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How Artificial Intelligence Could Help Diagnose Mental Disorders

August 23, 2016

Machine learning could train software to spot verbal tics associated with schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder.

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For Some Companies, Zika Means Business

August 23, 2016

The Zika threat has led to economic opportunities for some businesses in Maryland and elsewhere as the state and federal governments have launched efforts to prevent spread of the virus.

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The System for Catching Dangerous Pathogens in America’s Food Supply is Finally Working

August 23, 2016

The increase in alerts about food illness outbreaks and product recalls is a signal that the system for testing food for dangerous pathogens is working, and making strides toward improvement.

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Drug and Device Makers Pay Thousands of Docs with Disciplinary Records

August 23, 2016

Physicians whose state boards have sanctioned them for harming patients, unnecessarily prescribing addictive drugs, bilking federal insurance programs and even sexual misconduct nonetheless continue to receive payments for consulting, giving talks about products, and more

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