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Human norovirus is the number one cause of foodborne illness in the United States, accounting for 58 percent of cases. The virus is also known as gastroenteritis and commonly called the stomach flu, and there is currently no treatment available for those infected. However, Sabastine Arthur, graduate student in cell and molecular biology, wants to change that...Full article
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that nearly 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, and that number is growing each year.
Type 2 diabetes, which starts with insulin resistance in the skeletal muscle, accounts for 90 to 95 percent of diabetes in adults. David Lee, graduate student in kinesiology at the University of Arkansas, is investigating a way to put an end to the disease – or at least lessen its severity... Full article
Nathanael Franks came to the University of Arkansas in the fall of 2010 as an Honors College freshman and a newly minted member of the Razorback track and field team. Four years later, he has completed bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and physics, a master’s degree in business administration and is set to finish a master’s degree in accounting in May 2015 – not to mention he has etched his name in the Razorback track and field record books...
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