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health.10ztalk.comDoes Salt Water Help Your Cut? And Other Health Myths of Summer ⋆ health.10ztalk.comLatest Prevention & Wellness News FRIDAY, June 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) — It’s often said salt water is good for cuts. Or that sunscreen isn’t needed on cloudy days. But both are incorrect, says Isabel Valdez, a physician assistant and instructor of family medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. When you …1
vitals.lifehacker.comMG Is a Rare STD That May Soon Become a Lot More CommonAs if there weren’t enough sexually transmitted diseases to worry about, Mycoplasma genitalium is now being more closely scrutinized by public officials. A British sexual health organization has released new guidelines for stopping it from becoming the next superbug, and the least we can do is be aware that it exists.
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americaninno.comGuide: 15 Boston Microbiome Startups to Watch"Bacteria, it's the only culture some people have!" If you spot someone wearing a tee shirt with that saying, there is some chance they work at a microbiome startup. If they don't, it's probably worth looking into. The human microbiome is an ecosystem full of trillions of microbes (some beneficial, some pernicious ) that aid bodily functions like digestion, nutrient absorption and building immunity. A lot of scientific research, and recently, venture capital dollars has gone into fixing the imbalance of the microbiome — both in humans and plants. And we are now looking at companies developing treatments for a range of ailments from obesity to Crohn's disease to Autism Spectrum Disorder. According to Statistics MRC, the Global Human Microbiome Market is expected to grow from $235.8 million in 2018 to $521.23 million by 2022 growing at a CAGR of 21.9% during the forecast period. In 2008, the United States National Institutes of Health launched the Human Microbiome Project, a research76