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Twin brothers working in labs 2,260 miles apart are part of a team of scientists who found a simple way to reverse the effects of …

Maybe it's because my disposable lenses are reaching the end of their lifespan, leaving me squinty and dry-eyed, but I find myself following the latest …

Stanford's Irving Weissman, MD, questions who's really in charge of our national embryonic stem cell research policy.

Stanford's Irving Weissman, MD, questions who's really in charge of our national embryonic stem cell research policy.

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Has Douglas Elmemdorf, CBO director, put a nail into the coffin on the notion that the Congress could possibly have a legislative reform package ready …

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Patients at Mulago Hospital in Uganda are entitled to receive only one thing: a thin mattress. Everything else -- meals, fresh clothes, sheets, blankets -- …

Year: 1982 Setting: Ouesso hospital, Northern Congo Position: Medical expert on a timber consortium mission It has been quite an adventure riding for three days …

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Today at Wired Science, Aaron Rowe brings us the Top 10 Scientific Music Videos. The topics range from the human heart to the Large Hadron …

Drug manufacturer Roche announced yesterday (6/09/09) that for financial reasons it will stop marketing Accutane, a medication for treating severe acne. Roche's patent on the …

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Keith Humphreys, PhD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral science, is embarking on a new role this week - that of Senior Policy Advisor at the …

When I asked Stanford health-care economist Victor Fuchs back in 2005 what it would take to significantly reform the U.S. health-care system, he said nothing …

Year: 1997 Setting: Singapore Position: Emergency medicine consultant Yes, I will be ready in two hours. The representative of International SOS, a provider of medical …

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Score one for low-tech, high-impact interventions: The newest revolution in microbiology testing walks on four legs and says "baa." It's the hair sheep, a less-hirsute …