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Researchers use mosquitoes on people to test new malaria vaccine

US HEADLINES: Scientists itching to develop a new malaria vaccine have turned to an unlikely method of injection — by…

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China

Being lonely, unhappy increases aging more than smoking: Study

Today News || News Headlines Washington [US], September 27 (ANI): The accumulation of molecular damage contributes to the development of…

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Technology

There’s New Proof Crispr Can Edit Genes Inside Human Bodies

Tech News || The Crispr components can’t naturally get into cells on their own, so Intellia uses a delivery system…

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China

Tenth batch of Chinese medical team begins work in South Sudan

Today News || News Headlines JUBA, Sept. 16 (Xinhua) — The tenth batch of Chinese medical team on Friday started…

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Toxic algae blooms that sicken people and kill pets surge in US

US HEADLINES: Over 2,300 lakes and rivers across the contiguous U.S. are hosts to blue-green algae blooms, according to data recently released…

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First juvenile monkeypox case reported in NYC as virus spreads

US HEADLINES: New York City has recorded its first juvenile case of monkeypox, New York health department officials confirmed to…

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Business

DC’s pioneering ‘Baby Bonds’ plan aims to narrow wealth gap

Today News || WASHINGTON — Aaliyah Manning’s dreams of becoming a psychologist ended abruptly during her freshman year at Potomac…

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Florida man who died after eating raw oysters had drugs in system: Medical Examiner

US HEADLINES: A south Florida man who died after eating raw oysters last month had several drugs in his system,…

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Technology

A Bioengineered Cornea Shows It Can Improve People’s Sight

Tech News || After their transplants, the researchers followed the volunteers for two years. They concluded that the implants were…

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Health

EXPLAINER: Can the spread of monkeypox be stopped?

Fitness & Health: LONDON — Since May, nearly 90 countries have reported more than 31,000 cases of monkeypox. The World…

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