The Economist has broken the taboo on the word we all know but are not supposed to print – and even the Economist had to use two asterisks. Referring to Brexit, on March 19th one and half million copies of the Economist had a picture of a disheveled Britannia screaming “Oh **UK. Whatever next.” Sex is a powerful emotion ... Continue reading »
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug developed specifically for postpartum depression, a debilitating condition that affects hundreds of thousands of women a year in the United States.
An international group of 18 prominent scientists and bioethicists is calling for countries around the world to impose a moratorium on the creation of babies whose genes have been altered in the lab.
The Trump administration’s plan to halt the spread of HIV runs through places like rural Mississippi, where it is difficult to learn about PrEP, let alone find it.
The state and major drug manufacturers remain on track to meet in a jury trial May 28.