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Curiosity Daily Podcast: A Pill Made from Poop, Universal Organs, Soothing Baby Pain

Today, you’ll learn about an interesting way pills made from poop could help millions of people with allergies, how researchers edited the contents of a pair of donor lungs to better match the recipient, and how pain can affect a baby’s development, and what parents can do about it.

May 06, 2022

Episode show notes:

Peanut allergies are being treated in an…interesting new way.

Lungs can now be edited for a better organ donor match.

Pain isn’t just physically bad for babies - it can stunt their development. Here’s how doctors are treating it.

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