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Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the Cradle to Grave Phenomena – My Healthy Life Podcast: Episode 16

“A cradle to grave phenomena.” That’s how our subject matter expert in this episode of My Healthy Life refers to STDs. Not quite dinner table talk, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are indeed something that need to become more normalized in our conversations. Despite the common idea that teens or young people are more susceptible, STDs… Read More »

Genome sequencing reveals disease risk in otherwise healthy babies

Are there benefits to screening the genomes of healthy newborns?Petri Oeschger/Getty By Chelsea Whyte DNA sequencing is getting faster and cheaper, and it has been used to diagnose rare disorders in very sick children. But should it become a standard practice for healthy newborns? That’s the question asked by the BabySeq project, which has just… Read More »