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How do you track a salmonella outbreak? A data journalist followed the DNA trail to slaughterhouses.
Even CDC experts agreed that this new method using genomics works.
The tangled and messy science of medicating female sex drives
Understanding desire isn’t easy, and studies that have attempted it have been thoroughly criticized.
What to know about the controversial tobacco scientist who wants to ban e-cigarettes
Stanton Glantz's crusade against vaping has some critics—and former allies—questioning his research.
This California clinic claims a 99 percent success rate in treating food allergies. Experts are skeptical.
Founded in a hospital basement, the Southern California Food Allergy Institute now sees hundreds of patients at premium prices.
Medical experts have uncovered more evidence of sterilization practices on women held by ICE
The findings, which included hospital records for 19 patients, were submitted to Congress last week.
A popular autism drug for children isn’t as safe as its label indicates
A decade’s worth of data suggests that the makers of Abilify haven’t been forthcoming about its side effects.
Polygraph tests don’t work as lie detectors and they never have
It’s time to stop pinning our hopes on pseudoscience.
Tim Cook Tells ‘TIME’ A Smartphone Could Be Used To Bring Down The Power Grid
In a wide-ranging interview about Apple's fight with the FBI over encryption
Apple Publicly Denies The FBI A Backdoor Into iPhone Owners’ Devices
San Bernardino order may set 'A Dangerous Precedent' says CEO Tim Cook
How Hard Will Yahoo Be Hit Over Fantasy Sports Gambling?
The oft-troubled tech giant is number three in the competitive world of fantasy sports gaming, but it may have less to lose than its competitors