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Considering that my morning commute (from San Francisco to Palo Alto) took 20 minutes longer than normal today, news about a study linking traffic and …

As Amy Graff over at Mommy Files recently reported, the six largest manufacturers of baby bottles have voluntarily agreed to stop using bisphenol A, an …

There's a new book out that brings up a topic I haven't thought about lately: my first period. It's My Little Red Book, edited by …

Over at Well, blogger Tara Parker-Pope made reference to the president's recent comments about the economy's impact on all of us. During last night's speech, …

Here's an interesting use of text messaging: NHS Hounslow, a British primary care organization, is experimenting with free, self-service home Chlamydia tests that send back …

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I've been pregnant twice, and both times (thanks to a pesky autoimmune disease) meant months of extra ultrasounds and screenings and pre- and post-labor appointments …

In today's Well, Tara Parker-Pope references a handful of studies that in one way or another, come to the same conclusion: recess is good for …

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Following in the tradition of Google Blog Search (beta), Gmail (beta), and Google Scholar (beta), Medpedia is now available as a public beta. Modeled on …

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Scientists and medical researchers have reason to smile a bit wider than usual: yesterday, as part of the $787 billion economic stimulus package signed by …

I don't consider myself a terribly cautious person when it comes to food. Sure, I've been known to throw out a few dairy products after …

Within hours, the U.S. Senate is set to pass an economic stimulus package that includes $10 billion for the National Institutes of Health. The House …