January’s roundup of articles features stories on the recent Zika virus outbreak, a clinical trial that went wrong, common stomach acid medications that are being linked to kidney disease, an update on “female Viagra,” and more!
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- “Alarming Spread of Zika Virus: More Than a Million Infected Globally, a Dozen in U.S.—FAQ,” by Ariana Eunjung Cha, The Washington Post, January 21, 2016
- “Five Accused of Stealing Drug Secrets from GlaxoSmithKline,” by Katie Thomas, The New York Times, January 20, 2016
- “Clinical Trial in France Leaves Six Participants in ‘Critical Condition‘,” by Josh L. Davis, IFL Science!, January 15, 2016
- “How a Cancer Genetics Sequencing Company is Harnessing Big Data to Treat Tough Tumors,” by Lydia Ramsey, Business Insider, January 14, 2016
- “Stomach Acid Drugs Linked to Chronic Kidney Disease,” by Catherine Paddock, MNT, January 13, 2016
- “How a Little Boy’s Cancer Diagnosis Inspired a Haunting Video Game,” by Meredith Rizzo, Shots: Health News from NPR, January 13, 2016
- “Few Women Trying ‘Female Viagra‘,” by Charlotte Libov, Newsmax health, January 12, 2016
- “Organs for Human Transplant Are Being Grown Inside Sheep and Pigs,” by Justine Alford, IFL Science!, January 12, 2016
- “Google Cardboard Saves Baby’s Life,” by Elizabeth Cohen, CNN, January 7, 2016
- “U.S. Pharmaceutical Company Receives First-Ever ‘Kosher’ Certification,” by Alina Dain Sharon, The Algemeiner, January 5, 2016