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What you don’t know might hurt you

What you don’t know might hurt you

The many shades of gray between thyroid problems and mental illness

By | Posted August 18, 2014

Dented cans — no deal or no problem?

Dented cans — no deal or no problem?

Botulism contamination is a horrifying possibility, but the risk may be nothing to fuss over

By | Posted July 21, 2014

Good posture to go

Good posture to go

A new product aims to change the way we sit

By | Posted November 12, 2013

Is the brain hard-wired for pain?

Is the brain hard-wired for pain?

Analysis of white matter sheds new light on chronic pain

By | Posted November 4, 2013

New chemical killer stalks streets of Europe

New chemical killer stalks streets of Europe

A closer look at an emerging recreational drug

By | Posted October 22, 2013

Death reconsidered

Death reconsidered

Three physicians discuss advances in modern medicine urging us to redefine death

By | Posted October 20, 2013

Flesh-eating bacteria: an underachieving scourge

Flesh-eating bacteria: an underachieving scourge

A closer look at exaggerated reports of the man-eating microbe that terrorized Florida.

By | Posted October 10, 2013

Nobel prize in physiology recognizes the cargo delivery system in our cells

Nobel prize in physiology recognizes the cargo delivery system in our cells

Three U.S.-based biochemist professors discovered how cells sort molecules.

By | Posted October 7, 2013

Easier, less invasive STD test may be an overlooked winner

Easier, less invasive STD test may be an overlooked winner

A recent study adds to growing support for the use of vaginal swabs for STD testing, over the more invasive endocervical swab

By | Posted April 18, 2013

WHAM! KAPOW! The cellular fight against free radicals

WHAM! KAPOW! The cellular fight against free radicals

Are your body’s antioxidant defenses enough to save the day?

By | Posted January 15, 2013

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