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Podcast: ‘What the health?’ whiplash

Podcast: ‘What the health?’ whiplash

Chocolate production linked to loss of forests in poor countries

Chocolate production linked to loss of forests in poor countries

Cascade of costs could push new gene therapy above $1 million per patient

Cascade of costs could push new gene therapy above $1 million per patient

Researchers use new model to predict intergenerational predisposition to C-section

Researchers use new model to predict intergenerational predisposition to C-section

Stunner on birth control: Trump’s moral exemption is geared to just 2 groups

Stunner on birth control: Trump’s moral exemption is geared to just 2 groups

Trump acting solo: What you need to know about changes to the health law

Trump acting solo: What you need to know about changes to the health law

New research reveals negative consequences of coffee cultivation in Uganda

New research reveals negative consequences of coffee cultivation in Uganda

Giving birth is hard enough. Try it in the middle of a wildfire.

Giving birth is hard enough. Try it in the middle of a wildfire.

Epidural analgesics have no effect on the duration of the second stage of labor, study reveals

Epidural analgesics have no effect on the duration of the second stage of labor, study reveals

Epidural medication has no effect on duration of labor, study shows

Epidural medication has no effect on duration of labor, study shows

New law challenges ‘evils’ of pharma profits, California governor claims

New law challenges ‘evils’ of pharma profits, California governor claims

Eyes fixed on California as governor ponders inking drug price transparency bill

Eyes fixed on California as governor ponders inking drug price transparency bill

Increased fFN testing could help provide better care for women with symptoms of preterm labor

Increased fFN testing could help provide better care for women with symptoms of preterm labor

Study captures economic burden of frontotemporal degeneration in the United States

Study captures economic burden of frontotemporal degeneration in the United States

Flat-fee primary care helps fill niche for Texas’ uninsured

Flat-fee primary care helps fill niche for Texas’ uninsured

New survey reveals changing face of private healthcare market in the UK

New survey reveals changing face of private healthcare market in the UK

Podcast: ‘What the health?’ Repeal and replace is dead. What now?

Podcast: ‘What the health?’ Repeal and replace is dead. What now?

Intrapartum fever during labor leads to maternal and neonatal complications

Intrapartum fever during labor leads to maternal and neonatal complications

Early babies more likely to have poor physical fitness throughout life

Early babies more likely to have poor physical fitness throughout life

The GOP repeal bill is imploding. Here are 5 things left hanging on Obamacare

The GOP repeal bill is imploding. Here are 5 things left hanging on Obamacare