NASA released amazing high definition footage of the sun.

What makes the gut microbiome stable?

Outflanking RSV

Vitamin C could target some common cancers

Vitamin C kills tumor cells with hard-to-treat mutation

Microbes aid cancer drugs

World Poverty, Immigration & Gumballs, by Roy Beck

Your Pill Is Printing: FDA Approves First 3-D-Printed Drug

This Is Your Brain on Exercise: Why Physical Exercise (Not Mental Games) Might Be the Best Way to Keep Your Mind Sharp

Climate change can impact what we eat – increasing CO2 leads to ocean acidification, which means we could have 48% less scallops, 45% less oysters and 32% less clams for our grandchildren in 2100.

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