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Can We Talk About Your Weight?

August 25, 2016

Patients may be more likely to listen to recommendations if they’ve first been given the option of participating.

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Kuwait’s New DNA Collection Law is Scarier Than We Ever Imagined

August 25, 2016

“The intention is extraordinarily troubling, but on top of that, it’s important to call into question the science they claim underlies it,” Dr. Debra Mathews, PhD, the Assistant Director for Science Programs at the Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University, told me.

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These New Stem Cell Treatments Are Expensive — And Unproven

August 24, 2016

The proliferation of clinics nationwide offering stem cell therapies unnerves many researchers, who fear that unrealistic public expectations could undermine their own credibility.

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The Fight to Save the World’s Seas From China’s Bloated Fishing Industry

August 24, 2016

New data from environmental groups indicates that Chinese fishing ships are disguising their true location via cloaking devices, employing destructive fishing techniques and flouting the territorial boundaries of sovereign nations.

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