In 1978, Louise Brown became the first baby conceived in a laboratory through assisted reproductive technology. She tells Mosaic what it was like growing up

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Lawsuit claims price guidelines used by fertility clinics artificially suppress the amount women can get for their eggs

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The agency says doctors should consider limiting MRIs to reduce exposure from certain image-enhancing drugs that contain the metal gadolinium

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In July 1990, President George H W Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law in an action that “gave voice to the nation’s highest ideals.” As we celebrate 25 years of ADA, we can see the significance of this law…But what is important to note is that the promise of ADA cannot be fulfilled unless those without disabilities act on its “clear, strong, consistent and enforceable standards.”

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With help from a well-funded, well-researched and invigorated anti-abortion movement, Republican politicians have refined how they are talking about pregnancy and abortion rights, choosing their words in a way they hope puts Democrats on the defensive

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State-run health insurance markets are struggling with high costs and disappointing enrollment, challenges that could lead more of them to turn over operations to the federal government or join forces with other states

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Detailed scientific understanding of how a drug works often comes, ironically enough, near the end of the development process

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The international development and global health community has been torn apart by a debate about parasitic worms that threatens one of the discipline’s holy grails: the idea that somewhere out there is a simple, easy intervention that will have a huge positive effect on a complex, difficult problem

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