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HIV Creates Viral Reservoirs Soon

HIV Creates Viral Reservoirs Soon
In a sobering discovery, researchers say that rapid treatment of HIV-like infections in monkeys failed to prevent the establishment of persistent viral reservoirs in as little as three days.
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Study: Smelling Passed Gas Helpful
When people pass gas, most bystanders scatter and hold their breath, but researchers at the University of Exeter in England actually suggest sticking around and inhaling through the nostrils.
Scientists Crush Diamond with Laser
Scientists are trying to determine what happens to matter when it is exposed to the immense pressures at the center of gas giant planets and stars. And they're using a diamond to help figure it out.
Study: Friends Share DNA Similarities
You may be more similar to your friends than you think: A study suggests that the DNA code tends to be more alike between friends than between strangers -- beyond the effect of shared ethnicity.
Scientists Turning to Crowdfunding
Researchers are turning to the modern-day world of crowdfunding, the practice of using the Internet to raise relatively small amounts of money from a lot of people to finance a project.
US Orders a New Cray for Nuclear Arms
May be world's fastest supercomputer.
Pentagon Bets Big on Brain Implant
That may turbocharge human cognition.
Scientists Criticize Brain Project
Fear it harm neuroscience, waste funds.
Study: Thinking By Yourself Isn't Fun
People find themselves poor company.
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