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Genetically modifying mosquitoes to prevent disease may sound like science fiction, but the technology has advanced in recent years to the point where this is possible and they are being used to combat health threats, an epidemiology professor writes in The Conversation.
Tackling big problems can help Facebook retain talent, and there's big money in health care. Plus, the company has long experience with images.
The rapid procedure is said to have fewer complications than invasive surgery.
These are the roles that policies to address climate change are creating.
GuavaPass founders Jeffrey Liu and Rob Pachter decided they could kick Asia's fitness scene into shape.
One Medical offers primary care to patients who are comfortable using technology to do things like book appointments.
One doctor holds most of the responsibility for creating a billion-dollar empire behind the importance of Vitamin D. He has also received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the vitamin D industry, The New York Times reports.
Cardiologists are a hot commodity for tech companies
Medicare is cutting funding for a historic heart-transplant program and experts say private insurers could follow suit, ProPublica reports.
Starting in January, patients who are enrolled in Anthem's Medicare Advantage plans can use their insurance to cover some over-the-counter medications as well as other goods like first aid supplies and pain relievers at Walmart.
Veritas Genetics is interested in the extreme ends of the human experience
In March 2009, when the stock market hit bottom, health insurance stocks hardly seemed like a sure bet. But the group has outpaced the strong returns of this bull market.
As more women put off starting families, helping women assess how much time they have left to conceive is a growing business. Several startups are selling kits that allow women to test their fertility at home with a simple finger prick.
The creator of the Willow got fixated on designing a better quality adult diaper.
Security researchers say they've found flaws in the Medtronic pacemaker that leaves the life-saving device vulnerable to hackers and puts patients at risk.
In an interview with The New York Times published Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he sometimes takes Ambien because it's "often a choice of no sleep or Ambien."