Asked earlier this month about the most important person in her life, Ginsburg, who was widowed in 2010 and lost a close friend with the 2016 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, responded, “My personal trainer.”
"Republicans have happily complained about the flaws in the law, taken no responsibility for fixing them and, in fact, have often undermined the whole thing. But that time is now over. It is their turn to present a plan and the clock is ticking."
With his calming voice and affable demeanor, we would feel totally comfortable letting Dr. Foltz place a giant vibrating needle into our skull.
Zwift is the closest you can get to riding outside if you get stuck inside.
New findings about schizophrenia rekindle old questions about genes and identity.
On the relevance of race in modern healthcare.
For African-American strivers, hypertension and other health problems may be linked to racism, not race.
"It does not look like it will be the best time for babies."
Scientists hope to use the finding to develop better psychiatric drugs.
And learned some dark shit in the process.
But is the brown tide finally turning?
He's building a lifestyle brand based on pseudoscience and magic underpants.
New research suggests that psilocybin-assisted therapy may lead to "God moments" that can have surprising upside for people struggling with addiction.
Unfortunately, there's enough material to update regularly.
The hilarious John Moe dissects my Trump desolation.
As it readies for battle with President Trump over drug prices, the pharmaceutical industry is deploying economists and health care experts from the nation’s top universities, without always disclosing their corporate ties.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria from livestock pose a deadly risk to people. But the farm lobby won't let scientists track the danger
For decades, science has classified cancers by the organ or system in which they begin. That taxonomy is slowly being replaced — but it’s still the indispensable way to understand the odds.
In an era of rapidly proliferating, precisely targeted treatments, every cancer case has to be played by ear.
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