The ethical difference between two feats of genetic medicine isn't that murky.
For Faye Flam's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Researchers have some dating advice for "maximizers" who can't stop comparison shopping.
High costs plague American health care, but so do low costs: Life-saving generics can become so cheap that companies stop making them.
Which is just a dramatic way of saying that you could live longer if you ate more healthy foods.
A point of infinite density trapping even light? It's pretty far fetched, but its finally been photographed
It's a relief that vegetarian burgers are more and more like the real thing, because the real thing turns out to be nutritious.
The Trump administration has decided that they are no longer endangered. Does that decision endanger the species?
The more we hunker down and focus, the more creative thought flutters out of reach.
Broad testing of blood samples is not what Americans need.
A correlation between ill health and eating eggs doesn't actually tell us much.