Image Courtesy of NIAID. While the world faces the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus, another pandemic continues to afflict nearly forty million people worldwide: human immunodeficiency virus
Anthropogenic pollutants—that is, those released by human activities—are toxic and can pose serious risks to human and ecological health. Chlorinated phenolic compounds (CPs), often used
After surgery, effective pain management is one of the most critical aspects of patient recovery. Treatment requirements can vary from person to person, leading to
A Promising New Desalination Technology
Scientists have recently been exploring the potential of utilizing the deadly Ebola virus as a potential treatment against brain tumors. Through testing three chimeric variations of the Ebola virus on severe combined immunodeficient (SCID) mice, it was found that the Ebola virus may be a safe and effective way to protect brain cells while killing tumor cells.