Health Sciences

How cell developmental biology fits into the future of medicine

Ben Stanger, the Hanna Wise Professor in Cancer Research and professor of medicine and cell and developmental biology, discusses his research and publishing his first book, ‘From One Cell: A Journey into Life’s Origins and the Future of Medicine.’

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn Medicine had steady financial results in first half of fiscal 2024

Penn Medicine reported a small increase in profitability in the six months ending Dec. 31, with remarks from Keith Kasper.

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Yahoo! Finance

Most Americans flunk when it comes to retirement literacy, study finds

Rachel M. Werner of the Leonard Davis Institute, Wharton School, and Perelman School of Medicine says that the U.S. lacks any sort of comprehensive approach to funding for long-term care.

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Today

Why do I pee so much at night? What nocturia means about your health

Jennifer Lloyd-Harris of the Perelman School of Medicine says that nocturia, or nighttime urination, is one of the most common things that brings men and women to the urologist.

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FactCheck.org

Posts mislead about COVID-19 vaccine safety with out-of-context clip of FDA official

Jeffrey S. Morris of the Perelman School of Medicine says that many adverse medical events, even those clearly unrelated to vaccines, have been reported an order of magnitude more for COVID vaccines during the pandemic than any time before.

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NPR

After his wife died, he joined nurses to push for new staffing rules in hospitals

Karen Lasater of the School of Nursing and Leonard Davis Institute says that the nursing shortage crisis is rooted in unsafe staffing ratios at hospitals.

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