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Vaping: A Serious Hit to Your Health Vaping: A Serious Hit to Your Health

A young patient lies in a hospital bed in the intensive care unit (ICU) connected to a mechanical breathing machine that will perform basic functions his body can no longer do. He is a vaper, and his experience is becoming increasingly common in hospitals across the nation.

Vaping: A Serious Hit to Your Health

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Vaping: A Serious Hit to Your Health
A young patient lies in a hospital bed in the intensive care unit (ICU) connected to a mechanical breathing machine that will perform basic functions his body can no longer do. He is a vaper, and his experience is becoming increasingly common in hospitals across the nation.
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Phage Therapy Shows Promise Beyond Treating Infections
Bacteriophages are viruses that specifically destroy bacteria. In the early 20th century, researchers experimented with phages as a potential method for treating bacterial infections. But then antibiotics emerged and phages fell out of favor. With the rise of antibiotic-resistant infections, however, researchers have renewed their interest in phage therapy.
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The Race to Stay Ahead of Wildfires
As if to keep up with the growing frequency and intensity of wildfires throughout California, a network of wildfire-spotting cameras grew from 35 stations last year to more than 300 as of late October.
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Mobile Food Pantries Pop Up Across Campus
Mobile food pantries have begun to pop up across UC San Diego, offering students a free selection of locally grown, organic produce and dry goods. The goal is to provide undergraduate and graduate students who may be experiencing food insecurity with nutritious sustenance each week.