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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Sackler behind OxyContin fraud offered twisted, mind-boggling defensears_ab.settitle(1462727);
February, 22 2019
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Blood of the young won’t spare rich old people from sadness and death, FDA says
February, 19 2019
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High-tech toilet seat monitors your heart as you sit on the canars_ab.settitle(1459063);
February, 19 2019
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Facebook, Google, CDC under pressure to stop anti-vax garbage from spreading
February, 15 2019
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Raw milk drinkers in 19 states at risk of rare, dangerous infectious diseasears_ab.settitle(1455989);
February, 13 2019
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Anti-vaxxers plan to subvert changes to vaccination laws
February, 11 2019
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Hate needles? This ingestible pill painlessly injects drugs into your gut
February, 8 2019
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Vaccinations jump 500% in antivax hotspot amid measles outbreak
February, 7 2019
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Infamous pharma company declares bankruptcy after 3,900% price hike
February, 6 2019
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Goop lands Netflix deal despite track record of egregious, false health claimsars_ab.settitle(1451653);
February, 5 2019
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Here’s what the Sacklers didn’t want you to see in the OxyContin lawsuit
February, 3 2019
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This gory medical case shows why you should never, ever swallow a toothpick
February, 2 2019
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More mysterious brain injuries in Cuba; Canada halves staff after new case
January, 31 2019
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Aetna makes an Apple Watch app—promises not to use activity data against you
January, 30 2019
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Doc prescribed 4-yr-old pot cookies—but that’s NOT the reason he’s in troublears_ab.settitle(1447635);
January, 29 2019
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Electric scooter users aren’t wearing helmets—the head injury rate proves it
January, 26 2019
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Anti-vaccine advocates appointed to Minnesota autism council after measles outbreak
January, 25 2019
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Emergency declared near Portland for measles outbreak in anti-vaccine hotspot
January, 23 2019
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Some of us may produce super-healing poop—and scientists are on it
January, 22 2019
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Damning court docs show just how far Sacklers went to push OxyContin
January, 19 2019
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Anti-vaccine nonsense spurred NY’s largest outbreak in decades
January, 17 2019
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Psychologists defend claim of “destructive aspects” to masculinityars_ab.settitle(1441635);
January, 15 2019
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New hospital price lists are massive spreadsheets full of gibberishars_ab.settitle(1440893);
January, 14 2019
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Healthcare industry spends $30B on marketing—most of it goes to doctorsars_ab.settitle(1439853);
January, 11 2019
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FDA’s routine food inspections halted amid government shutdown
January, 9 2019
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Englanders’ greasy fish and chips blamed for 64-meter-long fatbergars_ab.settitle(1438617);
January, 9 2019
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After puking blood and sparking global freakout, man tests negative for Ebola
January, 4 2019
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Wild monkeys with killer herpes are breeding like crazy in Florida
January, 3 2019
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Big Pharma ushers in new year with price hikes on hundreds of drugs
January, 2 2019
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Freaky superbug poured out of NIH sinks for a decade, infecting patientsars_ab.settitle(1435001);
January, 2 2019
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Doc charged with involuntary manslaughter in Flint crisis wins top health awardars_ab.settitle(1393529);
October, 12 2018
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E-cig co. put Viagra, Cialis in vape liquids—the FDA is throbbing mad
October, 12 2018
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DOJ approves $69B CVS-Aetna merger as healthcare industry restructures
October, 11 2018
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Bogus homeopathy data published in top journal sparks outcry, facepalms
October, 10 2018
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How orgasm faces differ between people from Eastern and Western cultures
October, 9 2018
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Murdered woman’s Fitbit data tracked her dramatic death—and maybe her killerars_ab.settitle(1388545);
October, 5 2018
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Meh, it’s just a little radiation—EPA may alter rules on exposurears_ab.settitle(1386787);
October, 3 2018
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Rat hepatitis jumps to human for first time, spotlighting disease mystery
October, 2 2018
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Last year’s flu was brutal—killing 80,000—but vaccine did better than expected
September, 27 2018
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Fed up by crazy hospital bills, state makes passive-aggressive T-shirts
September, 27 2018
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After century of removing appendixes, docs find antibiotics can be enough
September, 26 2018
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When supplies of drugs run low, drug prices mysteriously rise, data shows
September, 24 2018
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Drugged puppies blamed for spreading diarrhea superbugs in multi-state outbreak
September, 21 2018
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Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
September, 20 2018
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Crowdfunding raises millions for quack cancer remedies, like coffee enemasars_ab.settitle(1379241);
September, 20 2018
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Top cancer expert forgot to mention $3.5M industry ties—he just resigned
September, 14 2018
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Sperm donor #2757 sired at least 45 kids—now they’re connecting online
September, 13 2018
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Pharma CEO jacks drug price 400%, citing “moral requirement to make money”
September, 11 2018
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Calif. safety tests pass moldy marijuana but fail ~20% of products overallars_ab.settitle(1371697);
September, 11 2018
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Mega-rich family behind opioid crisis has second, secret opioid company
September, 10 2018
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