A drug for HIV appears to reverse a type of memory loss in mice

A recent study finds an HIV drug can reverse memory loss in aging mice. This type of memory helps humans do things like associate a name with a face and typically starts to decline in middle age.

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Monkeypox cases are increasing, but it isn’t easy to spread

It's hard to get tested. Vaccines are in short supply. The monkeypox outbreak may resemble the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it's...

Some abortions are necessary to save the life of a patient

Even states that are banning abortion typically give exceptions to save the life of the patient. NPR's Melissa...