Two federal agencies are warning hospitals not to use a drug infusion pump due to “cybersecurity vulnerabilities”

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The issue stems from the fact that enrollees must check a single gender box when they sign up for a plan sold on the individual or small group markets, according to advocates and health care providers

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With people living longer than ever, being able to replace bits of the human body as they wear out has become a new frontier in medicine

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Solar Power for Everyone

June 24, 2015

Cheap green energy is finally within reach, and it’s making utility companies nervous

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The drone will carry enough medication for two or three women. But campaigners hope it will also deliver a message about inequality

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The first hijacking of a medical telerobot raises important questions over the security of remote surgery, say computer security experts

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We tend to trust our computers a lot. Perhaps too much, as one hospital nurse learned the hard way

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The ability to precisely and accurately change almost any part of any genome, even in complex species such as humans, may soon become a reality through genome editing. But with great power comes great responsibility – and few subjects elicit such heated debates about moral rights and wrongs

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