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Should Riskier Drugs Be Approved for Lethal Diseases?

September 1, 2015

As Congress tries to figure out how to speed up the drug approval process, a pair of economists are asking a different question: Are the criteria we use to choose which drugs are safe and effective too inflexible?

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Transplant Surgeons Revive Hearts After Death

September 1, 2015

A technology to keep organs alive outside the body is saving lives. And provoking ethical debates

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Light at the End of the Scalpel

September 1, 2015

Telling cancer from non-cancer is tough for brain surgeons. Scorpions, Amazon.com and the legacy of a dying girl might change that, writes Alex O’Brien

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Homework Could Have an Impact on Kids’ Health. Should Schools Ban It?

September 1, 2015

If we step back from the heated debates about homework and look at how homework is used around the world, we find the highest homework loads are associated with countries that have lower incomes and higher social inequality

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