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2016 August 23 | Tags: In the news

The Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV), a common herpes virus, causes mononucleosis which is often called “mono” or “the kissing disease” and is spread through saliva. People between the ages of 15 to 30 are most at risk to contract mono, with symptoms similar to the flu including fatigue, fever, muscle weakness, sore throat, and swollen lymph nodes.
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2016 August 16 | Tags: In the news

Abnormal growth of skin cells is a common form of cancer including basal-cell, squamous-cell and the more deadly melanoma. Genetics and environmental factors increase the risk of developing skin cancer. For example, excessive exposure to sunlight or tanning beds have been shown to be the primary cause of Melanoma.
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2016 August 9 | Tags: In the news

Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), has gained increased prominence with human excrement becoming a precious commodity. Research suggests that microbes in the gut may play a role in allergies, autoimmune disorders, diabetes and obesity. The purpose of transplanting feces is to replace good bacteria that has been suppressed or killed, usually by antibiotics, which can cause bad bacteria to overgrow. Healthy donor stool is administrated via multiple routes including colonoscopy or capsules.
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