Articles By Yvonne Stolworthy
Can the mRNA vaccines change DNA?
In science, as in life, it's wise never to say never: an MIT lab suspects that the genetic material from the mRNA vaccines can work its way into DNA. The CDC said it would never happen.
A Week’s Worth of Recalls
Two drugs, a dietary supplement, and some devices have been recalled for mislabeled dosages, hidden ingredients, possible injuries and more.
Your Open-Notes, Thyroid Exam
Thyroid cancer cases are rising, for various reasons. A simple neck check can help tell you what is going on.
Pandemic-Caused PTSD: Treating the Next Health Crisis
Besides the long-term effects of Covid-19 on the body, there is growing recognition of the psychological impact that Covid-19 has on the community at large, and growing concern for the enduring effects on the psyche.
The Long Haul for Long Covid Patients
Covid-19 has caused misery around the globe for more than a year now, and some survivors are reporting symptoms that persist long after the initial infection.
Clinical Trial Testing Safety of Abortion Drugs, via the Mail
In December, the Supreme Court said, no more mail deliveries of abortion medications. But that's exactly what is happening in a multisite trial in 17 states.
A New Potential Danger from your iPhone?
The iPhone 12's MagSafe feature may be not safe if you have a pacemaker.
On Sunday, Remember the Roses, and STD Protection
In 1978, students attending the Berkeley campus of the University of California decided Valentine’s Day needed to go, and Condom Day, more precisely, Condom Week, should take its place. In the ensuing years, the month of February became National Condom Month. The point: to promote safer sex via educational events in an effort to raise awareness and prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
A Common Plant Takes on a Rare Cancer
Q BioMed has received Orphan Drug Designation from the FDA to develop a unique liver cancer medication based on the leaf extract from S. nigrum Linn.
Abortion’s Downward Spiral Appears to be Over
Abortion’s downward spiral appears to be over. It’s but a slight uptick, yet an uptick nonetheless, considering that abortion numbers have been on the decline in this country since 2009.
Blood Could Hold Key to Diagnosing Early-Stage AD
Recent research suggests a new lab test can help to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease quickly and easily.
CBD Users, Driving Is Probably Okay: Study
Can smoking CBD affect someone’s driving? This new study had a surprising answer.