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Studies suggest that heart-healthy diets also associate with a healthy brain
Alexa C. Kurzius • July 1, 2013
What you need to know about screening tests, and whether you should get one
Katie Hiler • January 12, 2013
Men Can Stop Rape's MOST Club uses lessons in healthy masculinity to curb sexual violence against women
Katie Hiler • October 22, 2012
Garlic, acupuncture and hydrogen peroxide: The crazy things we do to try to stay healthy
Zach Gottlieb • February 26, 2010
Studies Show Childhood Vaccination Exemptions May Be Overused, Create Larger Public Health Problems
Dave Levitan • October 22, 2009
Study finds limited benefit to women screened compared to those who weren’t.
Robert Goodier • October 5, 2009
History's lessons on the resurgence of a disease.
Alyson Kenward • September 24, 2009
New virus sculptures explore the public perception of scientific images.
Rachael Rettner • September 2, 2009
Using ferrets to predict the virus's virulence.
Frederik Joelving • July 9, 2009
Researchers struggle to produce reliable protection against the malaria parasite.
Erik Ortlip • June 23, 2009
Jean Robert Nonon raises mosquitoes at New York University, sending them across the globe for malaria research.
Frederik Joelving • June 1, 2009
After decades of abandonment, an unlikely experimental malaria vaccine is stirring again, promising to outshine all other candidates in the pharmaceutical pipeline.
Rachael Rettner • May 29, 2009
Scientists have found that weight-loss surgery has a dramatic effect on type 2 diabetes and can even eliminate symptoms. Now, researchers are attempting to find out what is behind this diabetes “cure” and are even looking for alternative ways to mimic the surgery’s results.