Susan L. Solomon discusses the first privately-funded stem cell laboratory in the nation that accelerates cures for the major diseases of our time.
A new report from America’s Health Insurance Plans found that Amerians enrolled in Medicaid had better and more assured access to care than those who were not enrolled.
Executive Director James Wendorf discusses empowering parents, enabling young adults, transforming schools, and advocating for equal rights and opportunities for those with learning disabilities.
With a new gene technology, known as CRISPR-Cas9, Stanford scientists are developing ways to perform “…genomic surgery with a precision, efficiency and affordability once thought unimaginable.”
Thousands of children in Indonesia work in tobacco farms from the young age of 8 and many of them are exposed to tobacco poisoning, according to a 119 page report by Human Rights Watch.
Governor Jerry Brown on Tuesday announced his veto of the proposal that would waive taxes on tampons, among others.
Diane Kaplan, President and CEO of Rasmuson Foundation, discusses the core values and strategies of the organization. This interview was produced in collaboration with Alaska Public Media.
Fentanyl, one of the strongest and most addictive painkillers, has led to a rapidly increasing number of overdoses in Columbus, Ohio.
Republicans are making one last effort to keep their promise to dismantle the Affordable Care Act by making more changes to their health care plan proposal.
A new strand of canine influenza is impacting dogs in Florida and could potentially transmit to their owners as well.
Scientists at Oregon Health & Science University have successfully completed a controversial procedure for the first time in the US.
A record number of cases involving patients with STDs impacted the US last year, the Centers of Disease Control reported.