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BrainFacts.org offers videos, articles and a 3-D interactive feature about the mysterious organ — from its anatomy to how it makes us think.
Should go you anyway? It depends.
A well-regarded philosophy professor, Dr. Silvers knew the subject firsthand, having had polio as a child.
The Friday Breeze Want to read the best and most provocative stories from the week? Welcome to the Friday Breeze, where we compile them all — so you’re set with your weekend reading. Your wonderfully entertaining compiler of “The Friday Breeze,” Brianna Labuskes, is off today, so I’m jumping in to keep you abreast of…
GoFundMe said it will remove crowd-funding campaigns that raise money to promote misinformation about vaccines.
Thomas Hager’s “Ten Drugs” examines the history of both the good and bad of medication.
Today on Health in 2 Point 00, Jess and I are standing on a roof answering health tech questions from the Digital Health Commercialization Panel event in San Francisco. In this episode, Jess asks me about all the money that is being raised or spent in the health tech worlds of Europe and the US….
Bladder training, biofeedback and other behavioral therapies may work even better in combination with drugs.
By MARC M. BEUTTLER, MD Every year at this time, you hear warnings that flu season has arrived. New data from the CDC indicates the season is far from over. So, you are urged by health authorities to get a flu shot. What you may not realize is how the flu can affect the hospitals you…