The stay-alive virus, First up the trees, and more

The stay-alive virus, First up the trees, and more


The stay-alive virus Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) may improve survival rates for people with head and neck cancer, a study in Cancer Prevention Research suggests. HPV-negative patients had a median survival of 26.6 months, while the rate for HPV-positive patients could not be calculated because most were still alive. Is your cat a southpaw? Cats are right or left-pawed. A study showed that domestic felines performing complex, challenging tasks – like getting a tuna morsel out of a small jar – favoured one paw over the other. The preference depends on the cat’s sex:
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