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As holdout Missouri joins nation in monitoring opioid prescriptions, experts worry

As holdout Missouri joins nation in monitoring opioid prescriptions, experts worry

Mice study identifies pathways that link high-fat diet to atherosclerosis

Mice study identifies pathways that link high-fat diet to atherosclerosis

New discovery could yield a potential new treatment for breast cancer

New discovery could yield a potential new treatment for breast cancer

FDA's controversial decision to approve aducanumab for Alzheimer's treatment raises major ethical issues

FDA's controversial decision to approve aducanumab for Alzheimer's treatment raises major ethical issues

COVID-19 Vaccine DSMB can serve as model for future situations

COVID-19 Vaccine DSMB can serve as model for future situations

Experts offer plausible solutions to mitigate zoonotic risk associated with intensive animal agriculture

Experts offer plausible solutions to mitigate zoonotic risk associated with intensive animal agriculture

New data reveals higher incidence of severe stroke in COVID-positive people

New data reveals higher incidence of severe stroke in COVID-positive people

Study: Organic-certified meats less likely to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria

Study: Organic-certified meats less likely to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria

Benefits of drug research are not being shared equitably among study participants, indicates study

Benefits of drug research are not being shared equitably among study participants, indicates study

Geisinger wins $3.6 million contract to study the role of genetic variation in cancer

Geisinger wins $3.6 million contract to study the role of genetic variation in cancer

Baseline brain imaging should be considered in most metastatic kidney cancer patients, study suggests

Baseline brain imaging should be considered in most metastatic kidney cancer patients, study suggests

Pandemic had motivated older adults to discuss care planning, shows survey

Pandemic had motivated older adults to discuss care planning, shows survey

COVID-19 pandemic can be used as a prompt for discussing older adults' wishes for end-of-life care

COVID-19 pandemic can be used as a prompt for discussing older adults' wishes for end-of-life care

Stop blaming Tuskegee, critics say. It’s not an ‘excuse’ for current medical racism.

Stop blaming Tuskegee, critics say. It’s not an ‘excuse’ for current medical racism.

Survey finds a steady increase in acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines among healthcare workers

Survey finds a steady increase in acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines among healthcare workers

Researchers develop “Crisis Standards of Care” policy to address ethical issues

Researchers develop “Crisis Standards of Care” policy to address ethical issues

Scarce medical resources should be allocated equally during public health crisis, say ethicists

Scarce medical resources should be allocated equally during public health crisis, say ethicists

Researchers perform new study on intersex experience

Researchers perform new study on intersex experience

Artificial intelligence can predict risk of new-onset atrial fibrillation and AF-related stroke

Artificial intelligence can predict risk of new-onset atrial fibrillation and AF-related stroke

Study suggests revisiting 14-day limit on human embryo in a dish

Study suggests revisiting 14-day limit on human embryo in a dish