Sea Sick Corals and Chronic Fatigue
This week we hear how seaweed is making coral sea-sick, how anti-virals could be used to treat Alzheimers disease, get new insight into the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and discover the possibility of water on another Solar System. Plus, how a kitchen could help you learn French, the opening of the World's first Spaceport, new hope for a Malaria vaccine and new insight into how the Giant Panda survives on a diet of Bamboo!
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Our Solar System may not be alone in having an abundant supply of water -- that's according to a paper published this week in the Journal Science...
A patient receiving treatment for lymphoma simultaenously recovered from chronic fatigue syndrome, revealing a novel way to combat the conditions, researchers have revealed.
Seaweeds, also known as macroalgae, can unleash a chemical arsenal toxic to corals, scientists have found.
Drugs targeting herpes simplex virus (HSV), the agent that causes cold sores, might also abate Alzheimer's, new research has shown...
The opening of the World's first spaceport, improving IVF success with genetic screening, New hope for a Malaria Vaccine and how Giant Pandas survive on Bamboo...
We are what we eat, but what about when what we eat takes over?