— William Wilberforce
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Published April 29, 2017 | Best in Video
Dear 16-year old me, your fast-paced like is about to hit a wall and shatter. You aren’t ready, but I promise you will get through it. February 17th, 2015, you will be prescribed the antibiotic ciprofloxacin. A few days later, your right arm will start hurting. You will think you slept on it wrong. You will think, this sucks, I have rehearsal tonight. The pain will spread to your shoulder, the right side of your abdomen, your right leg. You …
Acne, one of the more universal causes of teenage angst, affects many adults as well. A chronic inflammatory disease condition, the role of inflammation in the pathology of acne has been confirmed but there are questions about exactly how and why some people develop severe types of acne and others do not. Some researchers believe the chronic inflammatory skin condition may be caused by an overactive inflammatory response to Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes), a type of bacteria that is normally present on everyone’s skin, and that…
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Apr. 24, 2017 that it will conduct field trials in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi next year on the world’s first malaria vaccine. The vaccine, known as RTS,S (Mosquirix), was developed by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) of the United Kingdom. It is a injectable vaccine that reportedly offers partial protection against malaria in young children.
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