Artificial wombs for preemies move closer to human trials
A panel of FDA advisors has met to discuss the development of artificial wombs designed to help extremely premature babies survive.
New “multipronged” gene therapy reverses paralysis in mice
A new gene therapy that guides nerve regeneration across complete spinal cord injuries restored the ability to walk in paralyzed mice.
Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s, Tourette’s
The first universal flu vaccine could be coming soon
Understanding health insurance doesn’t have to be a burden
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Rethinking addiction recovery with fitness
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Uterus transplants: A step closer to overcoming infertility
Ketamine explained: Understanding the special k drug 
Healing PTSD with MDMA therapy 
We may have found a drug to curb meth addiction
New promise for psychedelics and depression 
Cannabis as a natural treatment for autism