Our brains are perhaps the final privacy frontier.

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Researchers reprogrammed human cells before injecting them in the monkey embryo.

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In our view, solving the world’s climate problems will require tapping into brainpower beyond science.

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As public health tactics go, it sounded counterintuitive. Across the American border, the measles caseload was inching its way toward a 27-year high.

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Now new standards meant to improve surgical care for older adults have been endorsed by the American College of Surgeons.

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The very nature and purpose of SNAP, or food stamps, remains a point of contention between public health and anti-hunger communities. With our Nancy Kass

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A bioethicist is sounding the alarm on it, based on his firsthand experience. In his new book “In Pain: A Bioethicist’s Personal Struggle with Opioids,” Travis Rieder, details his recovery after a motorcycle accident. Physicians prescribed him large doses of opioid painkillers. But when he wanted to taper off, those same physicians were of little help

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US scientists say their blood test can be 94% effective in spotting those at risk of the illness

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