Andrew Joseph

Reporter at @statnews, a new publication covering health and medicine. Past: SA Express-News, SF Chronicle. andrew.joseph@statnews.com

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Opioid prescribing fell after clinicians told their patient had died of overdose
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Opioid prescribing fell after clinicians told their patient had died of overdose
August, 9 2018
1 in 7 babies exposed to Zika in womb have health problems, CDC reports
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1 in 7 babies exposed to Zika in womb have health problems, CDC reports
August, 7 2018
FDA approves country's first medicine made from marijuana
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FDA approves country's first medicine made from marijuana
June, 25 2018
Atul Gawande picked as CEO of Amazon, Berkshire health care company
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Atul Gawande picked as CEO of Amazon, Berkshire health care company
June, 20 2018
In monkeys, researchers find possible clue to diagnosing autism
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In monkeys, researchers find possible clue to diagnosing autism
May, 2 2018
Scientists find antibiotic-resistance genes in germs carried by NYC mice
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Scientists find antibiotic-resistance genes in germs carried by NYC mice
April, 17 2018
Surgeon general urges public to carry overdose-reversal medication
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Surgeon general urges public to carry overdose-reversal medication
April, 5 2018
A drug commonly used to treat PTSD symptoms fails in a clinical trial
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A drug commonly used to treat PTSD symptoms fails in a clinical trial
February, 7 2018
High doses of cellphone radiation linked to some cancers in rats
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High doses of cellphone radiation linked to some cancers in rats
February, 2 2018
A major city tries to eliminate hepatitis C — and build a model for others
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A major city tries to eliminate hepatitis C — and build a model for others
November, 14 2017
Genetic testing of embryos is creating an ethical morass
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Genetic testing of embryos is creating an ethical morass
October, 23 2017
Children with cerebral palsy see benefits with robotic exoskeletons
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Children with cerebral palsy see benefits with robotic exoskeletons
August, 23 2017
Trump, reversing course, to declare national emergency over opioids
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Trump, reversing course, to declare national emergency over opioids
August, 10 2017
A novel approach to opioid addiction: access to treatment for all inmates
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A novel approach to opioid addiction: access to treatment for all inmates
August, 3 2017
Trump says it's too pricey to have transgender troops. Here's the truth
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Trump says it's too pricey to have transgender troops. Here's the truth
July, 26 2017
Marijuana cultivation applications approved by DEA: 0
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Marijuana cultivation applications approved by DEA: 0
July, 24 2017
Jerome Adams nominated as new U.S. surgeon general
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Jerome Adams nominated as new U.S. surgeon general
June, 29 2017
After outcry, Trump budget largely preserves 'drug czar' funding
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After outcry, Trump budget largely preserves 'drug czar' funding
May, 23 2017
Texas leans into unproven stem cell treatments, to the dismay of scientists
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Texas leans into unproven stem cell treatments, to the dismay of scientists
May, 16 2017
Tom Price commends police who arrested journalist asking questions
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Tom Price commends police who arrested journalist asking questions
May, 10 2017
Nate Butkus, kid podcaster, takes on seriously adult science
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Nate Butkus, kid podcaster, takes on seriously adult science
April, 17 2017
Match Day 2017: Record number of residents, fewer non-US applicants
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Match Day 2017: Record number of residents, fewer non-US applicants
March, 17 2017
Cryogenic researchers see 'road ahead' to unfreeze organs
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Cryogenic researchers see 'road ahead' to unfreeze organs
March, 1 2017
Artificial blood: the quest for one of science's holy grails
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Artificial blood: the quest for one of science's holy grails
February, 27 2017
Mysterious cluster of amnesia cases alarms health officials
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Mysterious cluster of amnesia cases alarms health officials
January, 26 2017
Kicking stem cells into high gear could naturally repair tooth damage
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Kicking stem cells into high gear could naturally repair tooth damage
January, 9 2017
Zika has driven many Brazilian women to avoid pregnancy
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Zika has driven many Brazilian women to avoid pregnancy
December, 22 2016
More pregnant women are using marijuana
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More pregnant women are using marijuana
December, 19 2016
Repeated anesthesia exposure could hurt young brains, FDA warns
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Repeated anesthesia exposure could hurt young brains, FDA warns
December, 14 2016
Needle exchanges, once met with fierce resistance, are working
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Needle exchanges, once met with fierce resistance, are working
November, 29 2016
As opioids spread, coroners see wave of medical mysteries
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As opioids spread, coroners see wave of medical mysteries
November, 22 2016
Florida Keys voters split on genetically modified mosquito trial
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Florida Keys voters split on genetically modified mosquito trial
November, 8 2016
CRISPR patent case headed for oral arguments soon
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CRISPR patent case headed for oral arguments soon
November, 7 2016
In mouse study, Zika damages cells in testes, impedes fertility
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In mouse study, Zika damages cells in testes, impedes fertility
October, 31 2016
Experiment plans to release bacteria-bearing mosquitoes at large scale
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Experiment plans to release bacteria-bearing mosquitoes at large scale
October, 26 2016
Ebola drug narrowly missed threshold to prove effectiveness
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Ebola drug narrowly missed threshold to prove effectiveness
October, 12 2016
Paralysis could be a way to track the spread of Zika virus in Latin America
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Paralysis could be a way to track the spread of Zika virus in Latin America
August, 31 2016
Graduate students may now form unions at private universities
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Graduate students may now form unions at private universities
August, 23 2016
This city saw 26 opioid overdoses in less than four hours
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This city saw 26 opioid overdoses in less than four hours
August, 22 2016
With Zika, hospitals are scrambling to stay ahead
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With Zika, hospitals are scrambling to stay ahead
August, 17 2016
With training, paraplegics seem to regain some feeling in legs
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With training, paraplegics seem to regain some feeling in legs
August, 11 2016
NIH may restart funding for human-animal chimera research
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NIH may restart funding for human-animal chimera research
August, 4 2016
Zika vaccines now being tested in human subjects, officials say
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Zika vaccines now being tested in human subjects, officials say
August, 3 2016
Drugs approved for other uses may help fight Zika virus
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Drugs approved for other uses may help fight Zika virus
July, 28 2016
Scientists discover new threat to antibiotic of last resort
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Scientists discover new threat to antibiotic of last resort
July, 7 2016
Billboards have been rigged to kill Zika-carrying mosquitoes
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Billboards have been rigged to kill Zika-carrying mosquitoes
April, 20 2016
Does Zika permanently raise a woman’s pregnancy risk?
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Does Zika permanently raise a woman’s pregnancy risk?
April, 19 2016
Elmo and ‘Sesame Street’ get serious about Zika
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Elmo and ‘Sesame Street’ get serious about Zika
March, 24 2016
Zika spread prompts Puerto Rico to import blood supply
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Zika spread prompts Puerto Rico to import blood supply
March, 7 2016
What the pope’s nod to birth control means for public health
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What the pope’s nod to birth control means for public health
February, 18 2016
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