The New York Times – The clinics remove fat from patients’ bellies and inject an extract of it into various parts of the body, on the theory that the extract contains stem cells that can provide replacement cells.
The Verge – Geisinger has trained its doctors on how to properly interpret these tests. But that’s not true across the board, and if DNA tests are really going to go mainstream, every health care provider needs to follow suit.
The Washington Post – When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say “I do” at their royal wedding next week, online viewers tuning into the Sky News stream will not have to guess the names of international celebrities and British nobility in attendance.
Miami Herald – The Environmental Protection Agency has extended the public comment period on an application it received from a British company in December seeking to release millions of genetically modified mosquitoes somewhere in the Florida Keys.