Women Need Biosimilars

There are more affordable medicines than what's on the market — but most of us can't access them


We Scanned the DNA of 8,000 People to See How Facial Features Are Controlled by Genes

The findings could aid in developing personalized treatment plans in fields like orthodontics or reconstructive surgery

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Your Brain’s Built-in Biases Insulate Your Beliefs From Contradictory Facts

Our cognitive bias can lead to irrational decisions, with devastating public health consequences

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The Global Threat of Superbugs

Overuse and misuse of antibiotics has created drug-resistant infections

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The Biden Administration Needs to Wage War Against Antimicrobial Resistance Starting on Day One

Policymakers must act now to prevent a post-antibiotic era from becoming our dystopian future


How the Coronavirus Spreads Through the Air: 5 Essential Reads

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given confusing guidance on how COVID-19 spreads through airborne particles; here are the facts.

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L’Oreal Fellow Lisa Poulikakos Uses Engineering to Improve Breast Cancer Diagnostics

By bringing light and nanosurfaces to medicine, Poulikakos aims to make quick, precise breast cancer diagnosis accessible to all.

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The Color of COVID: Will Vaccine Trials Reflect America’s Diversity?

Groups hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic have historically been underrepresented in clinical trials for disease treatment.

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We Need More Black Women in Clinical Trials

First, we need to deal with the history of exploitation

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Aerosols Are a Bigger Coronavirus Threat Than WHO Guidelines Suggest – Here’s What You Need to Know

The WHO suggested that the coronavirus was primarily transmitted by coughing or sneezing large droplets into someone's face, rather than being a longer-term threat that can float in the air.

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