Beth Marie Mole

Health Reporter for @ArsTechnica with a PhD in microbiology. Interested in all things microbial, biomedical, infectious disease & health policy related.

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Doc charged with involuntary manslaughter in Flint crisis wins top health awardars_ab.settitle(1393529);
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Doc charged with involuntary manslaughter in Flint crisis wins top health awardars_ab.settitle(1393529);
October, 12 2018
E-cig co. put Viagra, Cialis in vape liquids—the FDA is throbbing mad
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E-cig co. put Viagra, Cialis in vape liquids—the FDA is throbbing mad
October, 12 2018
DOJ approves $69B CVS-Aetna merger as healthcare industry restructures
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DOJ approves $69B CVS-Aetna merger as healthcare industry restructures
October, 11 2018
Bogus homeopathy data published in top journal sparks outcry, facepalms
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Bogus homeopathy data published in top journal sparks outcry, facepalms
October, 10 2018
How orgasm faces differ between people from Eastern and Western cultures
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How orgasm faces differ between people from Eastern and Western cultures
October, 9 2018
Murdered woman’s Fitbit data tracked her dramatic death—and maybe her killerars_ab.settitle(1388545);
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Murdered woman’s Fitbit data tracked her dramatic death—and maybe her killerars_ab.settitle(1388545);
October, 5 2018
Meh, it’s just a little radiation—EPA may alter rules on exposurears_ab.settitle(1386787);
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Meh, it’s just a little radiation—EPA may alter rules on exposurears_ab.settitle(1386787);
October, 3 2018
Rat hepatitis jumps to human for first time, spotlighting disease mystery
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Rat hepatitis jumps to human for first time, spotlighting disease mystery
October, 2 2018
Last year’s flu was brutal—killing 80,000—but vaccine did better than expected
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Last year’s flu was brutal—killing 80,000—but vaccine did better than expected
September, 27 2018
Fed up by crazy hospital bills, state makes passive-aggressive T-shirts
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Fed up by crazy hospital bills, state makes passive-aggressive T-shirts
September, 27 2018
After century of removing appendixes, docs find antibiotics can be enough
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After century of removing appendixes, docs find antibiotics can be enough
September, 26 2018
When supplies of drugs run low, drug prices mysteriously rise, data shows
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When supplies of drugs run low, drug prices mysteriously rise, data shows
September, 24 2018
Drugged puppies blamed for spreading diarrhea superbugs in multi-state outbreak
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Drugged puppies blamed for spreading diarrhea superbugs in multi-state outbreak
September, 21 2018
Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
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Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
September, 20 2018
Crowdfunding raises millions for quack cancer remedies, like coffee enemasars_ab.settitle(1379241);
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Crowdfunding raises millions for quack cancer remedies, like coffee enemasars_ab.settitle(1379241);
September, 20 2018
Top cancer expert forgot to mention $3.5M industry ties—he just resigned
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Top cancer expert forgot to mention $3.5M industry ties—he just resigned
September, 14 2018
Sperm donor #2757 sired at least 45 kids—now they’re connecting online
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Sperm donor #2757 sired at least 45 kids—now they’re connecting online
September, 13 2018
Pharma CEO jacks drug price 400%, citing “moral requirement to make money”
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Pharma CEO jacks drug price 400%, citing “moral requirement to make money”
September, 11 2018
Calif. safety tests pass moldy marijuana but fail ~20% of products overallars_ab.settitle(1371697);
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Calif. safety tests pass moldy marijuana but fail ~20% of products overallars_ab.settitle(1371697);
September, 11 2018
Mega-rich family behind opioid crisis has second, secret opioid company
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Mega-rich family behind opioid crisis has second, secret opioid company
September, 10 2018
Probiotics: If you don’t just poop them out, they may muck up your guts
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Probiotics: If you don’t just poop them out, they may muck up your guts
September, 8 2018
Flight from Dubai quarantined in NY amid mystery illness, 521 on boardars_ab.settitle(1368875);
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Flight from Dubai quarantined in NY amid mystery illness, 521 on boardars_ab.settitle(1368875);
September, 5 2018
Lead in US school water “disturbing”—Detroit just shut off all fountainsars_ab.settitle(1367445);
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Lead in US school water “disturbing”—Detroit just shut off all fountainsars_ab.settitle(1367445);
August, 31 2018
Fertility doc inseminated dozens of women with own sperm, DNA sites find
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Fertility doc inseminated dozens of women with own sperm, DNA sites find
August, 31 2018
Homeopathic co. expands recall as FDA warns of “life-threatening” infections
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Homeopathic co. expands recall as FDA warns of “life-threatening” infections
August, 29 2018
China’s refusal to share virus is “scandalous… many could die needlessly”ars_ab.settitle(1365441);
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China’s refusal to share virus is “scandalous… many could die needlessly”ars_ab.settitle(1365441);
August, 28 2018
Massive recall of homeopathic kids’ products spotlights dubious health claimsars_ab.settitle(1363889);
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Massive recall of homeopathic kids’ products spotlights dubious health claimsars_ab.settitle(1363889);
August, 24 2018
Explosive case of poop-packed “megacolon” prompts warning from doctors
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Explosive case of poop-packed “megacolon” prompts warning from doctors
August, 23 2018
Flint water crisis: Michigan health director ordered to manslaughter trial
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Flint water crisis: Michigan health director ordered to manslaughter trial
August, 21 2018
London museum is livestreaming a key 21st-century artifact—festering sewage
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London museum is livestreaming a key 21st-century artifact—festering sewage
August, 18 2018
Years after Mylan’s epic EpiPen price hikes, it finally gets a generic rival
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Years after Mylan’s epic EpiPen price hikes, it finally gets a generic rival
August, 17 2018
After coffee brewhaha, CA fears cancer warnings have “gone seriously wrong”
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After coffee brewhaha, CA fears cancer warnings have “gone seriously wrong”
August, 16 2018
“Natural” birth-control app dogged by unwanted pregnancies gets FDA approval
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“Natural” birth-control app dogged by unwanted pregnancies gets FDA approval
August, 15 2018
PETA roasts Impossible Burger for rat tests, suggests patties cause cancer
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PETA roasts Impossible Burger for rat tests, suggests patties cause cancer
August, 11 2018
The poop of 100K cows may be to blame for that deadly romaine E. coli outbreak
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The poop of 100K cows may be to blame for that deadly romaine E. coli outbreak
August, 8 2018
US invaded by savage tick that sucks animals dry, spawns without mating
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US invaded by savage tick that sucks animals dry, spawns without mating
August, 8 2018
Cow’s milk tainted almond milk, prompting recall amid industry kerfufflears_ab.settitle(1354297);
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Cow’s milk tainted almond milk, prompting recall amid industry kerfufflears_ab.settitle(1354297);
August, 6 2018
Hospital superbugs are evolving to survive hand sanitizers
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Hospital superbugs are evolving to survive hand sanitizers
August, 5 2018
Blockbuster drug Abilify nears Judgment Day over compulsive gambling, sex
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Blockbuster drug Abilify nears Judgment Day over compulsive gambling, sex
August, 3 2018
Doctors cut out a large chunk of a boy’s brain—now he’s doing just fine
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Doctors cut out a large chunk of a boy’s brain—now he’s doing just fine
August, 1 2018
Don’t try to rejuvenate your vagina, FDA warns after scolding companiesars_ab.settitle(1350669);
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Don’t try to rejuvenate your vagina, FDA warns after scolding companiesars_ab.settitle(1350669);
July, 31 2018
Vaccine-refusing community drove outbreak that cost $395K, sickened babies
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Vaccine-refusing community drove outbreak that cost $395K, sickened babies
July, 30 2018
Why do so many moms die and suffer in the US? Stupid negligencears_ab.settitle(1349889);
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Why do so many moms die and suffer in the US? Stupid negligencears_ab.settitle(1349889);
July, 27 2018
Ebola mysteriously hid in a woman for more than a year before spreading
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Ebola mysteriously hid in a woman for more than a year before spreading
July, 27 2018
British man unwittingly gave Russian nerve agent to his girlfriend as a gift
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British man unwittingly gave Russian nerve agent to his girlfriend as a gift
July, 26 2018
Impossible Burgers’ key, bloody ingredient gets long awaited nod from FDA
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Impossible Burgers’ key, bloody ingredient gets long awaited nod from FDA
July, 24 2018
The 5,000% price hike that made Martin Shkreli infamous is no longer paying off
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The 5,000% price hike that made Martin Shkreli infamous is no longer paying off
July, 19 2018
“An almond doesn’t lactate:” FDA to crack down on use of the word “milk”
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“An almond doesn’t lactate:” FDA to crack down on use of the word “milk”
July, 18 2018
Doctors fear urgent care centers are wildly overusing antibiotics—for profitars_ab.settitle(1345077);
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Doctors fear urgent care centers are wildly overusing antibiotics—for profitars_ab.settitle(1345077);
July, 17 2018
How Trump taking a cognitive test may end up skewing everyone else’s resultsars_ab.settitle(1344075);
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How Trump taking a cognitive test may end up skewing everyone else’s resultsars_ab.settitle(1344075);
July, 16 2018
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