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'Nightmare' drug-resistant bacteria CRE found in U.S.
The United States' first known case of a superbug that cannot be killed by any existing antibiotic was announced Thursday by the U.S. Department of Defense.

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How to stop superbugs from killing 10 million people a year
Superbugs could kill one person every three seconds by 2050, the equivalent of 10 million people a year, according to the final report last week from the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, established in 2014 to keep the world from being "cast back into the dark ages of medicine." Thu, 26 May 2016 16:26:37 EDT
Preventing nearly 40,000 'superbug' deaths requires teamwork, CDC says
An estimated 37,000 people could die in the next five years from antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" if health care centers don't work together to prevent infections, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says in a report released Tuesday.

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Thu, 26 May 2016 16:26:57 EDT
Living in the shadow of Huntington's disease
Four words have haunted Matt Manzone as long as he can remember: "Should I get tested?" Thu, 26 May 2016 08:03:36 EDT
This is your brain in space
NASA has to solve the people problem before it can send humans to Mars.

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What makes a good speller (or a bad one)?
By the time he was 6 or 7 years old, Sameer Mishra was a pretty confident speller. His memory was sharp, he liked to read, and he actually enjoyed the weekly tests at school. While his parents drilled his older sister, a National Spelling Bee competitor, he'd angle for his own list of words. Thu, 26 May 2016 12:07:56 EDT
Former players rally around coach in final battle with Parkinson's
For 16 seasons, Don Horton was a dad to his college football teams. Now, his former players are coming to the dying coach's aid.

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Thu, 26 May 2016 07:59:42 EDT
Why strong friendships are key to men's mental health
For decades this Philadelphia physician lived a life inside his head, rarely expressing himself with his heart. He says his inability to open up wasn't good for his first marriage, or his second. Thu, 26 May 2016 09:19:00 EDT
Texting while driving might derail your brain's 'autopilot'
Whether it's kids squabbling in the back seat, work stress, or your phone constantly pinging, countless things can distract you when you're driving. But are certain distractions riskier than others?

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Spider webs implanted into humans
Prof. Fritz Vollrath is harnessing the amazing powers of a spider's silk to regenerate human bodies for healing. Wed, 25 May 2016 08:03:00 EDT
The most accurate clock in the world is redefining the second
What if everything you knew about time was wrong and time actually moved at a different rate than what your watch or the clock on your phone is telling you right now? A new study is getting us closer to a much more accurate way to keep time and that could lead to more accurate GPS, faster stock trades, and a better power grid.

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Wed, 25 May 2016 11:25:32 EDT
Baby born without skull in the back of his head defies odds
Even as Ben and Alyssa Riedhead were expecting their first child, they were planning for his funeral. But baby Williams proved the doctors wrong. Wed, 25 May 2016 07:54:48 EDT
How to stop a kid's meltdown
In my house, we called it going boneless. That's when my girls, as toddlers, would arch their backs, screaming uncontrollably, usually in a public place (of course!) and there was nothing my husband or I could do to satisfy them.

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Why some couples have more sex
If researchers seem a bit, well, voyeuristic with regard to people's sex lives, there's good reason for it: In heterosexual marriages, the happier people are with the sexual lives, the happier they are with their relationships. And if you want to know how much a newlywed couple is enjoying and having sex and really, who doesn't then look at their personalities. Wed, 25 May 2016 09:17:33 EDT
Would you eat this in space?
Would you like red pepper risotto in a place where everything around you is floating in space?

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Wed, 25 May 2016 15:53:42 EDT
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