The chief resident stepped forward and pressed, hard, above the mother’s pubic bone. With luck, that would dislodge the baby’s shoulder. No luck.
Confessions of a guycologist.
As I listened to my resident counsel the patient, I asked myself if we were leaving out part of the story. Where you work does matter.
The Mission's children may be at risk from an old neurological foe.
(Almost) everyone has them. Does this have anything to do with pollution?
Following a molecule's time of flight.
How the situation in Japan resembles a little-known disaster that happened near Los Angeles in 1959.
At UCSF, Dr. Jennifer Adibi tries to decode whether phthalates -- a group of industrial chemicals frequently used to make plastics more flexible -- change the hormonal development of infants in utero.