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By Chris Barry
Coolsculpting, a recently popularized treatment that claims to permanently eliminate fat by freezing it away, may not always live up to its promises.
Implementing electronic health records has been a goal of the U.S. government for years. Using information technology in health care has great potential but the whole process turned out to be very slow.
Speedier approvals and the legalization of "off-label marketing" have drug safety activists worried.
By Ryan Burns
A series of seven suicides within California’s Yurok Tribe in 2015 prompted the tribe to declare a state of emergency. In reporting on the aftermath, reporter Ryan Burns found himself facing some big challenges.
When it comes to stem cells and stem cell research, there has been a virulent controversy for many years. The reason is sensible when you peel back the medical terminology, because some of the stem cell research involves using unborn human embryos.
Most Americans consume at least twice the recommended amount of sugar and few people who have the soda “habit” only drink one soft drink a day as recommended
Obamacare has been a hot topic in politics since day one: it’s been a subject to many debates, mainly in means of whether or not it’s only well-intentioned and good on paper.
By Joy Victory
Do you know the difference between absolute and relative risk? This quick primer shows why the distinction is essential to accurate health stories.
The speed of discovery in medical innovation exceeds that of any time in history, and “organoids” created from stem cells are a powerful example.