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By Brandon Specktor With more than a dozen different strains of influenza circulating the world at any given time, flu season is a bit like a...

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By Heidi Ledford A single blood test could one day be used to detect a variety of cancers, results from a preliminary trial suggest. The past few...

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By Hemant Mehta Donald Trump is traveling to Pennsylvania today in hopes of exciting his base enough to vote for Republican Rick Saccone in a special election to replace the disgraced Rep....

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By Sarah Pulliam Bailey The Trump administration announced Thursday a new division responsible for handling complaints from health-care workers who do not want to perform...

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By Daniel Clery Astronomers are staring at a nearby star in hopes of seeing a giant baby of a planet pass across its face, perhaps...

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By Cassandra Willyard Soon after conception, a human embryo begins to assemble a remarkable organ crucial to its survival. The placenta is both a lifeline and...

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By David Robson Lubna Yaseen was a student in Baghdad when death threats forced her into exile. Her crime was to think the unthinkable and...

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By DAN DIAMOND and JENNIFER HABERKORN The Trump administration on Thursday will announce an overhaul of the HHS civil rights office as part of a...

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By Beth Mole In the wake of the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire in 1521, waves of epidemics slammed Mexico. By 1576, the population,...

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By Alex Vandermaas-Peeler, Daniel Cox, Ph.D., Molly Fisch-Friedman, Robert P. Jones, Ph.D. Executive Summary I. Perceptions of Discrimination, Personal Experience with Bias, and Concerns about Safety Experiences with...