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Researchers regrow hair on wounded skin
By stirring crosstalk among skin cells that form the roots of hair, researchers report they have regrown hair strands on damaged skin. The findings better explain why hair does not normally grow on wounded skin, and may help in the search for better drugs to restore hair growth, said the study's authors.
Researchers: Mutant superbugs menace future space station expeditions
Researchers found five strains of a multidrug-resistant bacterium similar to hospital-acquired infections on the International Space Station (ISS), raising concerns about the organisms' health implications for future missions.
Researchers find source of deadly 2015 Southeast Asia smoke cloud
Smoke from widespread fires in Indonesia in the summer and fall of 2015 hung heavily over major urban centers in Southeast Asia, causing adverse health effects for millions of people.
Scottish researchers create 'crystal maze' for light
Researchers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh created a ‘crystal maze’ to control how light spreads.
Pregnancy gap should be at least a year: Researchers
Mothers should wait at least a year between giving birth and getting pregnant again to reduce health risks to mother and baby, a new study says.
Dry lakes and dust storms: Dramatic changes to Yukon glaciers warning for planet, researchers say
The dramatic changes to the glaciers in the southwest Yukon in Canada are an early warning of what climate change could mean for the rest of the planet, researchers say.
Researchers find potential treatment for knee, spine osteoarthritis
New research with rats and human tissue samples may lead to a treatment for people with knee and spine osteoarthritis based on a newly found molecular target.
Mayo researchers develop new genetics-based prognostic tool for myelodysplastic syndrome
Researchers at Mayo Clinic have developed a new genetics-based prognostic tool for myelodysplastic syndrome. Their findings are published in the October print issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Researchers tag third great white shark during Nova Scotia expedition
Researchers looking for a possible great white shark mating site off Nova Scotia, Canada, are having a successful expedition so far, after tagging their third mature male great white shark.
Argentina’s economic crisis could trigger scientific ‘collapse,’ researchers warn
Argentine scientists are deeply worried about the effects of the country’s economic crisis on science.
Researchers ID compounds that could help stop malaria
Malaria is transmitted by mosquitoes carrying malaria parasites, but scientists report they have discovered compounds that might keep mosquitoes from spreading the sometimes deadly disease.

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