If President Trump makes good on his promise to “let Obamacare implode,” premiums would rise by as much as 20 percent and the federal deficit would rise.
Scientists at the University of Southern California and Texas A&M University are exploring how to generate plants that are more drought-resistant as the water supplies decline in major agricultural states.
The outbreak, spreading rapidly since it began in April, has killed about 2,000 Yemenis, the World Health Organization said on Monday.
It seems like such a simple question: Do patients whose tumors shrink more in response to targeted treatment go on to have better outcomes than patients whose tumors shrink less? But the implications of a recent study demonstrating this relationship are anything but simple and could influence both the design of future clinical trials and the goals of oncologists treating cancer.
Many transgender women say they feel increasingly unsafe, and that “passing” is necessary for survival.
Immigration policies focusing on racial profiling and criminalization of Latinos in the United States have direct implications on immigrants and their family members, many of whom are US citizens, according to a study by a University of Kansas researcher.
Breakthroughs in immunotherapy and a rush to develop profitable new treatments have brought a crush of clinical trials scrambling for patients.
Paper examines hyperlinks between mother and father’ earnings, gender roles, psychological well being
New research out of the University of Illinois suggests that some mothers’ and fathers’ psychological well-being may suffer when their work and family identities – and the amount of financial support they provide – conflict with conventional gender roles.
The Trump administration questions the impact of the programs, but teenagers say they learn to say no to sex, or at least to unsafe sex.
How does the skin develop follicles and eventually sprout hair? A USC-led study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), addresses this question using insights gleaned from organoids, 3-D assemblies of cells possessing rudimentary skin structure and function — including the ability to grow hair.
Geneticists have created piglets free of retroviruses, an important step toward creating a new supply of organs for transplant patients.