Measles Outbreak in NY Orthodox Jewish Areas Hits 200 Cases
Is the ‘Fountain Of Youth’ Pill Real? Sure—If You’re a Mouse
The race for the cure to aging sparks hope, and hype, among top scientists— plus billions of dollars of investment.
For Some Kids, Measles Becomes a Time Bomb With No Cure
The inevitably fatal condition develops in one in 600 infant cases, and appears without warning between four and eight years later, like a bomb that has been tick, tick, ticking.
Nina Garcia's Preventative Double Mastectomy Splits Doctors
Rates for the surgery on the rise. Doctors differ, though, about whether it's always necessary.
RFK Jr. Spouts Anti-Vaxxer Conspiracies in Measles Hot Zone
The activist testified against a bill being proposed in Washington to have any child in kindergarten and day care show proof of measles vaccination.
EVERY EXTRA BIT
Cancer Researchers Say Trump's $500M Pledge Is No Moonshot
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi scoffed at the plan. But pediatric cancer specialists say they welcome any extra money.
FORGET WHAT YOU’VE HEARD
Pot Smokers Have More Sperm, New Study Shows
Don’t reach for the bong just yet though.
Docs Are Pissed Netflix Is Giving Gwyneth’s Goop a Megaphone
‘Goop is adding to the dumbing down of our society and Netflix should think carefully about how much of a voice they want to give them.’