “old” bases and the bonds between them affect the sequence of your DNA, the “new” ones relate to epigenetics—how genes are turned “on” and “off”.

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When you cut yourself, your body immediately tries to stop the leak and repair the damage using a process called blood clotting.

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Although studies have found an association between hair dye use and health problems, no causal relationship between the two has been established.

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Danielle is a high school student who attended a symposium on stem cell treatments for diabetes in Vancouver on May 15, 2015.

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To deal with drug-resistant bacteria, scientist-exterminators have developed powerful new tools that could spell the end for superbugs once and for all!

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Ryan is a high school student who attended a symposium on stem cell treatments for diabetes in Vancouver on May 15, 2015.

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