Articles By Ali Venosa
To bathe or not to bathe? Why those producing feminine hygiene products should join the fight to prevent violence against women. Can we stop underage drinking before it begins by looking at social and psychological risk factors?
New Technology Delivers Drugs To Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Intravenously, Reduces Invasiveness
How can doctors safely deliver drugs to the site of a brain injury? Could workplace policies be harming the happiness of parents? Electronic medical records may be convenient, but they could be hurting quality of care. Treating both estrogen and progesterone receptors may be the best way to prevent cancer, finds study. New study suggests laws aimed to drive down opioid use and overdose are "weak and slow," especially among Medicare's disabled beneficiaries. Not everyone gets chosen to donate poop.
New HIV Treatment Uses Antibodies To Fight Infection For Up To 9 Weeks After Ending Antiretroviral Drug Use
Are antibodies the key to driving out HIV? Science hasn't figured out aging yet, but it has some ideas about the things that may increase longevity. People with traits we consciously reject may be those we're subconsciously most attracted to.