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- 12/13/18--02:37: Researchers Develop Portable Diagnostic Test For Ebola And Malaria
The attorney general's conditions include limits on annual price increases for the next seven years.
On Morning Edition, Bob Oakes spoke with two people about the supposed genetically edited babies, with Daniel Suarez, a science fiction writer who focuses on the potential impact of gene editing; and David Lieu, the director of the Merken Institute of Transformative Technologies in Healthcare and a member of the Broad Institute.
The top federal prosecutor in Massachusetts has sent letters to a number of doctors and medical professionals in the state warning them that their prescribing practices have raised red flags in the state's effort to combat opioid addiction.
With a new generation of gene-edited food on the way, it's time to ask: If a label promises you better nutrition through CRISPR, how do you feel about that?
A health care economist argues against the now-approved merger of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Lahey Health.
A parental view on one more reason there's likely no major wave of CRISPR-enhanced babies on the horizon: the guilt if anything goes wrong.
Immigration officials consider whether a person would be dependent on the government before granting a green card, visa renewal or other change in legal status.
The U.S. surgeon general has advised people to get the opioid-reversal drug. But it's why Isela, pictured, a Boston Medical Center nurse, was denied life insurance.
Despite social media backlash, Harvard professor Eric Rimm explains why he still believes Americans should eat fewer fries, and parents should be careful how they train their children's eating habits.
Here's what you need to know about the national shortage of Shingrix, the new and highly effective shingles vaccine.
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said a culture shift might be needed for both police and public health officials to deal with the nation's opioid epidemic.
It works on inflammation, on glucose metabolism, on weight and blood pressure and more -- and even if you only adopt it partially, researchers say, the Mediterranean diet can improve heart health.
The senator's letter comes in response to a WBUR story about a Boston nurse who was denied coverage because she carries naloxone.
The mortality rate for Massachusetts residents 65 and older is down, but some specific health problems, like asthma and breast cancer, are getting worse.
The struggle to get help for mental illness or substance abuse affects the poorest of Massachusetts residents.
New research suggests that women experience a variety of emotional consequences from tracking their fertility with apps.
The Attorney General's office says it's the first time the state has charged a doctor with manslaughter for an opioid overdose death.
The study finds that the top medical training programs have inconsistent family leave policies for residents.
A new portable, battery-powered diagnostic test could allow public health officials to test for Ebola, malaria and other diseases in less than 30 minutes.
Older runners decline with age more slowly than people think. And they may still be able to set new records in the marathon in the future.