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Thanks to 3D printing, American society may be about to boldly go where no one has gone before. A Johns Hopkins scientist is seeking to adapt the technology to grow human jaw bones — potentially revolutionizing implant procedures. A Halethorpe...
The Hartford CourantA bill that would require food made with genetically modified organisms to carry labels cleared the state Senate late Tuesday night. The Senate's approval, on a 35-1 vote, gives new energy to a measure that had strong grassroots backing but appeared...
Cancer research We recently heard the revelation that Angelina Jolie had undergone preventive double mastectomy in order to lessen her chance of developing breast cancer. Her DNA carries a genetic defect in the BRCA1 gene that significantly increases her...
NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market is edging higher in midday trading, led by small-company shares. The Russell 2000 index of small company stocks crossed 1,000 points for the first time Monday. It's up 18 percent this year, more than other major...
When the national healthcare law takes full effect next year, millions of Americans risk disrupted health coverage because of common life events: getting married or divorced, having children or taking on a second job. As their family incomes change,...
reporterJamie Penn was found dead in the summer of 2005. He had been shot several times. It has been years since he died, but his family still hopes to bring his killer or killers to justice. "The memory is fresh as it was on yesterday. It doesn't feel like 8-...
Tags: Biotechnology Industry, Shootings, Murder
This is the first of a two-part series updating women of all ages on the use of hormones. It is a pleasure to be back putting pencil to paper with good news for women going through "the change." A Global Consensus Statement, hot off the press in the...
Tags: Fatigue, Menopause, Gynecology, Symptoms, Cleveland Clinic
Remember the last time you got a B in a class? Maybe a B was OK, a hard-earned accomplishment in a difficult, GPA-sinking course. Or perhaps a B just wasn't good enough — a subpar finish that left you mentally shaking a fist at other classmates....
Q: I have several medications that are well beyond their expiration dates. Does that mean that they won't work — or are dangerous? A: The manufacturer's expiration date on most medications is 2-3 years from when the pills were made. This assumes...
Somerset entrepreneur Guy Berkebile has gone from mixing chemicals in his bathroom to owning his own silicone and epoxy production company, Guy Chemical Company, Inc. Berkebile used to create his own household products, and he has now been lauded as the...
Tags: Rentals, Walmart, Small Businesses
NANTERRE, France (AP) — The makers of a diabetes and weight loss drug suspected in the deaths of hundreds of people went on trial Tuesday, facing charges they misled the public about the product's safety. But after years of delays in one of France'...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Trials, Diabetes, Justice System, France
Florida's hospitals, like those across the rest of the nation, have received their spring report cards and more than a third earned an A, according to a nonprofit organization that advocates for safer health-care delivery. In the Sunshine State, 37...
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