No More Ouch for Diabetics?
When receiving needed medications, most people, if given a choice between taking it orally or by injection, would probably choose the less painful method and take a pill or capsule rather than get stuck with a needle. However, people with type 1 diabetes who are dependent on insulin don’t have such a choice. Every day […]
Our Expanding Universe; LISA Pathfinder is a Success; Drugs in Waterways
How Fast is the Universe Expanding? The universe is a big place. And it’s getting even bigger, and at a faster rate than scientists had predicted. That’s according to a new study at Johns Hopkins University, led by Professor Adam Reiss. The study is based on an analysis of data gathered by the Hubble Space […]
Some Bacteria are Sneakier Than First Suspected
The emergence and rapid growth of antibiotic resistant bacteria has become a serious worldwide health concern. The World Health Organization said in its 2014 report on antimicrobial resistance that “without urgent, coordinated action, the world is heading towards a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries, which have been treatable for decades, can […]