An interview with Dr. Wolfgang Schmidt.
Advocates of a new credo at the crossroads of ecology and sexology see our planet as their lover. Can this offbeat movement successfully reinvigorate environmental topics with an infusion of eroticism?
Scientists at Britain's Oxford University have developed a blood test that will predict arthritis more than a decade before it strikes. They hope that early diagnosis will allow for better treatment of the disorder.
Bioelectronic medicine is embryonic. But British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline and US tech firm Alphabet see its potential. With one eye on research and another on your data, they will jointly invest millions.
The list of withdrawn drugs is long and the reasons varied. But why do drugs like thalidomide and sodium valproate, or painkillers like OxyContin, remain on the market, even once we've see the damage done?
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