Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have uncovered a more detailed picture of how the intestinal epithelium—the lining of the intestines—heals itself after infection withRead more
Jess King Shares What It Is Really Like To Be A Peloton Instructor
Jess King/Instagram By Hope Campbell/Sept. 13, 2021 1:20 pm EDT When you sign on for a Jess King Peloton ride, be prepared to sweat — andRead more
The key to making it as a health startup: strategize
The past year and a half has been a hotbed for healthcare innovation. Seeing the recent success of many digital health startups, other entrepreneurs areRead more
What Does It Mean When You Wake Up With A Runny Nose?
You wake up after a long night’s sleep hoping to feel all refreshed and looking forward to a good day but the first thing youRead more
Acting Single: Is It the Key To A Successful Marriage?
Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines acting as the art of representing characters on stage before cameras. Well, that’s one way of looking at it. William Shakespeare famouslyRead more
Here’s What It Really Means When You See A Shooting Star
Shooting stars, or “falling stars” have enchanted humankind since the dawn of time. These astrophysical phenomena are not actually stars, but meteoroids consisting of smallRead more
Blue Shield Spent Years Cultivating a Relationship with Newsom. It Got the State Vaccine Contract.
SACRAMENTO — Gavin Newsom was just making a name for himself as mayor of San Francisco in 2005 when Blue Shield of California wrote himRead more
33-Year-Old Sarah Everard’s Disappearance Sparked an iPhone Safety Hack to Go Viral—And All Women Need to Know It
Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old marketing executive, disappeared on March 3 after leaving a friend's house in London to walk home to another part of theRead more
Therapy sneaks into hard layer of pancreatic cancer tumor and destroys it from within
Every 12 minutes, someone in the United States dies of pancreatic cancer, which is often diagnosed late, spreads rapidly and has a five-year survival rateRead more
Why it takes 2 shots to make mRNA vaccines do their antibody-creating best
With the U.S. facing vaccination delays because of worker shortages and distribution problems, federal health officials now say it’s OK to push back the secondRead more