The case of the 2017 famine in South Sudan. By Haley Swartz with our Global Food Ethics and Policy Program

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When teaching hospitals put pharmaceutical sales representatives on a shorter leash, their doctors tended to order fewer promoted brand-name drugs and used more generic versions instead, a study published Tuesday in JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association, shows

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HFEA says it has contacted clinics accused of offering women on low incomes free IVF treatment if they donate eggs

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Ketamine can ease depression in hours, but researchers might have misjudged how it works

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Can virtual reality really soothe pain? Jo Marchant meets the doctors who say yes, and who hope this is a solution for the country consuming 80 per cent of the world’s opioid supply: the United States of America

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Our Global Food Ethics and Policy Program hosts workshop to move ethical certification project forward

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Sometimes, even professionally compassionate people get tired. Kristin Laurel, a flight nurse from Waconia, Minn., has worked in trauma units for over two decades. The daily exposure to distressing situations can sometimes result in compassion fatigue

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The pork industry has always been creative about finding uses for pig byproducts

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