An unknown number of people have lost their dreams of parenthood because of storage disasters at fertility clinics. These experts note poor government oversight and the need for stronger regulation.
Archive - August 2021
The US is taking a bite out of its food insecurity – here’s one way to scrap the problem altogether
An economist explains what it would cost to give SNAP benefits to all Americans in households earning up to about $100,000 per year – and why it would be worth it.
How religious fervor and anti-regulation zealotry laid the groundwork for America’s $36 billion supplement industry
The FDA has largely lost its ability to regulate the myriad pills, powders and potions that promise to grow muscle, shed body fat and improve your focus.
New technology can create treatment against drug-resistant bacteria in under a week and adapt to antibiotic resistance
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest public health threats in the world. New research, however, may have found a way to keep up with rapidly evolving bacteria.
Lyme disease protection: No vaccine yet, but an antibody shot could soon provide a season of immunity
Researchers are testing an antibody shot to protect people from Lyme disease-causing bacteria.