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Got an old cell phone you'd like to toss? Stanford medical student Nadim Mahmud would gratefully take it and put it to good use helping …

A team of emergency medicine physicians and nurses from Stanford departed for Haiti early this morning to aid with relief efforts. The medical team will …

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I'm dorkily excited about the Science Online 2010 conference starting tomorrow in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. No, not because I'm going (sigh), but because …

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The morning after the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti, the halls of Hopital Albert Schweitzer in the Artibonite Valley, some 40 miles north of the …

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Among the tragic side-effects of the 1994 Rwandan genocide is that so many children were left behind after witnessing the trauma of seeing many family …

The Associated Press has produced a rather fascinating Flash presentation illustrating the threat that drug resistance poses to global health. Entitled "When Drugs Stop Working: …

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