FDA approves US’s first fecal transplant therapy
The FDA has approved Rebyota, a slurry used during fecal transplant therapy to treat recurrent C. difficile infections.
Magnets pull these tiny medical robots deep into the brain
LA-based startup Bionaut Labs is developing micro-sized medical robots that are guided through the body by magnets.
How flu got milder since 1918 pandemic
The risk of death from influenza has declined over time, but globally, hundreds of thousands of people still die from the disease each year.
Why did measles explode in 2019?
The future of healthcare could look a lot like the 1900s
Macgyver medicine can save lives
Is autism a mysterious medical condition or part of the spectrum of human diversity?
Why drugs are hurting more people than ever – and what to do about it
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An app to help prevent suicide3:33
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A tumor-killing virus could treat eye cancer and save children's sight
deadliest animal - the mosquito
The plan to wipe out mosquitoes using genetic engineering