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India needs immediately to translate its science research findings into effective policies to reduce the country’s huge burden of cervical cancer, researchers have urged.
Former Marine, C.J. Scarlet, is a strong woman, but it isn't just her service to her country that made her this way.
A dirty, disheveled man walks into a pharmacy and asks to buy syringes. Moments later, a clean-cut frat boy walks into the same pharmacy and also requests syringes.
A patient with abdominal pain dies from a ruptured appendix after a doctor fails to do a complete physical exam. A biopsy comes back positive for prostate cancer, but no one follows up when the lab result gets misplaced.
Jennifer Durbin is the friend you need when one of life's milestones is headed your way.
Work on the 2014-15 Best Children's Hospitals rankings is well underway. Suggested changes to the operational survey sent to some 200 pediatric facilities have been submitted to RTI International, U.S.
One in three women will be beaten, raped or otherwise abused during her lifetime. To help reverse this sobering statistic and empower women, 10 for Humanity is introducing a hands-free device called the Tiger Eye Security Sensor, TESS.
The push to control cold medicines is growing. It's because more people than ever are illegally using the medicines to cook meth.
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy announced a group of big data research and development projects, many focusing on healthcare.
One of the scariest notions about America's sluggish labor market recovery is that it doesn't represent an aberration, but rather a new reality in which good jobs are few and far between, particularly for those with limited skills.