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Laura Lorenzetti


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Past articles by Laura:

This Is the Future: Workplaces that Make You Healthier

Companies are building offices that aren't just better for the environment but their workers, too. → Read More

White House Gives $55 Million to Build Genetic Database

It's the foundation of President Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative. → Read More

Americans’ Coffee Guzzling Is Pushing Bean Prices Higher

Americans are consuming more coffee than ever, sending global coffee consumption to all-time high and sending prices for the beans soaring. → Read More

How IBM’s Watson Supercomputer Is Going to Help 10,000 Veterans

The goal is to expand precision medicine to more former soldiers. → Read More

Sean Parker Is Funding the First Human Trials of a Revolutionary Cancer Treatment

It's part of his $250 million grant to kickstart new cancer treatments. → Read More

U.S. Will Spend $2.6 Trillion Less on Health Care Than Previously Estimated

US will save about $2.6 trillion on health care over five years compared to initial projections made after Obamacare passage. → Read More

Here’s Why You’ll Likely Pay More for Your Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance

Health care costs are rising faster than overall inflation--and employers are finding creative solutions. → Read More

Nike Is Suing This Runner to Keep Him From Wearing New Balance

The company says its sponsorship deal remains in effect. → Read More

17 More Billionaires Join Buffett and Gates' Giving Pledge This Year

The Giving Pledge, an initiative started by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates, added 17 new members this year. → Read More

Stephen Hawking Calls Donald Trump a 'Demagogue'

Stephen Hawking told "Good Morning Britain" Tuesday that Donald Trump is a "demagogue" and appealed to the lowest common denominator. → Read More

America's Urban Population Boom Is Slowing Down: Census Bureau Data

Urban areas accounted for 20% of the nation's population growth for the most recent year, according to the latest Census Bureau estimates. → Read More

Obesity Is Now Linked to 11 Types of Cancer

A study found that alcohol, processed meat, and obesity increase risk of stomach cancer. Obesity is now linked to 11 types of cancer. → Read More

Fast Food Eating Linked to Higher Amounts of Chemicals in Your Body

You probably have industrial chemicals in your system. → Read More

Sean Parker Launches an Unprecedented Cancer Research Effort

Sean Parker gave $250 million to launch the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, to spur research and connect top cancer centers. → Read More

These Are the 20 Best Workplaces in Health Care This Year

As health care jobs proliferate, you might want to check out one of these top workplaces. → Read More

From Cancer to Consumer Tech: A Look Inside IBM's Watson Health Strategy

IBM Watson Health is finding innovative new business models to leverage cognitive computing to transform the health care industry. → Read More

Here’s How Much Different Types of Doctors Are Paid

Total pay differs greatly depending on doctor specialty. Here are the 2016 averages based on Medscape report. → Read More

New Fruity Oreo Flavor Hits Walmart Shelves in April

Strawberry Shortcake Oreos, layering vanilla cookies with a pale pink strawberry-flavored middle, will hit Walmart shelves on April 4. → Read More

Airbnb Wants to Offer More Than Just Home Rentals

Airbnb wants to expand its offerings beyond home rentals by providing customers with a full-experience vacation. → Read More

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Agree on This Divisive Oreo Issue

Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have spoken out against Mondelez International plan to move its Nabisco Oreo factory abroad. → Read More