A new blood-filtering device is getting promising results against sepsis, a condition that affects almost as many people as cancer
Mitochondria counts may be a crucial tool for measuring the risks of radiation and weightlessness
In very early trials, stem cell treatments for Type 1 diabetes yield encouraging results and raise the possibility of an eventual cure for millions
In a Brooklyn, New York studio, rhythmic movement classes are easing the symptoms of a devastating disease and building an understanding community
A new study says a simple stick of chewing gum relieves post-surgical discomfort and shortens hospital stays
Long-term exposure to car fumes have lasting effects on heart health
Organic catalysts have allowed scientists to create medicines more efficiently.
Two U.S.-based researchers are honored for their work on sensation.
New evidence shows that human olfactory tissue is likely able to regenerate. But more research needs to be done to determine what exactly is damaged in cases of olfactory loss
Hospitals and staff have tried to adapt through multiple COVID-19 waves with changing practices and communication tools
Proper mask wearing helps us stay safe during the pandemic, but masks limit what we can see in other peoples’ faces. Test how well you can interpret masked emotions in the quiz at the bottom of the page
Depending on where you live, abortion care this year may have become either harder or easier to access than ever before
The crisis has exacerbated long-overlooked anxiety, depression and other mental health problems among this population
PrEP is close to 99% effective in preventing HIV. So, why aren’t more people using it?
A grassroots fight against discrimination in the Lone Star State
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