Just because a health app has a privacy policy doesn’t mean the data will remain private, an analysis of mobile tools for diabetes suggests

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The impact of long-term policies on future generations will differ over time, and policymaking should take this into account, argues Céline Kermisch

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An international group of pediatric cancer specialists was so troubled about the profession’s unsystematic approach to distributing scarce medicine that it developed rationing guidelines that are being released Friday. The effort is led by the Berman Institute’s Dr. Yoram Unguru

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As Germans consider end-of-life legislation, so-called “death with dignity” laws are set to expand in the United States. Miriam Widman reports from Portland, Oregon, one of the first places to allow the right to die

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An intense debate has flared over whether the federal government should fund research that creates partly human creatures using human stem cells

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It wasn’t what President George W. Bush had in mind. In 2001, Bush restricted the use of federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, giving conservatives what looked like a major victory in the nation’s culture wars

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Food outbreaks that cross state borders are being recognized with greater frequency

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