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Knowing the details of genetic variance may help improve personalized medicine.
I have a schnoz just below Cyrano scale. My friend calls it a Roman senator's beak, while my wife claims it's more like a ski slope. I usually interject something like lions have strong noses or that the Romans once controlled most of the known world, which is met with eye rolls or smirks. When people try to guess my ethnicity, they usually say either Jewish or Italian.
German researchers find an unexpected source for new antibiotics as growing drug resistance threatens to cause worldwide epidemics.
Microbes that live in our noses are able to kill MRSA, a superbug that has been resistant to various antibiotics. Researchers hope to use this discovery to develop new antibiotics.