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Beth Stevens thinks she has solved a mystery behind brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia.
A government investigation of Theranos’s lab has documented a host of troubles at the blood-testing startup.
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U.S. and Finnish doctors caught the brain-shrinking virus in action and say tests to screen for such problems are possible.
The world’s deadliest mosquito-borne disease, malaria, is in decline. But illnesses transmitted by a different mosquito, which include Zika and dengue, have increased sharply since the city-dwelling Aedes aegypti reinvaded the Americas.
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Scientists are homing in on the fewest genes needed for an organism to survive.
A flexible tattoo senses glucose levels in sweat and delivers a drug as needed.
Consumers with iPhones can click to contribute their genetic information to medical studies.