Self-Healing Concrete Could Soon Come Our Way

Researchers now working on creating a type of concrete that can mend itself
by Laura Sinpetru, June 3rd, 2013
 

Human Colon Replica Might Help Improve Water Quality

Student builds working model of the human colon, “feeds” it three times a day
by Laura Sinpetru, May 29th, 2013
Poop Present in Public Swimming Pools, CDC Says

Poop Present in Public Swimming Pools, CDC Says

by Laura Sinpetru, May 17th, 2013
Study shows over 50% of public pools contain traces of fecal matter
 

Antibiotics Might Be a Cure for Lower Back Pain

Specialists say an antibiotics regimen could made lower back pain a thing of the past
by Laura Sinpetru, May 9th, 2013
 

50-Year-Old Fluoride Mystery About to Be Solved

Researchers say it won't be long until they figure out how fluoride fights tooth decay
by Laura Sinpetru, May 9th, 2013
 

Mouthless and Gutless Worms Use Acid to Drill into Whale Bones

The worms feast on the nutrients locked in the bones, use the remains as shelter
by Laura Sinpetru, May 1st, 2013
 

Gulf of Mexico Has Surprising “Innate” Ability to Cleanse Oil Spills

Following the Deepwater Horizon, the Gulf of Mexico pretty much managed to clean itself
by Laura Sinpetru, April 9th, 2013
Study Links Obesity to Microorganisms in the Gut

Study Links Obesity to Microorganisms in the Gut

by Laura Sinpetru, March 26th, 2013
Weight gain is determined by more than what a person eats, study says
 

Manuka Honey Might Rid Us of Superbugs, Researchers Say

The honey can allegedly fight superbugs, keep bacteria from becoming antibiotic-resistant
by Laura Sinpetru, March 16th, 2013
 

Cases of Rare Superbug on the Rise in the US

The superbug is resistant to antibiotics, health officials warn
by Laura Sinpetru, February 28th, 2013
 
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