Why are we dragging our feet when more automation in health care will save lives?
Thomas Hooven, Columbia University Medical Center As a neonatologist, I worry about patients with pulmonary hypertension. This unforgiving disease, so
Increasing caesarean sections in Africa could save more mothers’ lives
Salome Maswime, University of the Witwatersrand and Gwinyai Masukume, University of the Witwatersrand Caesarean sections have been lifesaving procedur
How to eat chocolate without piling on the pounds this Easter
Trevor Simper, Sheffield Hallam University Easter is once again upon us and for many people it is a time when a little more chocolate than usual is co
Food & Diet
Don’t believe everything you hear about pesticides on fruits and vegetables
Michael P. Holsapple, Michigan State University; Heather E. Dover, Michigan State University, and Keith Ayoob, Yeshiva University Spring is just aroun
Food & Diet
Fishing for DNA: Free-floating eDNA identifies presence and abundance of ocean life
Mark Stoeckle, The Rockefeller University Ocean life is largely hidden from view. Monitoring what lives where is costly – typically requiring big bo