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A new study from the University of California San Francisco (20,000 participants in 106 countries) found that people with depression have higher body temperatures. The researchers believe these … more
A Janux Therapeutics T cell engager has early clinical data showing improvement in cases of advanced prostate cancer, validating the technology platform that produced the therapy. Janux is now … more
The backlash to the Alabama Supreme Court ruling designating frozen embryos has been intense. Republicans at the state and national level have openly disagreed with the decision. And Democrats have … more
Blackbird Health’s $17 million Series A funding round was led by Define Ventures and included participation from Frist Cressey Ventures and GreyMatter. In total, the startup has raised nearly $23 … more
The grocery store may look different after a type 2 diabetes diagnosis, but nothing’s off limits as long as you pair and portion food in a balanced way. more
Baby development the first year: This guide lets you know what developmental stages to expect and when to expect them, from birth to one year. more
NPR's history podcast Throughline tells us the story of the scientist who helped launch gerontology, the study of aging, and how we started viewing aging as a disease. more
NPR's history podcast Throughline tells us the story of the scientist who helped launch gerontology, the study of aging, and how we started viewing aging as a disease. more
Can You Spoil A Baby? more
How to prevent and treat infant gas and its symptoms: baby burping, flatulence, and crying. more
With type 2 diabetes, it’s vital to know the facts and communicate with your care team, especially when you face care disparities. more
Missouri has one of the strictest abortion bans, with no exceptions for rape or incest. Abortion rights advocates aim to get a ballot initiative legalizing the procedure in front of voters this year. more
The legal status of cannabis remains complex in the United States, with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) playing a central role. For years, the agency has maintained that cannabis is a … more
A measles outbreak in a Florida elementary school flummoxes public health experts, who say the state surgeon general's response contradicts established public health measures to contain the virus. more
The FMT era has been productive, but now it’s time to rally together as an industry to accelerate next-generation LBP drug discovery, development and FDA approval. more
In the venture capital community, there’s a bit of a debate about what matters more to digital health investors in today’s fundraising environment — growth or profitability. Cathy Gao, a … more
Clene (NASDAQ: CLNN) is a late clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on improving mitochondrial health and protecting neuronal function to treat neurodegenerative diseases, including … more
SuperCom Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPCB), a provider of secured solutions for e-Government, IoT and cybersecurity sectors, aims to revolutionize public safety worldwide through proprietary electronic monitoring … more
The company's FHIR-based platform unifies patient's healthcare data to drive personalized care insights. more
A nonpsychoactive variant of cannabis called hemp is emerging as a renewable alternative to traditional building materials. Long before cannabis prohibition effectively banned the cultivation of all … more
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