In October 2011, Amber Broman remembers sitting in the doctor’s office bawling, screaming and crying out.
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NEW YORK — Fewer U.S. families are seeing double, according to a government report that finds a drop in new twins.
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration's new birth control rule is raising questions among some doctors and researchers, who say it overlooks k…
Even as the floodwaters from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma begin to recede, significant but less obvious health threats remain. The standing water the storms have left behind will almost certainly cause an explosion of the mosquito population.
WASHINGTON — Altering human heredity? In a first, researchers safely repaired a disease-causing gene in human embryos, targeting a heart defec…
The announcement by researchers in Portland, Oregon that they’ve successfully modified the genetic material of a human embryo took some people by surprise.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A new state law that received overwhelming legislative support in Oklahoma only a few weeks ago already faces a questionable future after lawmakers apparently failed to fund it.