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Is there a reason for grief?

Is there a reason for grief?

Scientists are tackling this all-consuming emotion

I was 11 years old when my paternal grandfather had a heart attack and died in his recliner. Even though he lived a twelve-hour drive away from us on a farm in Versailles, Kentucky (pronounced “Ver-SAILS”), we visited at least twice a year. He was the one person in the family who called me “Katie.”

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Why we're not ready for GMO labeling — yet

Why we’re not ready for GMO labeling — yet

Until the public can see eye-to-eye with the majority of scientists, extra labeling isn’t worth the stress

FDA approves implanted weight loss device

FDA approves implanted weight loss device

The device uses electric pulses to suppress hunger to help obese adults who have had difficulty losing weight independently

Cold viruses thrive in cold noses

Cold viruses thrive in cold noses

Researchers learn why cooler weather correlates with more cases of the common cold

Imaging the heart requires an awkward pose

Imaging the heart requires an awkward pose

Feeling like you have to pee is only one of the uncomfortable moments in a coronary angiogram

Innocent until proven gluten

Innocent until proven gluten

Researchers struggle to pinpoint the part of wheat that makes some people sick

AUDIO: Body Art

AUDIO: Body Art

Medical illustrator Marie Rossettie speaks about the things deep inside us that give life to her art

Should obese women take the pill differently?

Should obese women take the pill differently?

When hormones in oral contraceptives are less effective, obese women need a new strategy to prevent unwanted pregnancy