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By Teresa Carey
Although snake bites are rarely fatal in the United States, every year about 100,000 people die worldwide after being bitten by venomous snakes. A California doctor has developed a nasal spray treatment that may be able to help some snake…
By PBS NewsHour
Despite their notoriety, snakes -- according to some enthusiasts -- aren’t getting the attention they deserve, especially when they bite people, which they do with some frequency. The World Health Organization estimates that between 94,000 and 125,000 people die every…
By Spencer Michels
Snakes have been around for some 150 million years, but their ancient physiology might hold some important clues to developing new drugs.
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