Andrew Grant • December 21, 2007
A company proposes using stem cells to treat professional athletes’ injuries.
Eric R. Olson • December 11, 2007
A cellular process tested in mice may hold the answer to fighting cancer in humans.
Victoria Stern • December 7, 2007
A new drug blocks HIV's entry into cells.
Katherine Tweed • December 4, 2007
A natural treatment might work better than over the counter cold remedies.
Lindsey Bewley • September 7, 2007
Gastric Bypass Surgery for teenagers is becoming common, but is it worth the risks?
Jennifer Moser • August 20, 2007
- asks Mary from California
Rachele Cooper • August 13, 2007
- asks Jason from Virginia
I was just diagnosed with Lyme disease, but I heard the blood test can give false-positives—is that true?
Molly Webster • July 30, 2007
- asks Mary from Pittston, Pennsylvania
Jeremy Hsu • May 23, 2007
Some Experts are Betting on it
I have a friend who says he can’t cry — are there medical conditions that stop people from crying?
Peter Sergo • April 16, 2007
- asks Rose Kelly
Rachele Cooper • March 28, 2007
The risks and benefits of prescribing off-label drugs.
I heard about a bandage for soldiers that’s made from shrimp! What’s in shrimp that makes these bandages effective?
Lindsey Bewley • February 26, 2007
- asks Nan Knight from Temple, TX.
Jeremy Hsu • February 23, 2007
- asks Ellie Robinson
Ben Leach • January 11, 2007
A pioneer of genetic screening discusses his early successes and the future of the field.
Meredith Knight • December 14, 2006
Aaron Mitchell uses genetics to ward off a potentially deadly type of yeast.