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Bacteria-like Fossils have been Discovered in Australia

Some 3.4 billion-year-old fossils have been chemically analysed, and they might be considered the oldest evidence of life in the world. Information on the fossils These microfossils discovered in 2011 in the Strelley Pools formation in the Western Australia desert.…
Why There is no Vaccine for the Lyme Disease?

The most common vector-borne illness in the U.S., the Lyme disease affects around 30,000 people every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This number, however, could be much higher, possibly reaching 300,000 cases per year, as…
Aspirin Might Save You from HIV

A new tool is needed to provide prevention in being affected by HIV. It must be used in combination with other methods in order to reduce HIV transmission. According to scientists, the low-dose aspirin, the affordable and globally available drug…