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Antibiotics can treat UTIs, but with the rise of drug-resistant bacteria, scientists are searching for alternative approaches.
Dr. Nelly Adel has been named chair of the Pharmacy Practice Department of the Touro College of Pharmacy.
New research suggests that rutin extracted from mulberries acts as an activator of brown adipose tissue.
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