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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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
Open offices are as bad as they seem—they reduce face-to-face time by 70%
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Open offices are as bad as they seem—they reduce face-to-face time by 70%
July, 13 2018
Pfizer pauses drug prices amid pressure from Trump—but just until Januaryars_ab.settitle(1341191);
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Pfizer pauses drug prices amid pressure from Trump—but just until Januaryars_ab.settitle(1341191);
July, 11 2018
US puts fierce squeeze on breastfeeding policy, shocking health officials
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US puts fierce squeeze on breastfeeding policy, shocking health officials
July, 9 2018
British couple poisoned in new Novichok case; Russia again denies involvementars_ab.settitle(1340069);
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British couple poisoned in new Novichok case; Russia again denies involvementars_ab.settitle(1340069);
July, 5 2018
Pfizer raises prices on 100 drugs—again—despite backlash from public, lawmakers
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Pfizer raises prices on 100 drugs—again—despite backlash from public, lawmakers
July, 3 2018
Brain injury, sound-attack fears spread in China as more Americans evacuated
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Brain injury, sound-attack fears spread in China as more Americans evacuated
July, 2 2018
Doctor with dangerous vaccine views gets probation for gross negligencears_ab.settitle(1338937);
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Doctor with dangerous vaccine views gets probation for gross negligencears_ab.settitle(1338937);
June, 29 2018
Amazon buying online pharmacy with nationwide reach; drug store stocks divears_ab.settitle(1338067);
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Amazon buying online pharmacy with nationwide reach; drug store stocks divears_ab.settitle(1338067);
June, 28 2018
This novel, one-and-done flu drug could be available soon in the US
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This novel, one-and-done flu drug could be available soon in the US
June, 27 2018
Marijuana drug wins FDA approval—a first that may change federal regulations
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Marijuana drug wins FDA approval—a first that may change federal regulations
June, 25 2018
Selfies show worm slithered through woman’s face for 2 weeks
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Selfies show worm slithered through woman’s face for 2 weeks
June, 22 2018
Under “right-to-try” law, therapy may go for $300K—with no proof it will workars_ab.settitle(1335449);
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Under “right-to-try” law, therapy may go for $300K—with no proof it will workars_ab.settitle(1335449);
June, 22 2018
Grim look at Civil War surgery unearthed by new pit of limbs, bodies
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Grim look at Civil War surgery unearthed by new pit of limbs, bodies
June, 21 2018
Scientists use caffeine to control genes—and treat diabetic mice with coffee
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Scientists use caffeine to control genes—and treat diabetic mice with coffee
June, 20 2018
Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes indicted on criminal charges
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Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes indicted on criminal charges
June, 15 2018
NIH shuts down controversial $100M drinking study backed by Big Alcoholars_ab.settitle(1332853);
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NIH shuts down controversial $100M drinking study backed by Big Alcoholars_ab.settitle(1332853);
June, 15 2018
Common drugs have depression as a possible side effect—a third of us take them
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Common drugs have depression as a possible side effect—a third of us take them
June, 15 2018
Fed-up AMA doctors overwhelmingly support gun restrictions in sweeping votesars_ab.settitle(1331459);
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Fed-up AMA doctors overwhelmingly support gun restrictions in sweeping votesars_ab.settitle(1331459);
June, 13 2018
Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting recast as bedtime audio series to help you sleepars_ab.settitle(1331213);
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Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting recast as bedtime audio series to help you sleepars_ab.settitle(1331213);
June, 13 2018
Amid rampant sexual harassment in science, academies aren’t ejecting abusersars_ab.settitle(1330479);
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Amid rampant sexual harassment in science, academies aren’t ejecting abusersars_ab.settitle(1330479);
June, 12 2018
US pulls two more from Cuba amid puzzling health cases now affecting Chinaars_ab.settitle(1324483);
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US pulls two more from Cuba amid puzzling health cases now affecting Chinaars_ab.settitle(1324483);
June, 11 2018
Anheuser-Busch pulls millions from controversial NIH alcohol studyars_ab.settitle(1323729);
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Anheuser-Busch pulls millions from controversial NIH alcohol studyars_ab.settitle(1323729);
June, 9 2018
More Americans in China say they’re victims of mysterious health attacks
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More Americans in China say they’re victims of mysterious health attacks
June, 7 2018
92 million MyHeritage users had their data quietly swiped
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92 million MyHeritage users had their data quietly swiped
June, 5 2018
Sex robots with health benefits are a giant tease, experts warn
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Sex robots with health benefits are a giant tease, experts warn
June, 5 2018
New Ebola outbreak declared in Democratic Republic of Congoars_ab.settitle(1305371);
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New Ebola outbreak declared in Democratic Republic of Congoars_ab.settitle(1305371);
May, 8 2018
Don’t charge your brain implant during thunderstorms, docs warn after incident
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Don’t charge your brain implant during thunderstorms, docs warn after incident
May, 5 2018
Drug made famous by Shkreli’s 5,000% price hike is still $750 a pillars_ab.settitle(1303343);
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Drug made famous by Shkreli’s 5,000% price hike is still $750 a pillars_ab.settitle(1303343);
May, 4 2018
Massive E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce turns deadly
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Massive E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce turns deadly
May, 3 2018
Woman receives $5,751 ER bill—for an ice pack and a bandage
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Woman receives $5,751 ER bill—for an ice pack and a bandage
May, 3 2018
Why you shouldn’t freak out about CDC’s insect-spread disease counts triplingars_ab.settitle(1302319);
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Why you shouldn’t freak out about CDC’s insect-spread disease counts triplingars_ab.settitle(1302319);
May, 2 2018
Invasive, toxic caterpillars that can kill are about to invade parts of London
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Invasive, toxic caterpillars that can kill are about to invade parts of London
April, 30 2018
In first, doctors treat rare genetic disorder with an injection in uteroars_ab.settitle(1300105);
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In first, doctors treat rare genetic disorder with an injection in uteroars_ab.settitle(1300105);
April, 27 2018
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