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NIH to balance sex in cell and animal studies
Janine A. Clayton and Francis S. Collins unveil policies to ensure that preclinical research funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health considers females and males.
2nd MERS case identified in US
A second case of MERS — the potentially fatal respiratory virus that initially surfaced in the Middle East two years ago — has been detected in the U.S., federal health officials said.
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Do you really understand mental illness?
By Jessica Taylor
As we close Mental Health Awareness Month, it brings up an important question: Do you understand the depths of a mental illness? How about the stigma?
Where are the women?
By Catherine Iste
What steps can we take now to narrow the gap between what women can do and what they are doing?
The trouble festering in primary care
As the role of primary care expands in the evolving healthcare landscape, there has been increasing discussion about expanding the team, and re-tasking members of those teams to allow everyone to "practice up to their license."
Study shows higher risk of death for obese breast cancer patients
A new study of 80,000 women with early breast cancer found that obesity was associated with a 34 percent higher risk of death for pre-menopausal women whose disease is susceptible to higher levels of the hormone estrogen.
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