Shanghai to ease lockdown in some areas despite rise in virus cases

NBC News 12:06 12.04

That promises relief for some of the city’s 25 million residents, many of whom have struggled to find food and medicine as China battles its biggest outbreak in 2 years.

Sri Lanka nearly out of medicine as doctors warn toll from crisis could surpass Covid

The Guardian 03:13 11.04

Emergency surgery may soon be impossible, president told, while protests continue amid worsening economic downturn

‘Appalling’ waits for ambulances in England leaving lives at risk

The Guardian 18:12 10.04

Exclusive: Royal College of Emergency Medicine president says NHS is breaking its agreement to treat sickest in a timely way

Sri Lanka faces medical emergency as economic crisis hits drug supplies

The Guardian 18:12 05.04

Union warns of complete breakdown of health system with hospitals ‘all running out of medicines’

Former Yale Official Admits to $40 Million Fraud Scheme

NyTimes 00:07 02.04

For a decade, a Yale School of Medicine administrator used university funds to buy computer equipment, which she resold to pay for luxury cars, real estate and vacations, the authorities said.

Walgreens expands in-store health clinics as vaccine visits begin to fade

NBC News 09:08 01.04

Drugstore chains’ sales have risen as people come for shots and Covid-19 tests and buy additional items, like makeup and medicine, on their way out.

Ukraine Live Updates: Besieged City of Mariupol Waits for Relief

NyTimes 09:07 01.04

Humanitarian officials are hoping to evacuate some of the people trapped in the strategic port city. Residents have faced relentless shelling and gone weeks without enough food or medicine.

Walgreens expands in-store health clinics as vaccine visits begin to fade

NBC News 03:06 01.04

Drugstore chains have seen higher sales as people come for shots and Covid 19 tests and buy additional items like make up and medicine on their way out.

Opinion | Why So Many Doctors Treat Their Mental Health in Secret

NyTimes 15:07 30.03

The culture of medicine means no crying, no sleeping, no making mistakes. And no getting help.

Matching drugs to DNA is 'new era of medicine'

BBC 21:01 29.03

Testing can predict if drugs will work, fail or become deadly, depending on differences in our make-up.

F.D.A. Rushed a Drug for Preterm Births. Did It Put Speed Over Science?

NyTimes 21:06 25.03

The agency’s accelerated approval program for certain drugs has come under intense scrutiny because some medicines stay on the market despite limited evidence that they work.

Backlash over critical race theory spreads to medicine, targeting doctors who discuss race

NBC News 18:08 20.03

“It feels like when we make one step forward, the racists make five steps forward,” a New York doctor said.

Opinion | What Long Covid Shows Us About the Limits of Medicine

NyTimes 00:07 18.03

Contested illnesses reveal the limits of conventional medicine.

'You look 16': Fans in awe as 71-year-old Jane Seymour shares pilates workout

The Independent 12:06 15.03

Jane Seymour wowed fans after sharing her intense pilates workout session to Instagram.The 71-year-old actress, best known for playing Solitaire in the 1973 Bond film Live And Let Die and for her lead role in Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, shared the brief clip in the gym demonstrating her Gyrotonic mach...

The humanitarian crisis unfolding in Ukraine’s cities

Vox 00:12 13.03

Cities like Mariupol are running out of clean water, food, and medicine.

How Capital Markets Are Fueling Psychedelic Medicine Growth

Rolling Stone 21:01 11.03

The psychedelic medicine industry is growing. 2011 was a seminal year for the space, with advancements in a variety of sectors. The re was a wave of new psychedelic firms going public, with big name…

Hopes raised for once-a-week pills for range of conditions

The Guardian 18:14 11.03

Exclusive: Technology developed for new type of contraceptive pill could be applied to other medicines

How Medical Care for Transgender Youth Became ‘Child Abuse’ in Texas

NyTimes 15:10 11.03

A custody battle in the Dallas suburbs amplified a growing conservative cause and helped fuel a move to treat transgender medicine as abuse.

Timbuktu manuscripts: Mali's ancient documents captured online

BBC 00:01 11.03

The thousands of manuscripts contain centuries of African writing on maths, medicine and more.

Live Updates: Russia Hammers Ukrainian Cities, Striking Maternity Hospital in South

NyTimes 00:10 10.03

Russian shelling blocked efforts to create safe corridors for civilians, leaving them trapped without water, food, heat and medicine. “There are just bodies lying in the streets,” said a Mariupol resident.

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