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# Mice

Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Study of drug extending the lifespan of mice may point to possibility of human use
Last year
New UCC research discovers link between social anxiety disorder and gut microbes
Forensic Science Ireland offices dealt with spate of mice infestations in past year
All time
Farmers battle to save crops after 'plague' of mice invade Australia's rural east
Dublin requests for HSE pest control increased by around one-fifth last year
Cockroaches and rodent droppings: 11 food businesses received closure orders in June
Weirdly shaped mouse sperm can be used to tell species apart
Cork hospital spends €30k on pest control after rodents were found in sink
Meath pizzeria receives closure order after human excrement observed 'bubbling up through toilet bowl'
From next year, stores will have to track the sales of rodent poison
Cholesterol-lowering vaccine could be available in six years
Pest company called to St James's Hospital more than 100 times in last two years
A short history of mice: The little rodents have been with us for much longer than we thought
We can now add 'third hand smoke' to the reasons smoking is dreadful for our health
Stress in pregnancy can impact children for life
Sperm has been made from mouse stem cells paving way for treatment of male infertility
We finally know why there are holes in Swiss cheese
Protester releases a load of mice during Congress hearing
Rats On A Plane: Rodent infestation grounds Indian aircraft
Turns out a good night's sleep after learning something new WILL improve memory
Just some mice, on turntables, running as fast as their little legs will carry them
The male contraceptive pill now a step closer
Debunked: Is a rat never more than a few metres away?
Plane damaged on Dublin Airport runway was carrying... rats and mice
Potential infertility cure: stem cells create viable eggs in mice
Study shows males exposed to chronic stress have anxious daughters
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Dieting forces the brain to eat itself - report
Scientists 'turned mice gay' through hormone immunity
Pizzeria owner accused of planting mice to sabotage rivals
Exterminators warn of rodent increase as winter approaches