How AI Is Changing The Drug Development Pipeline
The first drugs designed with AI are now in clinical trials, raising new questions for the pharmaceutical industry.
Stop Flushing Your Health Data Down The Toilet
Smart toilets are powered by AI to give users more insight into their health.
Naked Mole-Rats Are Eternally Fertile
Understanding how naked mole-rats are fertile for their whole lives may help answer questions about human reproduction.
A Medication Abortion Drug Faces Potential Nationwide Restriction
An upcoming ruling in Texas could restrict access to the medication abortion drug mifepristone nationwide.
Low Income Patients Hit Hardest By Cancer Treatment Costs
Low-income patients can struggle to cover cancer’s costs, leading to worse health outcomes.
Ohio Residents Want Answers About Risks Of Train Derailment
At a recent community meeting, East Palestine residents raised concerns were raised about air and water quality.
How Scientists Predict Where Earthquakes Will Strike Next
Plus, asthma ER visits go down when electric vehicles are on the road.
Rethinking The Future Of Dementia Care
The number of people with dementia will triple in the next 30 years, prompting conversations about how healthcare systems can cope.
Here’s What We Know About Long COVID, Three Years Later
A new study assesses the vast trove of research into the causes and best treatments for long COVID patients.
Why Are Children’s Antibiotics So Hard To Find Right Now?
Common antibiotics like penicillin, needed for kids with sickle cell, are becoming scarce, even as the FDA says there isn’t a shortage.