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Harald zur Hausen, 87, Nobelist Who Found Cause of Cervical Cancer, Dies
When he proposed that the human papillomavirus caused cervical cancer, he was ridiculed. He persevered, and today a vaccine exists.Read More 10 June 2023 | 6:51 pm
Arizona, Low on Water, Weighs Taking It From the Sea. In Mexico.
A $5 billion plan to desalinate seawater in Mexico and pipe it to Phoenix is testing the notion that desert cities can keep growing as the Earth warm.Read More 10 June 2023 | 3:01 pm
Hospice Is a Profitable Business, but Nonprofits Mostly Do a Better Job
Nearly three-quarters of hospice organizations are now for-profit. Complaints of fraud and profiteering are growing.Read More 10 June 2023 | 3:00 pm
Allina Health Pauses Policy of Cutting Off Care for Patients in Debt
Allina Health, a large health system in the Midwest, had withheld care for patients who had $4,500 in medical bills.Read More 10 June 2023 | 3:29 am
Britain Limits Use of Puberty-Blocking Drugs to Research Only
The change is part of a broader push in several countries to limit gender-related medical treatments for young people.Read More 10 June 2023 | 2:50 am
How to Clear 500,000 Feral Cats From New York’s Streets
After the pandemic boom in pet adoption gave way to pet abandonment, locals in Brooklyn are trying a controversial approach to population control.Read More 10 June 2023 | 1:38 am
Will Wildfires Like Canada’s Become the New Normal?
Canada’s devastating fires and toxic smoke might not recur every year, but the heat from climate change increases the risks of a wide range of disasters.Read More 9 June 2023 | 10:45 pm
NASA’s Apollo 11 Moon Quarantine Was Mostly for Show, Study Says
A review of archives suggests that efforts to protect Earth from contamination by any organism brought back from the lunar surface were mostly for show.Read More 9 June 2023 | 3:00 pm
Canadian Wildfires, Smoke and Heat Herald Climate Extremes
Scientists have long warned that global warming will increase the chance of severe wildfires like those burning across Canada and heat waves like the one smothering Puerto Rico.Read More 9 June 2023 | 6:22 am
FDA Panel Recommends RSV Shot to Protect Infants
Advisers to the agency overwhelmingly agreed that a new treatment would help to prevent a potentially lethal respiratory illness in very young children.Read More 9 June 2023 | 2:14 am
Wild Mammals Roamed When Covid Kept Humans Home
Strict pandemic lockdowns may have allowed animals to range more widely and spend time closer to roads, a new study suggests.Read More 9 June 2023 | 12:14 am
Can Taurine, Found in Energy Drinks, Slow Down Aging?
Taurine helped stave off death in laboratory animals, but researchers cautioned that the supplement is not a magic elixir.Read More 9 June 2023 | 12:00 am
Why the Wildfire Smoke Makes the Sky Turn Wild Colors
It has to do with the way light scatters.Read More 8 June 2023 | 10:25 pm
The Man Who Turned the World on to the Genius of Fungi
A vast fungal web braids together life on Earth. Merlin Sheldrake wants to help us see it.Read More 8 June 2023 | 9:46 pm
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