6 Things You Need To Know About Children And Vitamins So You Can Choose The Best Ones For Your Child
These days, it seems like there are vitamins for everything — from vitamins to boost memory, to those that will improve heart
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The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reasserts its commitment to improving our understanding of TB and how to prevent, diagnose and treat it.
The JAMA writer concluded by quoting an orthopedic physician on medical doctors' "tendency to default to medications" because
"I am surely biased," Meeker states, adding: "Yet I find it hard to understand the notion that spinal manipulation wouldn't
Why does the R&D system matter? There was violent agreement that biomedical innovation is vital to America's health and economic
The Zika virus was first identified in Uganda in 1947 and later in East Asia. Because it seemed to be confined to those regions
Let's hope that the Millions Missing ME movement will finally convince everyone of the seriousness of this overlooked disease and garner the respect and support that will allow its victims to resume their lives
So for the last 30 years, advancements in this disease have been stagnant, frozen in time, leaving patients to suffer alone
Shortage Of Organs For Transplantation -- Is More Research on Human-Animal Chimeras the Right Approach?
It is time to discuss, once again, the lifting of a moratorium on research. We are not talking about the CRISPR genome-editing moratorium, but about the 20 August announcement by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) to lift the moratorium on research involving chimeric human/non-human embryos.
Outrage of the Month: New Evidence Shows Parents of Babies in NIH-Funded Oxygen Experiment Were Misled
The primary objective of the trial was to see whether premature babies were more likely to die or suffer retinal damage, which
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"The NFL’s interactions... fit a longstanding pattern of attempts to influence the scientific understanding of the consequences of repeated head trauma."
But more action is needed. Will any of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee's recommendations be implemented by the Department of Health and Human Services?
Nothing impacts modern life more than science and yet the candidates are rarely asked questions about it and almost never mention it in speeches. This is a neglect of almost insane proportions. Even children know this.