Posts in: Health

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Why salmonella is so hard to beat

Why salmonella is so hard to beat

New food safety rules emphasize active prevention but face steep challenges

By | Posted November 27, 2015

It might be time to set your teenager’s sleep schedule

It might be time to set your teenager’s sleep schedule

Irregular sleep could be a factor in adolescent obesity

By | Posted November 5, 2015

Is there a reason for grief?

Is there a reason for grief?

Scientists are tackling this all-consuming emotion

By | Posted July 30, 2015

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

By | Posted May 27, 2015

Innocent until proven gluten

Innocent until proven gluten

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

By | Posted March 23, 2015

AUDIO: Body Art

AUDIO: Body Art

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

By | Posted March 18, 2015

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

By | Posted December 9, 2014

Valuable cord blood sits unused in banks

Valuable cord blood sits unused in banks

High costs are keeping patients from using stem cells harvested from umbilical cords

By | Posted December 5, 2014

More bugs, healthier people

More bugs, healthier people

Microbiologist Martin Blaser hopes to restore good microbes to our guts, but will the public take his message too far?

By | Posted December 1, 2014

Is your food safe?

Is your food safe?

Yes — until it’s not. And these experts say that’s the problem

By | Posted November 21, 2014

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