State regulations are not always adequate when it comes to protecting consumers from potentially dangerous medication. Exempting compounding pharmacies from FDA regulation puts us all at risk.
A newly discovered protein in females could offer protection against chlamydia, herpes, HIV, and maybe even cancer.
This Friday, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear a case on the constitutionality of gene patenting. The outcome could determine whether your health belongs to you, or a corporation.
The new at-home HIV test should not be sold to people who have not under gone counseling.
Recent drug shortages have forced policy makers to float new ideas on how to solve the problem. The prescription, though, is in market prices.
Where does our free will come from, and how is it possible for physical matter to experience itself?
DNA, RNA, and now XNA. What do all these science terms actually mean?
Who does your DNA belong to? The Genetic Alliance is at the forefront of a movement to de-privatize and democratize medical research. Legal issues, however, remain a key stumbling block.