Medicine

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Liver delivery

Liver delivery

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | A new experiment makes lab-grown organs more plausible

The coming Obamacare disaster

By Cal Thomas
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Healthcare | For years I have been writing about the failures of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) as a warning for what the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare)

Could technology make most abortions unthinkable?

Could technology make most abortions unthinkable?

By La Shawn Barber
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Abortion | The old medical practice of bleeding sick people was based on the ancient idea that the body contained four substances called “humors.” The doctor…

Customer care

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Doctors are pushing back against skyrocketing drug prices

Cloning for the ego, not the science

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | This week's announcement that U.S. scientists have created stem cells from cloned human embryos is an achievement we shouldn't be proud of, pro-life medical…

Cynthia's choice

By Daniel James Devine
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Abortion | Meet one of the first women ever to undo her medical abortion—and the doctor who made it possible

Doctors hanging up the stethoscope early because of Obamacare

Doctors hanging up the stethoscope early because of Obamacare

By Cal Thomas
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Healthcare | Last week, politicians who helped craft the Affordable Care Act (ACA) celebrated in self-congratulatory style the third anniversary of that monstrosity which…

The polio threat

By Jamie Dean
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Medicine | Health workers are making a push to eradicate the virus worldwide, but Islamic militants threaten to end their work

Conviction and controversy

By Edward E. Plowman
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Health | Man knows not his time: U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop

Birth control pills could become OTC

Birth control pills could become OTC

By Whitney Williams
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Medicine | Birth control pills are one step closer to being as easy to purchase as aspirin—and according to a Tuesday statement from the nation’s largest group of…

Ireland’s abortion ban blamed for woman’s death

By Angela Lu
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Abortion | Pro-abortion advocates are clamoring for Ireland to change its abortion laws after 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar died following a miscarriage. Doctors had…

Barbershop banter on medical marijuana measure in Arkansas

By Mark Russell
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Politics | HOT SPRINGS, Ark.—Arkansas could be the first Southern state to approve medical marijuana. If Issue Five is approved, patients who live more than five miles…

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