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By Megan Thielking, STAT
A flurry of high-tech baby products has hit the market in recent months, but experts say there hasn’t been thorough research on many of those products and warn that they can sometimes do more harm than good.
By Nadia Sussman, STAT
In a historic Brazilian city, burn patients look as if they’ve emerged from the waves. They are covered in fish skin — specifically strips of sterilized tilapia -- but why?…
Indoor tanning has long been tied to skin cancer, the most common type of cancer in the US.
By Dylan Scott, STAT
A formal draft of the House Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act leaked out on Friday.
By Ike Swetlitz, STAT
As President Trump continues to step up immigration enforcement, medical centers say the changes are indeed keeping immigrants out of hospitals and clinics.
Humans are born with around 15,000 hair cells — think tiny, sound-sensing fibers — in each ear.
By Sheila Kaplan, STAT
Congressional supporters of the tobacco industry have proposed legislation to help e-cigarette companies escape rules adopted under Obama.
By Max Blau, STAT
Organizers of a conference on public health and climate change urged policy experts and policymakers to mobilize in the wake of a new administration they say has denied the impact, and even the existence, of global warming.
By Sharon Begley, STAT
The U.S. patent office ruled on Wednesday that hotly disputed patents on the revolutionary genome-editing technology CRISPR-Cas9 belong to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, dealing a blow to the University of California.
By Hyacinth Empinado, STAT
Jude and her family are refugees from Al-Thawrah, Syria, a town some 100 miles east of Aleppo. Their house was destroyed in a government airstrike in 2013.
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