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New strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria are appearing faster than scientists can discover new antibiotics.
The antibiotics help those microorganisms survive by attacking other bacteria competing for the same food supply... but how do they protect themselves?
Those tiny dots are actually blood cells moving in the retina of your eye.
Our bodies are also made up of living cells, the antibiotics have to distinguish between the cells in our bodies and the cells of the bacteria.
Scientists may soon be able to use wisdom teeth to create stem cells.
Researchers are developing a new way to detect cancer using a simple cheek swab.
A Moment of Science answers your questions about creating, mixing and drinking alcohol.
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