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Frozen Poop Pills Fight Infections

Frozen Poop Pills Fight Infections
Do you think you could swallow frozen poop in a pill? What if you were infected by a stubborn strain of Clostridium difficile and suffering from diarrhea bad enough to send you to a hospital?
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Ebola Suits Can Keep Wearers Safe
In the heart of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, healthcare workers are sealed head to foot in waterproof suits that have been tested against viral, bacterial and chemical intrusion.
Ebola Pet Threat? CDC Says No
Public health experts and animal lovers are carefully monitoring the health of a Dallas-area resident who may have had close contact with Nina Pham, the nurse being treated for Ebola.
Humans May Name Era We Live In
People are changing Earth so much, warming and polluting it, that scientists are turning to a new way to describe the time in which we live. They're calling it the Anthropocene -- the age of humans.
Step to Artificial Hand with Touch
Scientists are moving closer to an artificial hand that can feel: Implanted electrodes allowed some amputees to tell by touch how gently to grasp, letting them pluck fruit without crushing it.
Nature Trumps Nurture in Academics
With intelligence, personality factors.
Autism: Magic Show that Won't End?
Theory says world seems unpredictable.
Three Win Nobel for Microscopes
Let cells be seen at molecular level.
Three Share Nobel for Blue Diode
They revolutionized lighting technology.
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