Twitter | Search | |
NYT Health
Health news from the Science desk of The New York Times
45,486
Tweets
124
Following
1,165,281
Followers
Tweets
NYT Health 11h
For patients with severe heart failure, a procedure to repair a heart valve may be a lifesaver.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 12h
“Psychologically, when frightened or upset, a lot of my patients go into fight, flight or freeze mode.”
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 12h
Government study that aims to improve survival from sepsis should be shut down, critics say
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 12h
A gene-drive breakthrough could eliminate malaria from Africa within two decades.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 13h
Not many research scientists make Page Six. Meet the husband-and-wife dyslexia researchers who have
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 18h
A gene-drive breakthrough could eliminate malaria from Africa within two decades.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 19h
Septic patients in study are treated like "guinea pigs," critics say
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health retweeted
Nick Corasaniti 23h
As Bob Hugin's tenure at Celgene becomes a frequent topic in the NJ senate race, here's a dive into his time at the major pharmaceutical company with
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health retweeted
Katie Thomas Sep 24
A G.O.P. Senate Candidate Highlights His Drug Industry Career. Should He? My story on Bob Hugin with
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 21h
Malaria's days may be numbered, thanks to a gene-engineering technique that renders female mosquitoes infertile and unable to bite
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 21h
Government study that aims to improve survival from sepsis should be shut down, critics say
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 22h
“It’s a huge advance.” A tiny clip used to repair a heart valve sharply reduced deaths in patients with severe heart failure, a grim diagnosis.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 23h
For patients with severe heart failure, a procedure to repair a heart valve may be a lifesaver.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 23h
“Psychologically, when frightened or upset, a lot of my patients go into fight, flight or freeze mode.”
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health 23h
Not many research scientists make Page Six. Meet the husband-and-wife dyslexia researchers who have
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health Sep 23
"I knew rheumatic heart disease was bad, but nothing had prepared me for the sight of so many young people so ill, many in their teens and 20s — some with stunted growth or abdomens bulging with fluid, some nearing the end of their lives."
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health Sep 23
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is facing a new controversy over conflicts of interest. Staff pathologists are objecting to a deal made between the cancer center and an artificial intelligence startup that was founded by three hospital insiders.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health Sep 23
“If you drug-tested everyone, you wouldn’t find many people to work with you," a construction worker who is recovering from an opioid addiction said about the prevalence of drug use in his industry.
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health Sep 23
Is it O.K. for 10 countries to own 90 percent of the world's genetic marine resources?
Reply Retweet Like
NYT Health Sep 23
“It’s a huge advance.” A tiny clip used to repair a heart valve sharply reduced deaths in patients with severe heart failure, a grim diagnosis.
Reply Retweet Like