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As CBD Skyrockets in Popularity, Scientists Scramble to Understand How It's Metabolized
Biology

As CBD Skyrockets in Popularity, Scientists Scramble to Understand How It's Metabolized

Everything from bacon consumption to kidney function can skew cannabidiol dosing

By Amber Dance and Nature magazine
Stem Cells 2 Go
Biology

Stem Cells 2 Go

Japan has turned regenerative medicine into a regulatory free-for-all. Patients across the world could pay the price

By David Cyranoski and Nature magazine
Rethinking Herd Immunity
Public Health

Rethinking Herd Immunity

The global rise of “vaccine hesitancy” is changing the landscape of disease transmission

By Lynne Peeples and Nature magazine

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  • It's Time to Get Serious about Tick-Borne Diseases

  • It's Time for a World without Gender

  • From the Editor

    The Straight Dope on CBD

  • News

    Can Rabbits Help Unravel the Mystery of Female Orgasm?

  • Why U.S. Officials Investigating Mysterious Vaping Deaths Are Focusing on Flavorings

  • Could Immunotherapy Treat Diseases Besides Cancer?

  • A Newly Identified Protein May Be the Key to Vanquishing the Common Cold

  • Discovery of Molecular Switch for How Cells Use Oxygen Wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine

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