Following the success of mRNA vaccines against the coronavirus, several biotech companies are using the technology to develop vaccines for a different "public health scourge": cancer, Jonathan Wosen writes for STAT.
FDA on Thursday approved the first treatment designed to delay the onset of insulin-dependent Type 1 diabetes. And while the drug could provide millions of at-risk "patients with months to years without the burdens of disease," some experts are highlighting potential challenges with prescribing the drug.
With Covid-19, flu, and respiratory syncytial virus surging across the United States, many hospitals are overwhelmed. And as the "tripledemic" continues to grow, health experts are encouraging people to get vaccinated and practice safety precautions during the upcoming holidays.
A Thanksgiving meal can be a great time for everyone—unless everyone ends up with food poisoning. Writing for U.S. News & World Report, Joan Salge Blake, a clinical nutrition professor at Boston University, outlines five common food safety mistakes you should avoid for your Thanksgiving meal.
Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes on Friday was sentenced to over 11 years in prison for misrepresenting her blood-testing company, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California and Louisiana.
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