UN Aims to End Female Genital Mutilation by 20302020-02-12
United Nations agencies warn that the widespread custom of female genital mutilation comes at a big cost, both in human and economic terms. U.N. officials are calling for an end to the practice by 2030.
What Is Lab-Grown Shrimp?2020-02-06
The company Shiok Meats in Singapore aims to bring laboratory-grown shrimp to the food industry.
Conflicting Studies Point to Meat Moderation as Health Diet2020-02-05
A new study on people who eat red meat has found they have higher risks of heart disease and early death. The finding goes against other recent research that suggested removing meat from one’s diet has few health benefits.
Brain Injuries in Iraq Put Attention on Unseen War Wounds2020-02-05
Americans have been hearing more about brain injuries after an Iranian missile attack on United States forces in Iraq.
What Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?2020-01-13
Chronic fatigue syndrome is one of the most troubling mysteries in modern medicine. Many years after first recognizing the disorder, researchers still do not know what causes it.
Edible Cannabis Use May Carry Unexpected Risks2020-01-13
Experts warn there could be unexpected health risks from eating foods containing the drug cannabis. Those risks include accidental overdose, children eating them accidentally and unexpected effects in older adults.
American Cancer Society Reports Largest Ever Drop in US Cancer Deaths2020-01-11
Researchers have reported the largest-ever single-year drop in cancer death rates in the United States.
Fewer Working Mothers in Cambodia Breastfeed2020-01-02
The story of Sim Ark helps explain a problem in Cambodia that has health experts concerned: fewer Cambodian women are breastfeeding their babies.
New Technology Helps Find Pancreatic Cancer2019-12-30
Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer known.The disease is hard to detect and is usually found when it has progressed too far to be cured. But researchers are using new technology that might prevent some people from developing the di
Outdated, Dangerous Childbirth Methods Remain Common in Europe2019-12-27
When Clara Massons was giving birth to her son, a midwife climbed onto her bed and pushed down on her stomach. The woman was a specialist on childbirth. She explained to Massons that she was helping to deliver the baby.
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UN Aims to End Female Genital Mutilation by 2030
What Is Lab-Grown Shrimp?
Conflicting Studies Point to Meat Moderation as Health Diet
Brain Injuries in Iraq Put Attention on Unseen War Wounds
What Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
Edible Cannabis Use May Carry Unexpected Risks
American Cancer Society Reports Largest Ever Drop in US Cancer Deaths
Fewer Working Mothers in Cambodia Breastfeed
New Technology Helps Find Pancreatic Cancer
Outdated, Dangerous Childbirth Methods Remain Common in Europe
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