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Bloomberg News reports that "Roche Holding AG (ROG) won U.S. approval for the first test to screen for cervical cancer that will serve as an alternative to a Pap smear." The test, called cobas HPV test, can detect DNA from 14 human papillomavirus types, but "primarily detects two types of HPV responsible for...
The Los Angeles Times reports that nearly 70% of American are in favor of provisions of the Affordable Care Act requiring health insurance providers to include coverage for contraception. According to a research letter published in JAMA, of "2,124 adults surveyed in November 2013, 1,452 agreed that 'health...
A new study in Neuroscience suggests that when a female is in pain she is much less likely to want to have sex, the Los Angeles Times reports. Researchers matched up male/female mating pairs and injected either the male or the female with an inflammatory agent in a number of different bodily sights. They...