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Vaccine from Space
Where on Earth is the cure for food poisoning?
Perhaps Earth isnot the place to look...
There are around 40,000 cases of salmonella infections in the US each year. Salmonella is an unpleasant type of food poisoning that can grow on foods that are not cookedwell. A person who gets sick from salmonella may vomit and experience pain in their stomach. Don't worry, scientists are working to find a way to protect people against this illness. They are using outerspace as their laboratory!
[pic]Scientists are trying to create a vaccine against salmonella food poisoning aboard the International Space Station. This is the first time scientists are studying theeffect of spaceflight on poisonous bacteria like salmonella.
Julie Robinson, a scientist at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, believes that this research may improve the way we store our food.The research could also help doctors treat infections from other bacteria similar to salmonella, as well as help protect astronauts from disease while in space.
However, until the vaccine is ready,...
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