Synthetic opioid fatalities have doubled
New filings show that there was record spending last year
These changes could have serious consequences for health, food and safety
The historic treatment’s costs could top $1 million
The three-year-old policy had “paused” 21 publicly-funded projects
Skin allergies are a fact of life. But common knowledge about allergies isn’t always accurate. See if you’ve fallen for any of these skin allergy myths.
Every year the common virus is lethal to many. What happens inside the body that results in death?
Many of us spend only about six seconds on the job
Noshing while shopping convinces consumers to buy the featured product more often than does simply seeing end-of-aisle displays. Karen Hopkin reports.
Children exposed to the virus in utero are now missing developmental milestones
Doctors that perform the procedure would risk both losing their medical licenses and a felony charge
Med school “Dreamers” will give more care to underserved communities
Facebook is one of several companies exploring ways to detect online behaviors that have been linked to self-harm
When is it still okay to eat moldy food? Are any molds edible? How important is it to follow those "sell by" dates printed on my egg carton?
Biochemist Sylvia Tara talks about her book The Secret Life of Fat: The Science behind the Body's Least-Understood Organ and What It Means for You.
Some restaurant owners have pushed for the change
The medical system knows how to help, but there is no money in it
Three new studies underscore these disparities
French drug company Sanofi announced that the inoculation could sometimes worsen the disease
The latest findings also suggest a new outbreak could occur