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How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

A patient gets her blood pressure checked in Vermont. New guidelines released by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology lower the threshold for high blood pressure.
How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

A patient gets her blood pressure checked in Vermont. New guidelines released by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology lower the threshold for high blood pressure.
How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

A patient gets her blood pressure checked in New York. New guidelines released by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology lower the threshold for high blood pressure.
Key European Agencies Move to Continent, Signs of Brexit’s Toll

Key European Agencies Move to Continent, Signs of Brexit’s Toll

The headquarters of the European Medicines Agency in London. The agency will move to Amsterdam as a result of Britain’s impending exit from the European Union.
Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

A pharmacist dispensing antiretroviral drugs in Nairobi. According to a new report from the United Nations, 21 million people globally are now getting life-prolonging AIDS drugs, but another 16
Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

A pharmacist dispensing antiretroviral drugs in Nairobi. According to a new report from the United Nations, 21 million people globally are now getting life-prolonging AIDS drugs, but another 16
Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

A pharmacist dispensing antiretroviral drugs in Nairobi. According to a new report from the United Nations, 21 million people globally are now getting life-prolonging AIDS drugs, but another 16
Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

Global Health: Nearly 21 Million Now Receiving AIDS Drugs, U.N. Agency Says

A pharmacist dispensing antiretroviral drugs in Nairobi. According to a new report from the United Nations, 21 million people globally are now getting life-prolonging AIDS drugs, but another 16
Key European Agencies Move to Continent, Signs of Brexit’s Toll

Key European Agencies Move to Continent, Signs of Brexit’s Toll

The headquarters of the European Medicines Agency in London. The agency will move to Amsterdam as a result of Britain’s impending exit from the European Union.
Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

To maintain their exclusive hold on drugs, pharmaceutical companies are increasingly attaching patents on dosage and other aspects that had nothing to do with the original invention.
Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

To maintain their exclusive hold on drugs, pharmaceutical companies are increasingly attaching patents on dosage and other aspects that had nothing to do with the original invention.
Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

To maintain their exclusive hold on drugs, pharmaceutical companies are increasingly attaching patents on dosage and other aspects that had nothing to do with the original invention.
As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

Tra Thi Nhan owns a pharmacy in Bu Gia Map, Vietnam, in a forested area near the Cambodian border. She attributed the district’s persistent malaria problem to “our topography.”
As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

Tra Thi Nhan owns a pharmacy in Bu Gia Map, Vietnam, in a forested area near the Cambodian border. She attributed the district’s persistent malaria problem to “our topography.”
As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

Tra Thi Nhan owns a pharmacy in Bu Gia Map, Vietnam, in a forested area near the Cambodian border. She attributed the district’s persistent malaria problem to “our topography.”
As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

As Malaria Resists Treatment, Experts Warn of Global Crisis

Tra Thi Nhan owns a pharmacy in Bu Gia Map, Vietnam, in a forested area near the Cambodian border. She attributed the district’s persistent malaria problem to “our topography.”
Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

To maintain their exclusive hold on drugs, pharmaceutical companies are increasingly attaching patents on dosage and other aspects that had nothing to do with the original invention.
He Raised Drug Prices at Eli Lilly. Can He Lower Them for the U.S.?

He Raised Drug Prices at Eli Lilly. Can He Lower Them for the U.S.?

Alex M. Azar II in 2006, when he was deputy health and human services secretary under President George W. Bush. He will begin confirmation hearings this week to head the department under President
Gene Therapy Hits a Peculiar Roadblock: A Virus Shortage

Gene Therapy Hits a Peculiar Roadblock: A Virus Shortage

Laboratory technicians working with viral vectors used in gene therapy. Custom-made viruses, required to insert good genes into cells, are in short supply.
Gene Therapy Hits a Peculiar Roadblock: A Virus Shortage

Gene Therapy Hits a Peculiar Roadblock: A Virus Shortage

Laboratory technicians working with viral vectors used in gene therapy. Custom-made viruses, required to insert good genes into cells, are in short supply.